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26
Dec
2016

LG’s floating speaker charges without missing a beat

The PJ9's levitating module houses a 360-degree omnidirectional speaker, while the base station below includes both ...

Levitating Bluetooth speakers have been around for a few years now but remain a relatively niche gadget. LG Electronics aims to be the firm to bring them into the mainstream with its newly-unveiled model, the PJ9, which promises 10 hours of battery life and automatically descends to charge itself, without interrupting audio playback.

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Category: Home Entertainment

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25
Dec
2016

Rock crawlers: The best trucks of 2016

The best and baddest trucks of 2016

Emissions regulations are getting tighter and cities are getting busier, but the appeal of trucks has not waned in the face of these new challenges. This year has seen an incredible range of trucks launched, from highly-strung European sports cars on stilts to old-fashioned American pickups ready to tackle anything. New Atlas has racked up the sky miles covering auto shows and model launches this year, and these are the best trucks and four-wheel drives we've seen in our travels.

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Category: Automotive

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25
Dec
2016

Hollywood and Hacking: The Full Story

That darn sentient computer is causing trouble in Electric Dreams

For the past 30 years, Hollywood has consistently struggled to depict computer hacking in accurate and exciting ways. The history of Hollywood and hacking is littered with lazy writing, absurdly unrealistic computer interfaces and stereotypical "nerd" characters. But in amongst the idiocy we've also seen certain films influencing governmental policy, inspiring entire sub-cultural identities and guiding mainstream attitudes around computer security.

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Category: Computers

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25
Dec
2016

Super-thin electrical wires are made from tiny diamond bits

When tens of thousands of the new diamondoid nanowires created by Stanford University and SLAC are ...

Physicists from Stanford University say they have just invented the world's narrowest electrical wire, just three atoms wide, using diamandoids (the smallest component parts of a diamond) to do so. The creators believe that the new method used to create this nanowire could one day be employed to make minuscule wires for a range of applications, including electricity-generating fabrics, optoelectronic devices, and even superconducting materials that conduct electricity with almost no loss.

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Category: Materials

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