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This Gorgeous 212 Square Foot Trailer Sleeps Six

Here to help you make the most out of your mobile lifestyle is Santa, Barbara, California-based startup Living Vehicle, an all-aluminum towable …

12 Great Beaches Where You Can Pitch a Tent or Park an RV

Bahia Honda State Park, Florida<p>If you’re heading down to Key West, at mile marker 36.8 you’ll find Bahia Honda Island. The entire island is one of …

Mysterious Orcas Filmed Underwater for First Time

Weird & Wild<p>A ship returning from Antarctica has a chance encounter with a rarely seen type of killer whale.<p>Weird & Wild<p>Around 6 a.m. one morning last December, an announcement came over the loudspeaker of a ship heading from Antarctica to South America: Everyone was to go up to the deck.<p>The ship's …

Killer Whales

How Google is powering the world’s AI

After helping to define the modern internet era with Search and Android, Google is already at the forefront of the next wave in computing research and development: AI. Many consider artificial intelligence and neural network computers to be the next step in computing, enabling new use cases and …

Machine Learning

13 of the World's Greatest Kiteboarding Spots

Catch the wind in these destinations promising perfect weather, water, and vibes.<p>Ask 50 people to list the world’s best kiteboarding spots and you’ll hear 50 different views. But one thing is certain: Nothing beats the pure feeling of harnessing the power of the wind to ride. For those who have …

Cannabis edibles: 5 potent tips to make your experience more enjoyable

Edibles. For many the word alone conjures up images of chocolate brownies and tales of awkward experiences.

Cannabis

This Revolutionary New Telescope Will Let You See Distant Galaxies From Your Own Backyard

It'll change the way we see the universe.<p>Ask any amateur astronomer about the difficulties of seeing stars from the center of a major metropolis — …

This Map Shows You the Best Road Trip Route Between National Parks

If you like the outdoors, a road trip between several national parks is perfect for a long weekend or vacation. This map plots the best route between …

I never wanted a camper until I saw the Bruder EXP-6

March 22nd, 2017<p>My god, would you look at that. It's the Bruder EXP-6 off-road camper, and watching the video above makes me want to upend my life and go get lost in the world.<p>I mean, look at the kitchen that's engineered to be accessible from both inside the vehicle and out:<p>And check out all the …

Campers

TerraDrop Off-Road Camper Trailer

As our industrialized world continues to grow at an expanding rate, off-the-grid camping is slowing becoming an increasingly difficult task. From …

5 cool camper trailers you can buy right now

Never sleep on the ground again<p>When it comes to hitting the road for an extended adventure, you have a lot of options, ranging from add-on solutions like vehicle rooftop tents and portable kitchens to entirely tricked-out RVs and vans. Somewhere in between lies the camper-trailer, which offers a …

RVs

Five untold approaches to innovation

In recent years, key opinion leaders in the conference circuit and the media have obsessed over the dual topic of innovation and disruption. Though …

How to Get Ripped Like Brad Pitt in ‘Fight Club’

When <i>Fight Club</i> first hit the big screen in 1999, people weren’t just blown away by the big-screen adaptation of one of Chuck Palahniuk’s most …

All the Sensors in Your Smartphone, and How They Work

Your smartphone is a remarkable feat of engineering. It’s half a dozen or more gadgets packed into a single slab. Much of it’s coolest feats are …

Robots could eventually replace soldiers in warfare. Is that a good thing?

By Vivek Wadhwa<p>, Contributor, Innovations<p>Aaron Johnson<p>The United States has on its Aegis-class cruisers a defense system that can track and destroy anti-ship missiles and aircraft. Israel has developed a drone, the Harpy, that can detect and automatically destroy radar emitters. South Korea has …

New and Used Car Reviews, Car News and Prices

Let's get you back to homebase.<p>Expert reviews, car-shopping advice, features and specs, free price quotes, and more—all in our Buyer's Guide.<p>Our unbiased take on the latest vehicles of all styles.<p>Up-to-the-minute scoops and car news. If you need to know it, you'll find it here.<p>Road trips, in-depth …

Shoulderpod R1 Pro review: Capture iPhone video that's as smooth as silk - CNET

<b>The Good</b> Shoulderpod's R1 Pro lets you easily capture steady video on your phone. The versatile, solidly constructed design gives you a lot of freedom for adding accessories.<p><b>The Bad</b> You still have to move your hand to press your phone's shutter button, which can result in shakiness as your video …

Hot weather girl becomes internet famous after nip slip

Roxana Vancea has recently become famous for a nip slip while giving her weather forecast on TV. Take a look at her Instagram and you’ll find that …

How a billionaire who wrote Google’s original code created a robot revolution

Then, the lights went down and music rumbled on. With blue spotlights flashing, the robots began a coordinated dance to the '80s hit "Mr Roboto," swiveling their heads, waving flags clutched in their "hands," and moving with flaunts and flourishes that had the crowd hooting with glee.<p>This raucous …

Scientists create monkeys with autism to study the disorder in humans

Scientists in China say they used genetic engineering to create monkeys with a version of autism, an achievement that could make it easier to test …

NASA Receives Patent For A New Type Of Squishy Amorphous Robot

Last week, NASA was awarded a patent for a new type of squishy, amorphous robot that could one day slither and roll around other planets. Amorphous robots can passively change their shape and because of their enclosed nature they’re less susceptible to damage from small particles. These unique …

Robotics

Mitsubishi is building an amphibious assault vehicle that aims to be three times faster than the one used by the US Marines

Using engines adapted from the main battle tank the company makes for Japan's military and new water jet propulsion technology, the full-size prototype is undergoing pool tests, although it is in the early stages of development and production could be years off.<p>Nevertheless, the maker of the …

Military

Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, Android Pay: Which one is the best Mobile Payment System?

NEW YORK: Mobile payments have boomed to a $50 billion market and are expected to grow to $142 billion in four years. There has never been a more …

Kurdish forces attack Islamic State west of Kirkuk

ARBIL, Iraq (Reuters) - Kurdish forces drove Islamic State militants back from the oil-rich city of Kirkuk in northern Iraq on Monday, in an advance backed by heavy air strikes from a U.S.-led coalition.<p>Speaking to a local television channel near the frontline, Kirkuk governor Najmaldin Karim, who …

Ford F-150 Raptor SVT Guide

<b>Ford Raptor 2017</b><br>Check out the new Ford Raptor 2017 here! I will start shipping in 2016. Order your now!<p><b>Accessories</b><br>Buy your "mods" or accessories for …

FCA US

Microsoft's Office 365 reportedly being bundled into Samsung KNOX for Android

Microsoft has always marketed its Office apps as a suite of productivity applications. Now, it appears that Samsung has seen the light as well.<p>A report out of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona says that Samsung is planning to bundle its Office apps—PowerPoint, Word, Excel, and OneNote—into the …

Forget Kale. Try These Three REAL Superfoods

Don’t get me wrong. I’m a fan of kale.<p>But kale is absolutely, positively not a superfood.<p>A superfood is high in protein, low in fat, gluten-free, …

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