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Live from the Engadget CES Stage: KnCMiner

What better way to send off CES 2014 than with some Bitcoin talk? KnCMiner, the Swedish company behind a number of high profile Bitcoin mining machines will join us for our final on-stage CES interview of the year. January 10, 2014 7:30:00 PM EST …

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Live from the Engadget CES Stage: The Engadget Eurocast

Join Dan Cooper and the usual gang of European Engadget editors as they put a bow on the second to last day of CES 2014. Hijinks, most assuredly, will ensue. January 9, 2014 11:00:00 PM EST …

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Live from the Engadget CES Stage: the EFF’s Julie Samuels

Electronic Frontier Foundation staff attorney Julie Samuels has quite possibly the greatest job title in the history of job titles: The Mark Cuban Chair to Eliminate Stupid Patents at EFF. She’ll join us to speak about how said stupid patents are …

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Cooperative Human-Robot Interactive with the NAO robot for early stage education

This is just my simple first task by proposing a method to teach for young kids where this could attracts attention from them. More research will be done for…
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Lady Gaga hits the stage in a multicopter flying dress (video)

Lady Gaga just made a spectacular album debut entrance — even for her — in what can only be described as a astronaut dress-cum-hexacopter that she named “Volantis.” Though we’d call it a colossal publicity stunt, Gaga said that the suit was symbolic of herself and would allow her to be the voice …

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Lady Gaga hits the stage in a flying multicopter dress

Lady Gaga just made a spectacular album debut entrance — even for her — in what can only be described as a astronaut dress-cum-hexacopter that she named “Volantis.” Though we’d call it a giant publicity stunt, Gaga said that the suit was symbolic of herself and would allow her to be the voice for …

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Moto X: Google and Motorola try to stage an American comeback story

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Ever since Google’s surprise purchase of Motorola Mobility in 2011, the tech world has imagined what the two companies could make together. It seemed that Motorola — the longtime Android partner and once-legendary phonemaker — could dominate when combined with Google’s software expertise. While Motorola Mobility has continued to flounder under Google’s ownership, the first product conceived entirely under the search company’s stewardship is almost upon us. It’s an Android smartphone called the Moto X, and while it hasn’t yet been announced, company officials have revealed that it will be the first major smartphone assembled in the US. Motorola is also putting a focus on customization with the new device. We expect an official reveal…

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Nokia Music for Windows 8 could be setting the stage for a Lumia tablet (hands-on)

Nokia Music for Windows 8

Nokia Music has been available for Windows Phone in the US since September, but the company is making the move to Windows 8 and Windows RT shortly. As part of a Nokia Music+ offering, the Finnish company is launching a native version of its Music app specifically designed for Windows 8 tablets. It’s not in the Windows Store just yet, but we got an early look at the app at Mobile World Congress today.

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Insert Coin Semifinalist: Make a Play is a high-tech puppet stage

Insert Coin Semifinalist Make a Play

The pupils at ITP are constantly churning out imaginative jobs that are unafraid to walk the great line between art and tech. So its no marvel that Gal Sasson’s Make a Play ended up as one of the semi-finalists in our Insert Coin: New Challengers competitors. It does not harm that the concept also integrates two of our best adores right here at Engadget: toys and Arduino. The name, it turns out, is actually rather detailed. The microcontroller-driven phase permits anybody to quickly produce a piece of miniature theater utilizing handcrafted creatures and an outstanding choice of buttons, knobs and switches– all adoringly handcrafted out of wood on this prototype. The control board could move the actors using two motorized carts, hint lighting, playback voice recordings and even trigger special electronics embedded in the creatures, such as LED eyes in the trial video after the break. Any action can be taped and fed to a friend computer program, where tweaks can could be made to the automation. Honestly, seems like the sort of thing we wish we had a as children.

Examine out the full list of Insert Coin: New Challengers semifinalists here– and do not forget to select a winner!

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