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Guy’s homemade hoverbike is the real deal

Guy’s homemade hoverbike is the real deal

Tired of hearing about hovering somethings or others that, at the end of the day, don't hover at all? Feeling a bit jaded? Colin Furze’s latest creation will change all that -- he has a homemade hoverbike, and it is exactly what it's said to be: a bike that hovers over the ground thanks to a lightweight metal frame and two big spinning (probably lethal) rotors.

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YouTube makes a big change to Content ID disputes

YouTube makes a big change to Content ID disputes

If you ask virtually any content creator on YouTube, they'll tell you that the system for sorting out Content ID disputes is broken. We're not talking about some small hiccups that cause some issues here and there, but flat-out broken to the point where creators can lose money, or even have their channel taken down with little recourse. Well today YouTube has announced one change that's aimed to help alleviate one of the concerns that has been an issue.

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Prepare for YouTube’s unskippable Bumper ads on your phone

Prepare for YouTube’s unskippable Bumper ads on your phone

In the last several years, more and more people have started watching videos on their phones. While the screens are much smaller than your TV or computer, it's much more convenient to pull out your phone and watch something, wherever you are. Unfortunately for mobile YouTube viewers, you're going to start running into unskippable ads a lot more on the platform.

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Netflix has 150+ hours of HDR content in the pipeline

Netflix has 150+ hours of HDR content in the pipeline

Netflix is excited about HDR, and it wants you to be excited about it, too. The technology brings better overall video quality — brighter highlights, more detailed dark scenes, and a broader ranger of colors, among other things. While HDR content is available now from various places for your viewing pleasure, it isn’t available in any sort of abundance. That changes soon thanks to Netflix, which has announced plans to add more than 100 hours’ worth of HDR content to its library by this upcoming August.

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Watch a Vine channel story from start to finish with just one tap

Watch a Vine channel story from start to finish with just one tap

Vine is all about watching short, usually funny, clips. They're specifically bite-sized videos, which deliver the maximum punch in this fast-paced world. But what happens when you want to dedicate some time to watching a whole bunch of Vine clips at once? Well, it's about to get a lot easier.

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Hear all of Luke Skywalker’s whiny questions in one video

Hear all of Luke Skywalker’s whiny questions in one video

In The Force Awakens, Luke Skywalker is a Jedi Master, the Hero of the Rebellion, and is completely mute. While his facial expression at the end of the movie conveys so many emotions, and begs so many questions, he doesn't have to say a word. That's a far cry from our first introduction to the character.

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YouTube’s SnoopaVision takes immersion to the next level [April Fools]

YouTube’s SnoopaVision takes immersion to the next level  [April Fools]

I've talked a lot over the last few months about how virtual reality is the future. There are still a lot of technological hurdles to overcome, but today we take a leap forward, thanks to Google. It turns out that the answer to our full immersion needs has been here all along, and his name is Snoop.

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Tesla Model 3 first ride – Inside the $35k game-changer [Video]

Tesla Model 3 first ride – Inside the $35k game-changer [Video]

When Tesla asks if you want to take a ride in the future, you don't turn them down. Hot on the heels of the Tesla Model 3's big reveal tonight in LA, I was invited to go for a spin in the brand new "affordable" electric car.

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Fullscreen video service targets millennials, arrives in April

Fullscreen video service targets millennials, arrives in April

There’s a new video service getting ready to launch, and you’ve probably never heard of it. Fullscreen will be launching on April 26, and it’ll bring with it a mixture of original and licensed content for a measly $4.99/month, a price that undercuts Netflix, Hulu, and most other for-pay video streaming services. At launch, the service will offer more than 800 hours’ worth of content, and will have the backing of AT&T.

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Video: Big Mac withstands molten copper like a boss

Video: Big Mac withstands molten copper like a boss

People get a kick out of leaving McDonald’s fries and chicken nuggets sitting out for months, marveling at the lack of expected rot and degradation. That’s old news. Molten copper is all the rage right now, and some industrious fellow has been pouring it on various items and recording the resulting fallout. Latest on the chopping (pouring?) block was a Big Mac, but the molten copper merely rolled off its buns. Literally.

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DJI Phantom 4 release detailed for super-smart future

DJI Phantom 4 release detailed for super-smart future

The next generation in what DJI describes as "intelligent flying cameras" has been initiated with the DJI Phantom 4. This drone - as we otherwise know it - is coming to the public with a stack of technology never before offered in a consumer edition drone. This includes advanced computer vision and sensing technology, made to roll with new features like its Obstacle Sensing System, ActiveTrack and TapFly functionality.

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ASPCA parody video highlights robot abuse

ASPCA parody video highlights robot abuse

There are a lot of serious issues in the world. But it's time to talk about one in particular, that doesn't get a lot of attention. We've been warned about the potential future dangers of our actions, but it seems that despite blockbuster movies that show us what could happen if we don't stop, our terrible actions continue. I'm talking, of course, about robot cruelty.

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