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There’s never been a better time to try out Windows Server 2012 R2. Not only does it offer loads of benefits, you have the chance to win an Xbox One, thanks to Microsoft Australia and Lifehacker!
It will be years before Amazon’s dream of same day package deliveries via drone will ever become a reality. But you can forget about trying to shoot one down for some free electronics thanks to new software that allows a quadcopter to stay aloft — and on course — even after losing one or more of its propellers.
There’s no incense, air freshener, or scented candle on earth that smells as good as freshly baked bread. So turning a loaf into a warm glowing lamp that probably smells amazing is worthy of some kind of award, right?. If not the Nobel Prize, then definitely your hard earned money.
For better or for worse, most of us have phased out meals at the dinner table in favour of dining in front of the TV. But on those rare occasions when guests visit and you don’t want them thinking you’re a slob, this lovely wooden coffee table from Duffy London quickly transforms into a small table where four can dine and focus on conversation, not the PVR.
When it comes to properly spreading holiday cheer, an ugly Christmas sweater just isn’t enough anymore. You have to up your game, and nothing guarantees gamesupmanship like floating around your office holiday party brandishing these festive light-up iPhone cases. They’re not only a classy way to protect your device, they also don’t require their own power or light source.
A daily run can be great for your health and fitness, but it can actually be harmful too if not done properly. Of course, the right shoes are an important part of the formula, especially this sensor-laden pair developed by the Fraunhofer Institute which provide real-time feedback on your running style, and how to improve it.
Organisation is almost an art form — and let’s face it — not everyone’s an artist. If your suitcase and toiletry bag tend to slowly (or quickly) devolve into a homogenous nest of clothing and travel accoutrements, you’ll appreciate what the Lay-n-Go has to offer. Specifically: an easy way to keep your toiletries separate without having to reorganise them when it’s time to go.
It started life as another one of ThinkGeek’s impressive April Fool’s Day prank products, but like the Tauntaun sleeping bag before it, there was enough demand from the site’s fans to make the Technomancer Digital Wizard Hoodie a reality. If you’re a cosplayer who’s ever dreamed of magical powers, you better go get your credit card.
In a disaster situation, triage and rescue workers typically tag patients with a coloured paper bracelet that correlates to the severity of their injury. But a patient’s situation can change after being tagged, making it difficult to keep track of who needs what care. So researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute have developed a cheap electronic alternative enhanced with GPS and health sensors.
As a watch is handed down from generation to generation, the stories behind its life make it more and more valuable. And as far as past lives go, this Rolex, currently on display at the Beyer Watch and Clock Museum in Zürich, Switzerland, could top them all. It accompanied Sir Edmund Hillary on one of the most famous expeditions of all time — to the top of the world.
Most of the videos you can find of Rubik’s Cube-manipulating robots are purpose-built to solve the puzzle in record time. But Baxter, designed as an affordable and easy-to-teach replacement for assembly line workers, isn’t designed for any specific task. And that’s what makes watching him solve a cube even more impressive.