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The New Atlanta Stadium will have a roof that opens and closes in a similar way to a camer...

Work recently started on the construction of the new Atlanta Falcons stadium. The stadium, to be shared with a new Major League Soccer team, will contain a number of high-tech and sustainability features. It will also boast a "one-of-a-kind" eight-piece interlocking retractable roof.  Read More

Gizmag compares the features and specs of the Samsung Gear S (left) and LG G Watch R smart...

Smartwatches have yet to really take off, but this holiday season is going to mark the biggest push we've seen from OEMs. Ahead of IFA 2014, Samsung and LG have already spilled the beans on their upcoming flagship watches. Read on, as Gizmag compares the features and specs of the Samsung Gear S and LG G Watch R smartwatches.  Read More

Sunstar is debuting the Virtus system at Eurobike 2014

Electric bikes are an intriguing transportation alternative, but four- and five-figure price tags are just too much for many people to spend on a limited-utility, low-range electric vehicle. That price looks even steeper for those that already have a perfectly functional pedal bicycle sitting at home. Japanese-Swiss company Sunstar hopes to make e-bikes a little cheaper and more versatile with its modular Virtus electric drive that transforms a regular bike into an e-bike, then detaches in minutes, effectively giving you two bikes in one.  Read More

Seagate has begun shipping the world's largest capacity HDD (Photo: Shutterstock)

For many, solid-state drives are the way to go because of the speed advantages they offer over traditional platter-based hard drives. However, HDDs still hold the advantage when it comes to cost per GB. It's with that in mind that Seagate has started shipping the world's first 3.5-in HDD with a whopping capacity of 8 TB.  Read More

The Doumen Observation Tower, by RMJM (Image: RMJM)

There's something fishy going on in Zhuhai, Guangdong Province, China. Following an architectural competition, RMJM's Shenzhen office has been given the nod to build a striking observation tower that's meant to resemble a fish out of water and is clad in 1,400 aluminum scales.  Read More

The Verve 2, along with some of its sensors and other peripherals

For tinkerers and people who love programming complicated projects, devices like the Raspberry Pi and Arduino are amazing, but for those without technical knowledge, they can be a terrifying proposition. A new device called Verve 2 aims to bring the functionality of these devices to the masses without the need for programming skills.  Read More

The MC2, ready to cruise

Well, another day, and another oddball transforming bicycle from Eurobike 2014. Yesterday, we took a look at the telescoping lever-drive Hank from Korea’s Bygen. Today, it’s the MC2 from Singapore-based IDSG Engineering and Trading. Designed by IDSG’s Jing Che and Quoc Bao Dang, its hinged frame allows it to be set into eight different configurations.  Read More

Renault has unveiled the Renault Sport RS 01

After a couple of teasers, Renault has finally unveiled its Renault Sport RS 01. The GT Racer packs 500 hp under the bonnet and tops out at 300 km/h (186 mph). It will compete in its own single-model championship called the Renault Sport Trophy as part of the World Series by Renault.  Read More

Samsung announced yet another smartwatch today, the first one that carries standalone 3G c...

Samsung just keeps hammering away at this smartwatch thing. Ahead of IFA 2014, the company today announced its sixth wrist-worn device in the last year. This time it's called the Gear S, and it's the first from Samsung to include 3G connectivity.  Read More

The Brabus Business Lounge gives the Mercedes Sprinter a thorough cabin makeover

One of the more interesting vehicles to come out of Moscow International Auto Salon's press day, the Brabus Business Lounge transforms the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter into a spacious, luxurious conference room on four wheels. It's the latest way for wealthy businessmen to work and relax while being chauffeured from point to point.  Read More

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