Nokia announced its latest Lumia 928 handset on Friday, but the company has more planned for an event in London next week. On Sunday, Nokia teased part of this announcement during a commercial break on British TV. The short promo shows the rear of a device with a hump around the large camera lens and an accompanying flash arrangement. “More than your eyes can see,” reads the accompany text between various images of the device.
Nokia’s teaser looks a lot like the leaked photos of its aluminum “Catwalk” device, which The Verge understands are genuine images of an upcoming Nokia flagship. The hump and placement of the flash is identical and the teaser appears to show a device with a metal exterior. However, Nokia is also preparing a 4…
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This is a video of the robotic band Compressorhead practicing in the garage of some human they likely killed. Unfortunately (or is it?), as somebody pointed out in the video’s comments, you can really only hear the drums. You know why? Because robotic sound guys SUCK. Consider that a heads up for any of you bands out there trying to save a couple bucks by hiring a robot — you want a HUMAN sound guy. The longer the ponytail the better.
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More than a few of us have had that moment of panic when our headphone cords catch on an object and cut the listening short — sometimes permanently. Researchers at North Carolina State University could help mitigate those minor musical catastrophes with wiring that stretches up to eight times its normal length. The method fills an elastic polymer tube with a liquid gallium and indium alloy that delivers the electricity. By keeping the materials separate, unlike many past attempts, the solution promises the best of both worlds: the conduction we need, and the tolerance for tugs that we want. NC State already has an eye on stretchable headphone cords, as you’ll see in the video after the break, but it also sees advantages for electronic textiles that could endure further abuse. As long as the team can eventually solve a problem with leakage when there’s a complete break, we’ll be glad enough to leave one of our common audio mishaps in the past.
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First the Lord of the Rings earrings, then the fingernail art, now a Portal engagement ring made by the folks at Custom Made — it really is turning into lady’s day on Geekologie. And you know what? I say we embrace it. Maybe later we can take turns putting makeup on each other and stay up late talking about boys! OMG, so you know that Billy in our English class? I hit him in the head with a rock. What a cutie! (I’m new to this)
Hit the jump for one more shot, but check out Custom Made’s site to see shots of the whole design and casting process.
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No one would characterize existing factory robots as especially warm and fuzzy: they’re usually disembodied limbs that are more likely to cut you than hug you. Rethink Robotics wants to put a friendly face on those machines, both figuratively and literally. Its about-to-ship Baxter worker robot carries a touchscreen face that’s as much about communicating its intent as giving humans something more relatable. Likewise, it’s designed to be easily programmed by its organic coworkers and react appropriately — you guide Baxter by one of its two arms to tell it what to do, and its combination of cameras and a quad-core processor let it adapt to real-world imperfections. Even the series elastic actuators in its arms give it a softer, subtler movement that’s less likely to damage products or people. While Baxter isn’t as ruthlessly quick as most of its peers, the relatively low $ 22,000 price and promise of an SDK for its Linux brain in 2013 should make it easier to accept than the six-digit costs and closed platforms of alternatives. We just hope we’re not being lulled into a false sense of security as lovable robots invade our manufacturing base ahead of the inevitable Robopocalypse.
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This is a giant scrap metal lamp made to look like an angler fish by artist and Etsy seller Justin LaDoux. He’s selling it for $ 8,000. For reference, I paid $ 6 for my last lamp from the thrift store and supplied my own lampshade. It’s a popcorn bucket. When the bulb gets hot it smells like the movies!
This Deep Sea Angler Fish is made with recycled objects and energy efficient lighting. It stands 5 feet tall with base, 4 feet wide and 5 feet long. When you first look at the fish the light over the head is glowing bright, but when you walk in for a closer look the eyes and body light up using a motion censored light. With a closer look you will see that the fish is made with an assortment of thing like a bicycle, scoop shovel, knifes, and much more.
I really want it. Of course, there’s no question I’ll inevitably wind up impaling myself on it turning the lights off before passing out drunk. LOL — turning the lights off before passing out drunk. I will leave the stereo on full blast and refrigerator door open though.
Hit the jump for several more shots.
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A man in China bought a Samsung hard drive for about $ 35 on Taobao. He opened it up, plugged it in, and found that it wasn’t showing the full storage capacity on his computer. A few minutes later, he found out why – someone had replaced the innards with a bunch of nuts and bolts hotglued into the case. The light? It was just connected to a USB key.
As you’ll recall, the same thing happened to a lad in a parking lot who bought an iPad out of someone’s trunk and another fellow in Russia who found nuts glued inside his hard drive case.
Fools, as they say, find themselves soon parted from their money. But jerks will hot glue any old scrap to anything and fool bargain hunters all day long.Related Posts: