This motorized wheel adds electric power to your bike

Many different kinds of personal transportation are undergoing an electric revolution, but electric bikes might make up the biggest section of the market. In fact, it’s boomed fast enough that we’re already seeing weird, alternative ideas pop up. A perfect example is GeoOrbital, one of a few companies that is …

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Watch drones perform 'ballet' with 16,500 LEDs in front of Mount Fuji

Japan has some fairly strict drone regulations that bar private pilots from flying the devices in public parks, but that hasn’t stopped a fleet of the remote controlled vehicles from taking to the skies to perform a “ballet” accompanied by traditional Japanese shamisen music, set against the beautiful backdrop of Mount …

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LG's new fingerprint reader sits under a smartphone screen

Fingerprint readers are increasingly ubiquitous in smartphone design, so much so that the question is not whether to include one, but where to put it. Where some manufacturers have chosen to add readers into buttons on the front or raised sections on the back of their devices, LG Innotek has a …

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Apple's Mother's Day ad: Moms use iPhones too!

Apple continues its “Shot on iPhone” ad campaign with a new Mother’s Day commercial, seemingly created with the intention of sending me into a wild tailspin because here I am creating internet content, and all the while I’ve apparently forgotten to call my dear old Mom (on a landline, of …

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Radiohead appears to be slowly fading from the internet

Something strange is happening with Radiohead. You could probably write that sentence at almost any time and it would be true, but, as Pitchfork points out, today the band has started erasing everything from their website, Facebook, and Twitter. No tweets, no cover images, no profile pictures, an empty Facebook page. Thom Yorke …

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