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Iris camera concept reinvents blink detection

Iris camera concept reinvents blink detection

General camera use may well have been heavily cannibalized by cellphone cameras, but that hasn't stopped innovative concepts from attempting to rework the way we shoot photos. Iris, by designer Mimi Zou, is just one such unusual approach: rather than anything so mundane as a button to fire off a frame, Iris watches the user just as keenly as it does their subject, activating the shutter-release when they blink.

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Nintendo 3DS XL fondled on video

Nintendo 3DS XL fondled on video

Nintendo revealed that it would be releasing an upgraded version of the 3DS last week dubbed the 3DS XL, bringing with it a larger screen and improved battery life. Several French gaming websites have already had a chance to take the new handheld for a spin and serve up some first impressions, with the results mostly being positive. At first many were skeptical of the 3DS XL, believing that a simple boost in size wouldn’t amount to significant differences, but it looks like Nintendo have made several other tweaks that should improve the overall gaming experience.

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Sharp and frog team for Feel UX Android UI

Sharp and frog team for Feel UX Android UI

When it comes to user interfaces laid over the top of the Android operating system, you're likely to get mixed feelings. A nice user interface can make things look better and could possibly even make a smartphone or tablet easier-to-use. However, often these user interfaces are also responsible for delaying Android updates because the UI has to be tweaked as well. Sharp partnered with a design company called frog on a new Android user interface called Feel UX.

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Ikea Uppleva TV hits Europe for around $1K

Ikea Uppleva TV hits Europe for around $1K

The Ikea TV has become a thing of reality. The device, known as the Uppleva, is now on sale at Ikea stores in the company's home country of Sweden. There were a few details for the TV that only became known once it was actually released. For example, it has 1080p HD resolution, is compatible with MP3, MP4, DivX HD, and JPG files, and comes with a built-in DVR.

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Tesla talks Model S details ahead of mass deliveries

Tesla talks Model S details ahead of mass deliveries

Tesla is set the start large-scale deliveries of the Model S electric vehicle in eight days and about 17 hours at the time of writing. Deliveries will begin on Friday, June 22, and ahead of those deliveries, Tesla is holding some events around the country to allow prospective buyers to take a test drive. Tesla is also showing off an interesting video this week of its assembly line.

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Portal gets very real in “Terminal Velocity” video

Portal gets very real in “Terminal Velocity” video

It's time for some IRL Portal with filmmaker Jason Craft and his very own POrtal gun, taking some fabulous camera skills, some 3D tracking, and a little bit of movie magic to make the whole world smile. This fan video is completely non-official and not tied to the makers of the Portal video game series, but it sure as heck has impressed us to no end. Have a peek at what happens when one goes in, one goes out, and physics happen.

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Stuxnet virus origin confirmed: USA and Isreali governments

Stuxnet virus origin confirmed: USA and Isreali governments

This week it has been confirmed that the computer virus known as Stuxnet which spread accidentally across the global internet in 2010 was created originally by the governments of the United States and Israel to attack Iran's nuclear facilities. The worm was originally created to sabotage and shake apart Iran's nuclear program, and was part of a larger program code-named "Olympic Games." This virus became public after what's assumed to have been a rogue laptop transported the virus out to the global web.

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Twitter Fuelband mashup tracks your social fitness

Twitter Fuelband mashup tracks your social fitness

Some people have different ways to measure the success of their Twitter accounts, like retweets or number of followers, but how about boiling down all that activity into one easy to understand number? Stinkdigital had an interesting idea and put it to the test, by taking a Nike Fuelband, modifying it, and taking advantage of the generated Fuelband score to measure Twitter activity.

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Bump adds mobile to computer photo sharing

Bump adds mobile to computer photo sharing

Bump was a novel little app that allowed you to share contacts and information by simply bumping two smartphones together. Now, the company is offering a new feature: the ability to transfer your photos to your computer using just the web browser. Users will be able to point their browsers to http://bu.mp in order to shift photos over from their phones to a computer without having to install any software.

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