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Roskva electric motorcycle revealed in Norway with carbon fiber chassis and clothes

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The choices in the electric motorcycle market just keep getting juicier, and while you'll still have to stick with the more established brands like Brammo, Zero or BRD if you're looking to make a purchase, a hot new prototype has just been unveiled that threatens to make them all...
Roskva electric motorcycle revealed in Norway with carbon fiber chassis and clothes
Tesla releases revised Model S range stats: up to 350 miles at 55 mph

DJI multi-rotor aircraft with Ruling live video feed controller hands-on (video)

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Well that's a mouthful. Shenzhen-based DJI Innovations was on hand at NAB today to demonstrate its new hex-rotor aircraft, designed to provide photographers (and videographers) with a low-cost tool for capturing aerial images. The vehicle we saw today, coined Spreading Wings S800 (its rotors retract for storage) is a...
DJI multi-rotor aircraft with Ruling live video feed controller hands-on (video)

Cadillac ELR unveiled: A Volt for the luxury set

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It's taken a good, long while for the Cadillac Converj concept to break cover as a production machine, but at the 2013 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the car has finally shrugged off its camouflage. You can think of this as the Chevy Volt's more better-mannered big-brother...
Cadillac ELR unveiled: A Volt for the luxury set

Western Digital My Net AC1300 review: A fast 802.11ac router from a surprising source

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Western Digital entered the networking market in 2012 with an 802.11n router. The company has now delivered not only its first 802.11ac Draft 2.0 router--the My Net AC1300--but also its first 802.11ac bridge, the My Net AC Bridge (which we'll review separately). So what does a company that builds...
Western Digital My Net AC1300 review: A fast 802.11ac router from a surprising source

Touchscreen iMac could be in the works according to Apple patent

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Apple certainly helped shape the mobile space by popularizing multitouch screens on smartphones and tablets, but can it do the same for desktop computing, too? The United States Patent and Trademark Office on Thursday published an Apple patent application that describes a desktop computer — likely the iMac —...
Touchscreen iMac could be in the works according to Apple patent
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