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Vine’s six second slices of life get a big video quality bump

Artists and comedians have been doing some truly amazing things with Vine since it launched as a Twitter product two years ago, but those mesmerizing slices of life that eat up your day in six second increments have never really looked all that great… Engadget RSS Feed

North Korea’s must-have gadget is a $50 lettore multimediale

In North Korea, the gadget you’d probably want is a Notel. Or a Notetel, a word that attempts to shoehorn notebook and television together, describing a pretty unassuming, very popular, Chinese-made media player. According to estimates from Reuters, … Engadget RSS Feed

Grande, now 3D printed rifles can fire 7.62mm NATO rounds

In 2013, Defense Distributed created the world’s first 3D printed handgun, the .38-caliber Liberator. The following year, they unveiled an AR-15 receiver capable of firing hundreds of 5.56mm rounds without fail. Quest'anno, the team has been outdone b… Engadget RSS Feed

Create apps for your quadcopter with 3D Roboticsfree ‘DroneKit’ software

3D Robotics develops the open source software that powers a lot of home brew UAVs. Today it’s introducing a new tool to the public: DroneKit, software that allows anyone to create apps for, bene, drones! DroneKit works with any craft that uses 3DR’s … Engadget RSS Feed

R/C trains haul ore in extreme heat so humans don’t have to

It gets hot in the Australian outback; come, really hot. We’re talking “130 degrees fahrenheit in the shadesort of hotdefinitely not the sort of place that many people would want to even visit, much less work in on a daily basis. But this inhos… Engadget RSS Feed

R/C trains haul ore in extreme heat so humans don’t have to

It gets hot in the Australian outback; come, really hot. We’re talking “130 degrees fahrenheit in the shadesort of hotdefinitely not the sort of place that many people would want to even visit, much less work in on a daily basis. But this inhos… Engadget RSS Feed

Tennessee sues the FCC to stop city-run internet

By re-classifying broadband internet as a utility, the FCC has effectively declared that it’s a right, nay a necessity, for every American. That’s why it also dismantled laws in states like Tennessee that restrict municipalities from supplying broadb… Engadget RSS Feed


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