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Never Obsolete

While it’s never recommended to buy computers at garage sales, every now and then you come across a gem. As you can see, this eMachine is never obsolete. It’s a steal! Be sure to grab the monitor as well – totally worth completing the ensemble.

Never Obsolete

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Acura NSX May Be Revived As A Hybrid

Acura NSX

It's been six years since Honda pulled the plug on the much loved Acura NSX sportscar, but it looks like the car may be getting a revival: at least in spirit.

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When 10MB Was Impressive

HOLY BALLS! So much for so little. I mean… wait… reverse that.

Hard Drive

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Honda May Be Building A Hybrid Motorcycle

Honda Bike

Hybrid and electric cars are slowly gaining in popularity, but Honda may have its sites set on another market as well: motorcycles.

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Smart Tank

For the eco-friendly warmongers out there, here’s the perfect way to stay green while bringing the pain.

Smart Tank

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Tiny Lasers Could Make Gas Powered Cars More Efficient

Dr Evil

Who needs sparks when we have freakin' lasers? Continue reading Tiny Lasers Could Make Gas Powered Cars More Efficient

Science:

The Observable Universe

What you see is what you get. Luckily, we get to see a lot thanks to science.

Click to enlarge. A lot.

The Observable Universe

Gadgets:

The Sony Tablet: Another Entrant in the iPad War

Sony Tablet

With no current strong competitors to the iPad, Sony has tossed their name into the hat. With their new, self-proclaimed “optimally designed” tablet, Sony will go head-to-head with other Android tablets as well as the iPad with a pair of tablets dubbed S1 and S2. They will feature the Android 3.0 Honeycomb OS and are intended to hit the market in fall of 2011.

The S1 is the a standard tablet design with a 9.4″ screen, but the S2 is the innovative one of the duo with folding 5.5″ dual screens. They can operate as a single screen or display independently.

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