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Music video: Paolo Nutini 'Iron Sky'

By Ben on Thu Aug 7 2014 |
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Paolo Nutini's Iron Sky. It opens with a hard-to-watch 2-minute silent intro—and then the beautiful music hits contrasting with the lives of pariahs, the mentally insane, the junkies... It knocked me out
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Pikachu Cafe In Japan

By Ben on Thu Aug 7 2014 |
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Pikachu Cafe In Japan
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Photo: Horse Lady

By Ben on Thu Aug 7 2014 |
Horse Lady
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Horse Lady
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ICON Unveils First Production A5 Aircraft

By Ben on Thu Aug 7 2014 |
ICON Unveils First Production A5 Aircraft
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Light Sport Aircraft (LSA) manufacturer ICON Aircraft debuted its first production A5 amphibious, folding-wing plane  for the general public. Weighing in at 1510 lb (686.4 kg), the two-seater amphibian is equipped with both a carbon composite waterproof hull and optional retractable landing gear. Its 100 bhp Rotax 912 iS petrol engine gives the aircraft a top speed of 105 kts (120 mph, 194 km/h) and a range of 300 nautical miles (345 mi, 555.6 km).  “The A5 is no longer a prototype or concept aircraft; it’s a sophisticated, production-ready, consumer-focused aircraft. The entire ICON team is pouring its heart and soul into bringing the A5 to our customers, and it shows in the truly exceptional execution of the product. I couldn’t be prouder.” ICON Aircraft Founder and CEO Kirk Hawkins said. The estimated price of the ICON A5 is US$189,000. Timeframe for the official launch of the production A5 to consumers is set for May 2015.
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By Ben on Thu Aug 7 2014 |
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Secret History

By Ben on Thu Aug 7 2014 |
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Secret History
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Lion King Broadway Cast Sings 'Circle Of Life' On NYC Subway

By Ben on Thu Aug 7 2014 |
Gear | Video
The Broadway Cast of The Lion King took a break between shows on June 28th and took over a NEW YORK CITY subway car to give riders a little surprise.
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Tarantino's Disney Posters

By Ben on Thu Aug 7 2014 |
Tarantino s Disney Posters

Tarantino s Disney Posters
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Written by Alex J. Mann and re-designed by Jennifer Sanders, this is a funny collection of re-imagined Disney movie posters—that is, if they were directed by Quentin Tarantino. More images after more. Haha, Cool
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Neptune Pine Android Smartwatch

By Ben on Thu Aug 7 2014 |
Neptune Pine Android Smartwatch
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Neptune Pine is a success  Kickstarter campaign, an Android Smartwatch. This week the company has started shipping their smartwatch to backers and the Pine is now available to preorder from $349. The Pine Android smartwatch is Powered by a Snapdragon S4 processor supported by 512 MB of RAM and is equipped with a 2.4 inch full-colour capacitive touch screen with full QWERTY keyboard. Other features inlclude 16 or 32 GB of internal storage together with both front facing and rear facing camera with LED flash.
The Neptune Pine is the world’s first independent smartwatch. The Pine allows users to make and receive phone calls and text messages, shoot video and take pictures, check email, browse the web, play music or games, and more – all without the presence of a smartphone.
The Pine is also an extremely powerful fitness tracker, with built-in GPS, pedometer, and a compass. When used with an app, it can track steps, pace, time, laps, and calories burned. Additionally, the Pine handset can be attached to mounts or other accessories where it becomes a wearable, point-of-view (POV) video camera, shooting in 720p HD video with its rear-facing 5-megapixel camera
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This week news: Korean Factory Workers Don Exoskeletons for Superhuman Strength

By Ben on Thu Aug 7 2014 |
This week news Korean Factory Workers Don Exoskeletons for Superhuman
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"At Daewoo’s South Korean shipyard, lifting and moving massive slabs of metal as if they’re made of foam could soon be a basic job requirement for workers. Of course, they’ll have some help: robotic exoskeletons, which made their debut last year at the company’s manufacturing facility, are on the rise.
 After successfully testing the exoskeletons last year, the shipbuilding giant hopes to soon outfit some of their employees with the technology, giving them the superhuman strength to take production to new heights, New Scientist reports. The prototypes tested allowed workers to pick up 65-pound objects and manipulate them with ease, but Daewoo plans to increase the exoskeletons’ carrying capacity to roughly 220 pounds with design improvements
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