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A 4K TV for $1500?!?

A 4K TV for $1500?!? | Future of Technology | Scoop.it
Most new 4K TVs cost as much as a car, but the price of this tech may come tumbling down faster than just about anyone expected.
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Despite it being made in China. The cost of this tv cannot be denied!

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Why Don't We Have Artificial Gravity?

Why Don't We Have Artificial Gravity? | Future of Technology | Scoop.it
"Why Don't We Have" is a PopMech series explaining just why some of the technologies promised by science fiction have yet to become fact. Today: artificial gravity.
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Fantasy can become reality, but when NASA gets a budget cut, we would had assumed for this dream to be set aside. Now lets turn up the gravity!

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New Firefighting Technologies: Drones, Super Shelters

New Firefighting Technologies: Drones, Super Shelters | Future of Technology | Scoop.it
From better fire shelters to unmanned drones, future innovations could help keep future firefighters safe.
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This would be a faster and more efficient way to control wildfires. Fire fighters may be replace with engineers to control these kind of scenarios.

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Glasses-Free 3D Mobile Displays Are Coming

Glasses-Free 3D Mobile Displays Are Coming | Future of Technology | Scoop.it
HP researchers have produced a new backlight that they hope will make 3D cellphones and tablets a reality, and soon.
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Is this worth the cost of a headache? I hope this is a feature that will come optional.

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Why 2013 is the Year of the Diesel

Why 2013 is the Year of the Diesel | Future of Technology | Scoop.it
The dirty and unreliable diesel cars of the 1980s gave this tech a bad name in the U.S. But Rudolph Diesel's engine delivers long range, excellent torque, and high mileage, and a stable of new cars is ready to revive the diesel in America.
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This is a favorable alternative, the demand for diesel will always be there. I hope to see better looking diesel cars however.

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