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The Many Benefits of Riding a Bicycle

It may be hard to believe but the modern bicycle is about to become 200-year-old technology. Far from archaic, bike riding remains as popular, if not more so, than ever before. Cycling can be functional, fun, or both. Better yet it can help in a number of other ways: Physical wellbeing The health benefits of weekly bicycle riding have been ...

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I’ll Have a Bluetooth Christmas

Three Clever Bluetooth Gadgets That Make Great Stocking Stuffers   “I’ll have a blue Christmas…,” Elvis Presley sang back in 1968. No wonder he was depressed: there was no Internet, no smart phones, and you had to get off the couch to change TV channels. In 2015 though, you can turn someone’s “blue Christmas” into a merry “Bluetooth Christmas,” with ...

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5 Pieces of Everyday Car Technologies You Needed Yesterday

The best thing since slice bread is much better than slice bread. It is a car that is integrated with your smartphone, has blind spot monitoring and can be accessed remotely. The future is now, it’s amazing and it’s real. Some pretty extraordinary pieces of everyday car technologies are at your local car dealerships and have been hitting the streets ...

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No Empty Gestures: Touchless Interface to Demo at CES

The Norwegian firm Elliptic Labs’ booth at CES next week will feature several implementations of a touchless, gesture-based interface for tablets and mobile devices, according to the company. Unlike the Kinect, Elliptic’s interface, called Ultrasonic Touchless Input, graphs hand movements using echolocation. Bathing the user in a silent ultrasonic torrent, it measures the return time of rebounding sonic impulses to ...

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Stay Classy: Camo Dinner Jacket

I don’t know why people feel the need to stand-out like a sore thumb, and not even in a good way, but an obnoxious, “you look ridiculous” sort of way. Why not wear something classy like the Hello Kitty tuxedo or something neon? The�Camouflage Dinner Jacket allows you the�opportunity�to never have to drop your redneck bravado, even at a fancy ...

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“I’m A Mac” Macbook Decal

Me? No, no, sir, HE’S the PC. Not me. You need proof? Just look at this decal. What’s that officer? I get a free pass? Because, yeah, he totally came out of nowhere. There’s not even reflectors on his bike and he’s wearing all black sooo… Well, yeah I know his clothes LOOK red now. But us Mac fans gotta ...

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Project Nomad: An ATV with Legs

How old school do you like it? Project Nomad takes you WAAAAYYYY back. Back to the days when going out to get a steak was more complicated than just stepping out to your nearest grocery store. Jason Battersby’s Project Nomad is a vehicle concept with a twist. Instead of the standard wheel-based movement system, Nomad is operated with a set ...

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Afternoon Linkage for June 3rd, 2009

Here is a video of Little Richard going absolutely fucking wild. Enjoy. A solid-wood flashlight Gorgeous cassette tape wallets The most kick ass video game console available right now Might as well play it safe For all of you enrolled in Espionage 101 Bike Inner-Tube Vending Machine Any hacker worthy of the title should smile at ‘loopholes galore’ Have great ...

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Aaron Ross Signature QWERTY Bicycle Grips

Anyone who knows me well enough will remember my obsession with BMX and the 1980s. These QWERTY grips for your bike? They remind me of something a dorkier Bob Haro would have used back on his first Freestyler. Not only do they match well with the white or black coloring that’s available, but at $8 a pair, they’re also some ...

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POV iPhone App Allows For Endless Fun

We’ve covered our fair share of persistence of vision gizmos here on Gearfuse. You know, you wave something around in the air and the message is written in the air. You can easily get a kit and build your own POV toy but why bother? You most likely have an iPhone so just download the Light Writer app from the ...

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