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Next-gen touchpads respond to pressure

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Researchers at the User Interface Software Technology conference last week demonstrated unique projects that took advantage of a new, pressure-sensitive "forcepad" that could debut in ultrabooks as soon as next year. IDGForcepose allows users to push through a stack of windows on the desktop. Synaptics gave the forcepad to...
Next-gen touchpads respond to pressure

iBike Powerhouse starts shipping: a workout coach for your set of wheels

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Velocomp's iBike Powerhouse, the cycling computer that integrates with your wheels to bring you workouts such as the descriptively named Brazilian Butt, is finally ready to ship. Introduced back in January, the Powerhouse works with an app for the iPhone or iPod touch (hence the iMoniker) to measure your...
iBike Powerhouse starts shipping: a workout coach for your set of wheels
HopStop Live!: It's Like Waze But For Public Transportation

TomTom's new sat nav: perfect for your van down by the river

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If you're prone to hitting the road in a trailer or camper, you probably know that the road isn't exactly made to accommodate to your less-than-dainty vehicle. In a bid to express its deepest sympathies (and, you know, make money), TomTom is unveiling a device made specifically for caravan...
TomTom's new sat nav: perfect for your van down by the river

iPhone-Driven Laptop on Wheels Brings New Meaning to Portable Computing

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What do you get when you cross a laptop, a set of wheels, an iPhone, and an Arduino board? This....
iPhone-Driven Laptop on Wheels Brings New Meaning to Portable Computing
Motorized Lego Tachikoma from 'Ghost in the Shell' walks, rolls, and waves at you

Sphero, The Electronic Ball-O-Fun, Gets A Set Of Wheels [Video]

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We love Orbotix’sSphero. The little electronic ball often causes humans to digress to the intellect of a cat where good fun involves nothing more than chasing a little lighted ball. But it’s so much fun — at least for a few minutes. But Sphero got a new toy. Using...
Sphero, The Electronic Ball-O-Fun, Gets A Set Of Wheels [Video]

Ca-Fi 621000 brings infotainment to cars with double DIN / without Connect or Sync

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Shenzhen-based Innotrends has been pushing infotainment systems for a while now, and though standalone solutions like the Ca-Fi seem rather clunky when you can buy a Focus with Sync baked in, not everyone can count a flashy new "connected" model as their set of wheels. Today the company announced...
Ca-Fi 621000 brings infotainment to cars with double DIN / without Connect or Sync

Peer-To-Peer Bike Rental Startup Spinlister Launches Nationwide

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When we last covered peer-to-peer bike rental startup Spinlister, the startup had made it into the TechCrunch Disrupt Battlefield after being chosen as an Audience Choice winner earlier this month. It’s also now part of the Greenstart accelerator, which is focused on “digital cleantech” startups. Like an Airbnb for bikes,...
Peer-To-Peer Bike Rental Startup Spinlister Launches Nationwide

This Facebook Car Show lets you pit your pride and joy against motors from around the world

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Petrol-heads and girl racers, get ready for a pit stop online and take a look at the Car Show organised by Eagle One, the company that makes products to buff and shine your motor. Much as we love a tasty set of wheels here on The Next Web, we’re not...
This Facebook Car Show lets you pit your pride and joy against motors from around the world

SWEET RIDE: Tech Millionaires And Billionaires Zip Around In These Cars

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Everyone needs a set of wheels to get from point A to point B. After reviewing sites like BornRich, The L.A. Times and CNET, we found the kind of cars rich tech moguls drive vary from extremely modest to ridiculously expensive. Some choose to be flashy in $100,000 electric sports cars while...
SWEET RIDE: Tech Millionaires And Billionaires Zip Around In These Cars

Imaginary Doors

blog.makezine.com
The doors most of us use every day work just fine, by and large, and we tend not to think about them too much. And I’m not sure that this flip-flop single doorknob concept submitted by Australian reader Emily T. to Dave Delisle’s website Geek Ideas would really count...
Imaginary Doors

Drive my Porsche, please

tech.fortune.cnn.com
As the sharing economy expands into transportation, Millenials are growing up with a very different spin on car ownership. By Kurt Wagner, reporter FORTUNE -- When RelayRides CEO Andre Haddad isn't using his 2006 Porsche 911, he encourages strangers to drive it. This willingness to share--even something as valuable as...
Drive my Porsche, please
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