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Vogel's RingO iPad car mount (photos)

We take a look at the RingO car mount for the iPad, one in a line of RingO mounts for home and mobile applications.

9 Images October 20, 2011

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Vogels Ringo iPad car, wall and desk-mount kit tested

Tired of holding the iPad up? There's an app for that. Well, there isn't, but there is a Vogels Ringo Universal Tablet Mounting System for that.

By August 18, 2011

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UFOs inspire design of Austrian mountain retreat

A village in the Tyrolean Alps now houses Ufogel, a vacation getaway that looks like a cross between an unidentified flying object and a space-age barn.

By January 31, 2014

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Kickstarter of the week: America's Fighting Dinosaur

What if the US Army had had a dinosaur on its side during the Second World War?

By September 11, 2012

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Gravity's undies are unrealistic, Cmdr Hadfield complains

The blockbuster's depiction of astronauts' underwear is far too glamorous, according to the world's favourite astronaut, Commander Chris Hadfield.

By November 12, 2013

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Watch gorgeous HD video from the space station

Earth-o-vision! Live-streaming cameras mounted to the International Space Station are now beaming down an impressive video feed to folks back on Earth.

By May 7, 2014

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Behind the scenes at the Monterey Bay Aquarium

Otters, jellyfish, seahorses, sea tortoises, and much more are the chief attractions at arguably the world's most famous aquarium. CNET Road Trip 2012 stopped by to check it out.

By June 23, 2012

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See Wi-Fi manifested as visible waves of rainbows

An artist and an astrobiologist work together to figure out what Wi-Fi would look like if it were visible to the human eye.

By July 23, 2013

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'SNL' laughs at the 'Gravity' of the shutdown

In a poignantly amusing skit, all that's left at NASA are the janitors, and they cannot help those lost in space.

By October 13, 2013

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Big asteroids hit Earth far more than we're told, say astronauts

To, well, celebrate Earth Day, April 22, three former astronauts will claim they have evidence that remote parts of the Earth have endured 3 to 10 times more large-scale asteroid strikes than has been revealed.

By April 19, 2014