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What do you get when you cross the Veneno hypercar with Lamborghini's upcoming Huracan offering? The Lamborghini Logic of course, or so this automobile designer likes to think. According to Yanko Design: "The structural core of the concept is a lightweight and extremely rigid carbon fiber monocoque shell. Surfaces have precisely defined, sharp edges and crystalline volume." Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of 10 amazing bets you can never lose.

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These days, it's all about touchscreens, and strangely enough, phones are just getting larger, due to the merging of tablets with smartphones. Here are some futuristic phone designs we probably won't see anytime soon - or let's be honest, probably never - but are definitely conversation pieces nonetheless. Continue reading for more.

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What you're looking at above just might be the long-awaited Supra successor, and it's called the Toyota FT-1. Auto Guide says that "this is an aggressive, track-focused sports car," complete with a front engine and rear-wheel drive, but more on the powertrain in a minute. Continue reading for a video, more pictures and additional information.

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Designed by Dejan Hristov, the sleek Ferrari CascoRosso was designed to replace the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta, and is inspired by the 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO, as well as modern touches found in many other of the company's supercars over the years. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of "The Talking Boat".

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Called the U.DTR (Ultra Desktop Replacement), this futuristic device aims to remove the shortcomings of both laptops and desktops to form one ultra-versatile replacement device. To do so, it features a 'necked' touch-screen that elevates the monitor to a more comfortable height, similar to that of a desktop computer. The U.DTR is also designed with a smaller, built-in backup battery, while an external battery provides extended power. Continue reading for more.

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Another week, another iPhone 6 concept. This one however, seems plausible, or at least from the rumors stating that Apple's next-generation phone will come without a home button and feature a chassis made of liquidmetal as well as a larger 4.8-inch display. For now, Apple fanatics can just savor over these concept images. Continue reading for more.

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We have seen the future of Lamborghini, and it's the Diamante. Separated at birth, the Aventador and this futuristic Diamante do indeed look very similar, yet different at the same time. GT Spirit said it best when they noted that "the overall shape and size is similar with the Aventador simply featuring revised body panels which are much more aggressive." Continue reading for more pictures.

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Here's a first look at the futuristic Mercedes-Benz AMG Vision GT supercar, which was designed as a virtual vehicle for Sony's PS3 Gran Turismo 6 racing simulation at the request of the game's creator, Kazunori Yamauchi. The 3053-pound supercar is powered by a twin-turbocharged 577hp V8 that generates 590 lb-ft of torque. Continue reading for two videos and more information.

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Sure, you could just pick up a matte black Lamborghini Aventador to get the Batmobile look, but what if the company actually released a model inspired by the actual movie vehicle? It'd probably look something like the Lamborghini Ankonian, which was designed by Munich University student Slavche Tanevsky. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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We have seen the future of all-in-one computers, and it's Pandora. Thanks to flexible display technology, the Pandora can be used as a laptop, tablet, or desktop computer. At just 9mm thick, "it can be easily gripped and is convenient to carry. Materials used include fine porous grapheme materials, high polymer and silicon on the hinge part." Continue reading for more pictures.

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