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Jason Greene
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It is totally incredible isn't it!  Not only that but in one single device too!
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Hirobo One-Man Electric Helicopter 

This helicopter can travel at the speed of 100km/h. Because of electric engine this one-seater chopper doesn’t produce any noise or pollution. It can take flight for only 30 minutes which means the technology still needs improvements so that one day we’ll be to use it as personal flying-rides. Besides that it still can be used to supply medicines and food in disastrous situations.

Video: www.goo.gl/0G6W0
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Nexus 7 Touchstone Mod (Part 1)

First step: Find a suitable place on the back cover for the coil ...

It seems that any metal (including the copper heatsink or the NFC antenna) conflicts with the touchstone induction process.  The picture shows one place on the back cover which is plastic-only and allows for successful induction.

I may later decide to locate the coil more centrally, and just remove the copper heatsink material around the coil.  I'm also thinking that securing the coil to the battery rather than the back cover will allow for easier back cover removal in the future.  I haven't decided yet whether the magnets should be attached to the battery or the back cover - it probably makes no difference either way, as long as the coil ends up correctly aligned when the cover is replaced.

[ Continue at Part 2: http://goo.gl/HQsk5 ]

Related Links
Nexus S Touchstone Mod: http://www.flickr.com/photos/rwhitby/sets/72157628557489531/
Lumia 800 Touchstone Mod: http://twitpic.com/9jevyp
Galaxy Nexus Touchstone Mod: http://forums.androidcentral.com/verizon-galaxy-nexus-accessories/147840-guide-galaxy-nexus-mod-palm-touchstone-no-soldering-phone.html
Other Touchstone capable devices: http://twitpic.com/9jqyiq

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It's about time people recognized electric cars.

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Don't forget about the escalator or elevator to get to the front door of the GYM.
Use your bike, its good for the environment and good for you!
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Interesting graphic from Intel, thanks for posting +Marcus Lovingood
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We announced our self-driving car project in 2010 (http://goo.gl/dI6qA) with a clear goal: make driving safer, more enjoyable and more efficient.

There’s much left to design and test, but we’ve now safely completed more than 200,000 miles of computer-led driving, gathering great experiences and an overwhelming number of enthusiastic supporters.

We wanted to share one of our favorite moments from some special research we conducted. Watch this video of Steve, who joined us for a drive on a carefully programmed route to experience being behind the wheel in a whole new way. We organized this test as a technical experiment outside of our core research efforts, but we think it’s also a promising look at what this kind of technology may one day deliver for society if rigorous technical and safety standards can be met.

A version of this video with audio captions is available here: http://goo.gl/k5K9Q
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