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Photos: The Raygun Gothic Rocketship

A team of artists in Oakland, Calif., is building a 1940s-era rocket ship to give the Burning Man public a view of the romantic way people thought of rockets before space travel became a reality.

16 Images August 15, 2009

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Steampunk raygun looks amazing, does nothing

Stunningly crafted prop rayguns created by Weta Workshop designer Greg Broadmore

By March 23, 2007

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Bomb-detecting lasers could be next for carry-on luggage

Laser-equipped airport security checkpoints can pinpoint trace amounts of explosives, researchers say.

By September 9, 2013

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All's quiet at Burning Man--for now

With three days to go before the famous arts festival's gates open, a lucky few are on hand to help build Black Rock City.

By August 28, 2009

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Evoking the romance of space travel, 1940s style

The "Raygun Gothic Rocketship" is a retro space ship "built" in 1944. In reality, it is one of the biggest art projects for the forthcoming Burning Man festival.

By August 15, 2009

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Philco PC is part typewriter, part '50s TV

Pasadena, Calif.-based SchultzeWorks design studio has created a retro-styled re-imagining of the desktop PC based on an iconic 1950s TV brand.

By December 16, 2009

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Ornate steampunk computer desk really works

Bruce Rosenbaum's wonderfully baroque steampunk computer desk pulls out all the stops--literally. This working PC and screen is encased in a Victorian pump organ.

By April 14, 2010

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Stun-gun cell phone: Who needs 911?

900,000 volts from a 4-inch fake handset.

By September 14, 2007

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Buzz Out Loud 931: Big butt small laptops

The Lenovo Yoga isn't a Netbook, it's a ripoff of the HP Jornada. It also apparently fits in a pocket, but it's a little long for all our pockets, even Jason's. We also cover iPhone 3.0 rumors and the truth about battery life lies.

By March 16, 2009

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Episode 605: It's the price point, stupid

Drop the price, introduce a cheaper version, and your little PS3 starts selling like hotcakes! Plus, Leopard: huge in Japan.

By November 15, 2007