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Dub Box VW Camper

The Dinky Dub Camper appears to be a classic Volkswagen Westfalia camper at first, but it's actually a mini home on wheels. Features include a combination sink/stove, transformable sofa bed, mini-fridge, a 5-6 gallon water tank, and a Bluetooth sound system. If you desire more luxurious accomodations, you could add a roof rack, solar panels, personal cabinet/lock box, storage box on tongue, and even a raised roof for extra sleeping space. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a jet-powered longboard.

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Bi-Folding Smartphone

Most smartphones are trying to slim down, while that may be good for your pocket, it detracts from the gaming, social media, and web browsing experiences. LUNARK aims to change that. When folded, it just looks like a slightly bulky smartphone, but fold open the two halves, and you'll be greeted with dual touchscreens that can either be used separately, or together as a single display. Continue reading for more pictures.

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Hacker Self-Driving Car

San Francisco-based hacker George Hotz, best known for his iPhone jailbreaking skills, has created his own self-driving car technology. The current version uses a 2016 Acura ILX as a test platform, and consists of a 21.5" display, a mini Linux-powered computer, GPS sensors built into the glove compartment, and cameras mounted around the car. Custom software enables the hardware "learn" to drive intuitively, like a human would. "We have not told this car anything about driving. We've shown it 10 hours of human driving footage, and we're like, Here is what the human did. Behave like that human as much as you can. And you get all of this intuition that you'd never really get in a really big system," said Hotz. Continue reading for three more cool car technologies.

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Xbox One S Halo Collection

Microsoft's Xbox One S 500GB Halo Collection Bundle is one item that doesn't need a Black Friday sale, as it can be picked up for only $269.99 shipped (price shown at final checkout), today only, originally $399.99. It includes an Xbox One S 500GB Console, Halo 5: Guardians (physical disc), a full game download of Halo: The Master Chief Collection, Xbox Wireless Controller (with 3.5mm headset jack), HDMI cable (4K Capable), AC Power cable and a 14-day Xbox Live Gold Trial. Product page. Continue reading for a hands-on video review and more information.

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HGK BMW F22 Eurofighter

The F22 Eurofighter and BMW may not have much in common, but that didn't stop HGK Motorsport from creating a monstrous drift car based on a 2-Series coupe. They started by stripping the chassis and rebuilding it from the ground up, starting with a General Motors-sourced LS V8 crate engine tuned by Mast Motorsports to generate 820-horsepower, mated to a Samsonas five-speed sequential transmission and Winters differential. Other upgrades include: a 40-liter FIA fuel cell, Wilwood brakes, a full roll cage, fully adjustable suspension, and carbon Kevlar body panels. Click here to view the first image in this week's things that look like other things gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing how stackable chips, like Pringles, are made.

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Solar-Powered Pipe Water

At first, this may appear to be a cigar-shaped UFO, but it's actually a solar-powered pipe, designed by Khalili Engineers, that desalinates up to 1.5-billion gallons of ocean water each year. "Above, solar panels provide power to pump seawater through an electromagnetic filtration process below the pool deck, quietly providing the salt bath with its healing water and the city with clean drinking water. What results are two products: pure drinkable water that is directed into the city's primary water piping grid, and clear water with twelve percent salinity. The drinking water is piped to shore, while the salt water supplies the thermal baths before it is redirected back to the ocean through a smart release system, mitigating most of the usual problems associated with returning brine water to the sea," said the design team. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Airbow

When you combine the power of a crossbow, with a rifle's precision, you get the Benjamin Pioneer Airbow. It's based on the company's PCP platform, and uses 3,000 psi of compressed air to launch as many as eight 8-full-length arrows at 450-feet-per-second. The Airbow can be reloaded via a hand pump or charging system and fire all 8-shots in the time a crossbow takes to fire three. The device uses an ambidextrous top cocking bolt for extra safety. Get one here now. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a crazy Pokemon invasion.

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Solarin Smartphone

Priced from $16,500, the Solarin Smartphone is touted as one of the most secure ever. "Solarin comes with Zimperium state-of-the-art mobile threat protection that thwarts the broadest array of advanced device, network, and application mobile cyberattacks, without impairing usability or functionality of a top-of-the-range smartphone. In addition, Solarin incorporates the most advanced privacy technology, currently unavailable outside the agency world. Sirin Labs partnered with KoolSpan to integrate chip-to-chip 256-bit AES encryption, the same technology that militaries around the world use to protect their communications, offering the strongest possible mobile privacy protection worldwide," according to a Sirin Labs press release. Other features include: a brilliant 5.5" 2K display, a Snapdragon 810 processor, 4GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, a 23.8-megapixel camera with laser-assisted autofocus, an 8-megapixel front-facing camera and a large 4,040 mAh battery. Continue reading for three more strange inventions.

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SanDisk Portable SSD

SanDisk's Extreme 500 Portable SSD 240GB is four times faster than traditional portable hard drives, and it's being offered for only $93.50 shipped, today only, originally $151.28. This high-speed SSD with read speeds of up to 415MB/s is up to 4X faster than a portable hard disk drive so you can move your files in a flash. It also has no moving parts to break and comes with 128-bit AES encryption software to ensure your files are secure wherever you go. Product page. Continue reading for another full video review and more information.

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BB-8 Fire Pit

This custom BB-8 fire pit may not be the droid you're looking for, but it does work great for keeping you warm in cold weather. Created by UK-based Alex Dodson and Burned By Design, it's based around an empty 12.5 kg LPG cylinder covered in ultra-high temperature clear coat to ensure that things don't melt when the fire really starts raging. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny school pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing six Marvel Easter Eggs you never saw coming.

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