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Sony PS5

Sony's PS5 is rumored to arrive sometime in 2019, but Concept Creator gives us a first look at what the console could look like. It all centers around 4K gaming, and is powered by a 16 thread chipset, with 2.6 GHz clock rate and 9.86 Terfaflops of computing power. Unfortunately, there's no official information available just yet. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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RePhone Modular Phone

Sometimes, less is more, and RePhone falls under that category. Simply put, it's a fully-functional smartphone that comes in separate modules - a touchscreen module, battery, GSM dongle, and Bluetooth, while extended kits let you add audio, camera, 3G, and even Arduino. You can either build a phone that only sends and receives texts / calls, or one that simply plays music. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.

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Moby Store

Let's face it, not all cities have 24-hour convenience stores, much less ones that are autonomous and self-driving, that is until...Moby-Store arrives. Each one of these rolling stores offer milk, medicine, clothes, electronics on-demand, and even sneakers, all done with an app. Developed by Wheelys in partnership with Hefei University and Himalafy, it's self-powered, using solar panels to provide energy for its electric drivetrain. The geek-factor doesn't end there, as it boasts an integrated air purifier that cleans the air around it. Click here to view the first image in this week's geek life gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of 10 strange Toys R Us items.

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War Game Boy

The Nintendo Game Boy you see above belonged to a soldier during the Gulf War in 1990-91, and was damaged when a bomb hit the barracks he was staying in. Believe it or not, the game console still functions when plugged in, but it now perpetually runs Tetris at Nintendo World in New York City. Continue reading to view more things worn down by time. Click here for a few bonus images.

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Airbus Racer Helicopter

Making its official debut at the 2017 Paris Air Show, the Airbus RACER (Rapid And Cost-Effective Rotorcraft is capable of hitting a cruising speed of 250 mph, thanks to a futuristic 'box-wing' design. When combined with a light hybrid metallic-composite airframe that provides extra lift, the pusher propellers quickly increase speed while the aircraft is moving forward. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Porsche 911 Turbo S Dark Knight

Auto-Dynamics unveils the Porsche 911 Turbo S "Dark Knight" edition, which is completely blacked out with the exception of a few yellow accents. On the outside, a matte-finished carbon 'Turbo Aerokit' is the standout, while a flat-6 engine capable of 690 horsepower can be found under the hood. The latter has been upgraded with GMG Racing manifolds, a TechArt exhaust, and IPD intake parts. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Anker Roav Dash Cam

Anker's Roav Dash Cam C1 not only has a Sony Exmor sensor, but built-in WiFi connectivity as well, all for $67.99 shipped, today only, originally $129.99. Simultaneously record 4 lanes of traffic. 6 lens elements and optimized imaging technology provide a full view of the road, not just the car in front of you. Wide Dynamic Range auto-adjusts for light conditions to deliver perfectly exposed Full HD 1080p footage. Product page. Continue reading for a hands-on video review and more information.

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Park-Car Fifth Wheel

Even back in the 1950s, they had a car that could almost park itself, called the "Park-Car". This vehicle was invented by Brooks Walker in the 1930s and patented in the 1950s. It included a fifth wheel that allowed it to rotate in and out of parking spaces, as well as turn in a full circle. Basically, it had a series of hydraulic pumps and gears that pushes the spare wheel out from the trunk and rotates the back of the car easing the parallel parking process. Continue reading for another video and more information.

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Lenovo Transform Flexible Laptop

A futuristic flexible laptop was unveiled at Lenovo's Transform event in New York City, and unlike similar concepts, this one does not require a hinge to fold open and close, but rather it uses a technology that enables the laptop to bend like a book. You also won't find a trackpad, and comes with a pencil/stylus that allows you to use the device like a notebook. Continue reading for a video and more information.

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Tree Mansion

Photo credit: Adam Letch and Mickey Hoyle

So, you've got a luxury apartment in the city, a few supercars in the garage, but want a unique mansion in the forest? If so, then look no further than House Paarman by South African studio Malan Vorster. This tree mansion offers stunning views overlooking the forest, complete with four square reflection pools. It's comprised of four cylindrical units that symbolize trees, each with a tree trunk-like steel pillar with branch-like beams, along with circular rings to support the upper floors. Continue reading for more pictures and information. Click here for a few bonus images.

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