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  • Elon Musk shows off Iron Man-style rocket design with gestures and 3D printing (video)

    Elon Musk shows off Iron Manstyle design, from gestures to 3D printed rocket parts video

    Once again confirming Elon Musk is living life differently from the rest of us, he’s just posted a new SpaceX video that’s straight out of a sci-fi movie. In it, he demonstrates designing parts for a rocket the company will use with hand gestures, then moving to a 3D projection, free standing glass projection just like Iron Man, and even an implementation with the Oculus Rift headset.

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    Source: SpaceX (YouTube)

  • Philips launches two new sets of Fidelio headphones

    Philips launches two new sets of Fidelio headphones

    Philips and audio gear go together like peanut butter and soya and linseed bread (trust us), so it’s with little surprise to see the company unveiling two new sets of headphones for IFA 2013. The Fidelio M1BT is a pair of Bluetooth noisyboxes that shroud 40mm Neodymium speakers inside a leather and aluminum body, with wireless controls on either can to change track and volume. If, however, you prefer something a little less fancy, then the company has launched the Fidelio L2. A subtle update on 2011’s Fidelio L1, Philips promises that the tweaks offer a better audio experience for audiophiles. The M1BTs are available from today at a price of €250, while the Fidelio L2 will set you back €279 when it arrives later in the month.

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  • NFL Players Association contracts with Uber to curb drunk driving

    NFL Players Association contracts with Uber to curb drunk driving

    In a commendable move, the NFL Players Association is contracting with Uber for the 2013-2014 season in an attempt to keep intoxicated athletes from getting behind the wheel. Each player will receive a personalized keychain card that contains $200 credit for the on-demand ridesharing service, which will complement an existing telephone-based service that’s offered by the union. Uber currently operates in 17 of the NFL’s 31 cities, which isn’t ideal, but the service is expanding at a respectable pace. The agreement stands as Uber’s biggest deal with major league sports to date, which already provides service to the San Francisco Giants. Naturally, we’d like to see other players’ organizations and teams get on board with similar programs, which could help prevent tragedies such as the one that took the life of a Dallas Cowboys player last year.

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    Via: CNET

  • Surface Power Cover rumored to ship after the Surface 2, provide the whole family with extra juice

    Surface Power Cover rumored to ship after the Surface 2, provide the whole family with extra juice

    Despite Microsoft’s claims that the Surface family of tablets was a representation of “no compromise,” many road warriors have found the battery life to be… well, compromised. In order to address said concerns, it’s looking as if Microsoft will be launching a line of Power Covers. In a nutshell, these battery-inclusive Type Covers will snap onto Surface tablets as the existing ones do now, but a bump in thickness (from 0.21-inches to 0.38-inches) will add “significant” life. Interestingly, WinSupersite is reporting that the covers won’t ship until after the Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2, and the original Surface RT won’t be compatible. Oh, and as for pricing? Mum’s the word, as you might expect for an unconfirmed accessory.

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    Via: ZDNet

    Source: WinSupersite, Neowin

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