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Gizmag compares the features and specs of the curved LG G Flex 2 (left) and flagship G3

The original LG G Flex was like a curved version of LG's enormous G Pro 2 phablet. But with the new G Flex 2, LG appears to be modeling it more off of its G3 flagship. Confused by all those Gs? Read on, as Gizmag compares the features and specs of curved and flat.  Read More

Gizmag looks at the burgeoning future of Oculus' virtual reality (Photo: Will Shanklin/Giz...

Virtual reality may not be quite ready for mass consumption, but it is looming on the horizon. And after jamming our eyeballs into the equally mesmerizing Oculus Rift DK2 and Samsung Gear VR (and some brief time with the latest Oculus Rift prototype), we have a few thoughts on how this next big thing could play out.  Read More

Land Rover celebrates the final year of the Defender with three special edition packages

With regular production of the current-generation Defender set to come to a close by year-end, Land Rover is declaring 2015 the Year of the Defender. The celebration will include a trio of Defender special editions: the luxurious Autobiography Edition, the reminiscent Heritage Edition and the ruggedized Adventure Edition.  Read More

Teenage Engineering is launching the Pocket Operator line in collaboration with Swedish cl...

Sweden's Teenage Engineering, best known for its versatile but pricey OP-1 synthesizer (which starts at US$849.00), has unveiled a line of three new synths dubbed Pocket Operator. The pocketable instruments will set you back just $59 when they launch this week.  Read More

The Mouse-Box includes a 1.4GHz CPU and 128GB of storage

We've seen plenty of compact PCs in the past, but few as tiny as the Mouse-Box. This new invention from a team of Polish engineers packs a fully-functioning computer into a mouse that you can hold in your hand. All you need to add is a screen and a keyboard and you're ready to start work, get online or launch a presentation. The Mouse-Box is currently at the prototype stage and its makers are looking for funding to bring it to production.  Read More

Moog is restarting limited production of three of its classic large format, modular synthe...

Moog is reviving the analog electronic synthesizers of the 1970s that sparked a musical revolution. The company announces that it's restarting limited production of three of its classic large format, modular synthesizers, which were originally produced in 1973: The System 55, the System 35, and the Model 15.  Read More

The Musicboard from Orange Music Education

As students of music will doubtless agree, music theory can be a bit, well, dry. It's certainly not as memorable or interesting as getting to grips with an actual instrument, but it is rewarding. The education wing of instrument amplification titan Orange Amps has announced what's billed as the first truly interactive music theory teaching tool in the world. The Orange Musicboard has been designed to engage students both visually and aurally, and is set to make music theory class rock.  Read More

The Chop-E is laid back, in more ways than one

For some people – adults included – there's nothing quite as cool-looking as a chopper bicycle. The things aren't all that practical for commuting, however. Well, that's where the Chop-E comes in. It's a semi-recumbent electric scooter, modeled after the chopper bikes that would have made you the hero of the 7-11 parking lot.  Read More

Behind the wheel – or tiller – of the Spira4u prototype model in Detroit (Photo: Loz Blain...

Spira4u recently announced that is had begun pilot production of its three-wheeled urban vehicle. To be available in both an electric- and a gas-powered version, the Spira4u employs a honeycomb composite chassis and a fiberglass and foam body to achieve a unique combination of economy, safety and convenience. Gizmag took time out from the floor of NAIAS in Detroit to take the Spira4u for a spin.  Read More

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