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Cabe Atwell

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Smart Glasses Rival Google
Cabe Atwell, Contributing Editor, Design Hardware & Software
4/23/2014  1
Lumus and eyeSight are giving Google a run for its money. The technology powerhouses recently revealed consumer-grade devices that offer all the prime functions of smart glasses ...

Elizabeth Montalbano

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10 Technologies That Make Us Super-Human
Elizabeth Montalbano, Contributing Writer
4/22/2014  9
Innovations in medicine and technology are rapidly approaching capabilities humans could only imagine. Things from artificial organs to prosthetics are becoming as good as the parts ...

Miroslav Djuric, ifixit.com

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Samsung Gear Fit Teardown
Miroslav Djuric, ifixit.com
4/21/2014  10
The folks at iFixit are completing the Samsung teardown trifecta with the Gear Fit, Samsung's latest offering that attempts to either sportify a smart watch, or smartify a sport ...

Eric Chesak

Gadget Freak
Gadget Freak Case #253: Peltier Thermopile Cloud Sensor
Eric Chesak
4/18/2014  9
Peltier, or Thermoelectric, coolers are a fairly modern device, but the concept of generating electricity with dissimilar metals goes back to Seebeck and Peltier's work in the ...

Elizabeth Montalbano

Blog
10 Ways Robots Are Better Than Us
Elizabeth Montalbano, Contributing Writer
4/16/2014  26
There's been a lot of talk lately about robots replacing humans in a variety of jobs, along with worries that robots will soon take over the world and even become more powerful than ...

Miroslav Djuric, ifixit.com

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Teardown: Dismantling the Samsung Galaxy S5
Miroslav Djuric, ifixit.com
4/15/2014  14
Every so often, the Earth-bound teardown team at iFixit gazes skyward. Today, they look to take the Samsung Galaxy S5 to pieces. Will this device be immortalized among the stars of ...

Miroslav Djuric, ifixit.com

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Samsung Gear 2 Smartwatch Teardown
Miroslav Djuric, ifixit.com
4/11/2014  2
Ring ring! Ring ring!

Cabe Atwell

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Yarn-Weaving Printer Creates Custom Clothes
Cabe Atwell, Contributing Editor, Design Hardware & Software
4/11/2014  3
With 3D printing taking much of the DIY spotlight recently, many hackers and enthusiasts have been trying to put their own spin on the additive manufacturing process.

Lauren Muskett

Gadget Freak
Gadget Freak Review: First Truly Consumer 3D Printer & Hacked 3D Printer Creates Real Tattoos
Lauren Muskett, Assistant Managing Editor
4/10/2014  4
This Gadget Freak review first looks at an affordable, plug-and-play printer that auto-levels and auto-calibrates. It is easy to use for beginners and also has expert settings for ...

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Five Equals Four with a Diode OR: Something Didn't Add Up Here!
8/15/2006
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The Making of a Gadget Via Committee

Gadget Freak of the Year
4/11/2006
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A peek behind the scenes to show you how a gadget freak is created

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Gadget Freak Case #253: Peltier ...
Eric Chesak created a sensor that can detect clouds, and it ...
Gadget Freak Case #252: Animated ...
Al Linke's animated weather display uses a Rasberry Pi to ...
Gadget Freak Case #251: Billiards Ball ...
William Grill needed a counter to play a game of call shot, ...
Gadget Freak Case #250: DIY Flexible ...
Marin Davide created a flexible thermochromic display that ...
Gadget Freak Case #249: The Heatilator ...
When Dick Neubert discovered that his fireplace's ...
Gadget Freak Case #248: Digital Walking ...
Marin Davide has developed a digital stick for the blind ...
Gadget Freak Case #247: Back to the ...
Our teenage gadget master John Duffy has created a manual ...
Gadget Freak Case #246: Random Noise ...
This inexpensive device offers repeatable noise to mask the ...
Gadget Freak Case #245: The ...
Bernard Smith created a timer that offers a delayed start, ...
Gadget Freak Case #244: Analog Camera ...
Marin Davide designed, built, and assembled an analog ...
Gadget Freak Case #243: MR Shock ...
A trio of Colorado State engineering students created a ...
Gadget Freak Case #242: A Gadgetís Call ...
Andrew Morris designed a circuit that could detect a stroke ...
Gadget Freak Case #241: Gloved Hand ...
Colorado State University students have created a gadget ...
Gadget Freak Case #240: MEMS Mics Up ...
Jerald Cogswell created a sonic telescope to grab sound and ...
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Bernard R. Smith Jr. created a bridge rectifier that ...
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Thomas W. Manning created an automatic switch that uses a ...
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Gadget Freak Case #237: Dishwasher ...
Jitendra Tailor's gadget uses a proximity sensor and a ...
Gadget Freak Case #236: Remotely ...
Richard A. Bipes adapted a portable remote so he could ...
Gadget Freak Case #235: Ignition ...
Edward Nauman designed an ignition control unit for the ...
Gadget Freak Case #234: We Love This ...
Jeremy Willden created small mailboxes for his daughters' ...
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Gadget Freak Case #253: Peltier Thermopile ...
Eric Chesak created a sensor that can detect clouds, and it can also measure different sources ...
Gadget Freak Review: First Truly Consumer 3D ...
This Gadget Freak Review looks at an affordable plug-and-play printer, a 3D printer that was ...
Design News Presents: The Best of Gadget ...
What youíll find in this Technology Roundup is the best of the best Gadget Freak projects, as ...
Gadget Freak Review: Wearable Device Reduces ...
We look at a wearable device that uses an adhesive electrode and headband to help reduce ...
Gadget Freak Case #252: Animated Weather LED ...
Al Linke's animated weather display uses a Rasberry Pi to periodically pull weather conditions ...
Soldering Required to Replace Instrument ...
Made By Monkeys highlights products that somehow slipped by the QC cops.
Tricky Spark Plugs Take Hours to Replace
Made By Monkeys highlights products that somehow slipped by the QC cops.
A Useable User Manual Is the Key to This Car
Made By Monkeys highlights products that somehow slipped by the QC cops.
Hot Plate Assembly Is Plain Screwy
Made By Monkeys highlights products that somehow slipped by the QC cops.
Check Memo for Intermittent Electronic Problems
Made By Monkeys highlights products that somehow slipped by the QC cops.
When All Else Fails, Read the Instructions
Sherlock Ohms highlights stories told by engineers who have used their deductive reasoning and ...
The Customer Is Not Always Right
Sherlock Ohms highlights stories told by engineers who have used their deductive reasoning and ...
Chasing Down an Errant Engine Light
The problem with the engine light was not the usual sort. Only Sherlock Ohms could chase down ...
Hum Bars Hampered the TV Screens
Sherlock Ohms highlights stories told by engineers who have used their deductive reasoning and ...
Simple Programming Fixes
Sherlock Ohms highlights stories told by engineers who have used their deductive reasoning and ...
'Control, Control, You Must Learn Control'
Practicing engineers have not heeded Yoda's words.
Want a Better Coffee Maker? Try the IoT
Connected sensor-enabled applications will improve the consumer experience -- and generate new ...
Continued Collaboration Is Needed to Combat ...
As an industry, we now need to up our game and provide contractors with easier ways to properly ...
Your Customers May Be Clueless, but You ...
Itís your job to find the right people, ask the right questions, to dig deeper, and properly ...
Lightweighting: The Future of Aluminum
The shift to aluminum is gaining momentum and the demand from automakers for aluminum is ...
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