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A fighter sim just isn't realistic unless it makes you throw up and scream for your mother, which is why the sadistic folks at Australia's Deakin University created the Universal Motion Simulator. It's a barebones cockpit attached to the end of a seven-meter robotic arm that can pull up to six Gs

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If athletic events were accessorized with coffee, comfy pajamas, and a particular knack for sedentariness, well, we'd be champs. Alas, sports are more typically characterized by movement which, we're told, increases the participant's pulse, breathing, and likelihood of turning an arm into a tattooe

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Neil Fraser, a true pioneer of science, wasn't satisfied with just wondering whether a lava lamp will work on Jupiter. He opted instead to build a freaking centrifuge in the middle of his living room, strap an innocent lava lamp and a Nexus One to one end with counterbalancing weights on the other,

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The busy movie season takes a break off this week in regards to quantity, but not in quality as we have three day and date titles that're on the top 25 box office hits of 2009. The first is the animated G-Force from Disney. The other two are comedies and while we can't personally vouch for Inglourio

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Japan is currently flooding with 1seg mobile digital TV tuners after rolling out the service some 6 months ago. Most external tuners ship as USB sticks for watching TV on the go from your laptop. The G-force G-WWT-1201B 1seg tuner, however, is meant to be connected your portable DVD player or any ot

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It's an all too common dilemma: you've thrown down some serious change for a new Mac Pro and Godot brushed metal DAP, but you've got nowhere to turn for a massive external hard disk that sports that token cheese grater look. Okay, so it's probably not \"common\" per se, but if it's your reality, Fanto

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