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Village Underground Lisboa: Abandoned shipping containers turned into a creative hub and outdoor event space on Lisbon’s northern edge

Village Underground Lisboa

by Ross Belfer In Lisbon, cultural prowess and creativity are as omnipresent as the prego sandwiches and Super Bock found on nearly every street corner. The Portuguese capital city has seen a surge in new innovative enterprises opening over the past year, indicating…

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The final Oculus Rift developer kit is shipping now

Virtual reality company Oculus has started shipping the next version of its VR headset, the Oculus Rift Developer Kit 2, to buyers. The company plans to send out roughly 10,000 of the devices from its factories in July, with half of those units with customers by the end of the month. The DK2, which Oculus says more than 45,000 people have pre-ordered at a price of $ 350, is set to be the final development model before the Facebook-owned Oculus releases a full consumer version of its Rift headset.

The Oculus Rift DK2 has a few significant upgrades on its predecessor. Most noticeable is the step up in its display — where the first Rift developer kit displayed a painfully low 1280×800 screen resolution, the DK2 gives users a 1080p OLED…

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[Giveaway] Win 5x A2-Sized Printed Posters By Hey Prints (Free Shipping)

Looking to decorate your new office room or home office? If you fancy using amazing-looking posters, here’s where a few clicks can get you an 18 in x 24 in poster to add to your wall decor. Together with Hey Prints, is looking to give away 5 medium-sized posters to 5 lucky winners.

And no matter where you are, the posters will be shipped to you for free. Take a look at the posters available in their growing catalogue, ranging from pop culture, to motivational quotes and oriental influence here.

About Hey Prints

Hey Prints is a freshly launched platform for talented designers to showcase and sell their designs in the form of posters – and gain reasonable profits while doing so. The company produces high-quality posters in the best output quality, sporting vivid, natural colors that will grab attention wherever they are displayed.


We’re giving away 5 full-colored posters printed on 192 gsm paper with matte finish in HDR ink.

Posters are available in three different sizes but you will be winning the poster size perfect for wall display (middle): 18 x 24 in (457 x 609 mm). Frames are not included but posters will be custom trimmed for easy fitting.

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Old Shipping Crate Converted Into Sustainable Guest House

Texas-based firm Poteet Architects company recently created this Container House by using an old blue storage container and some creative innovative design ideas. These large 8 by 40-foot interior has been converted from an old steel box into comfortable lodging for guests. The modern concept includes floor to ceiling windows in the main room, a…

Mad Catz now shipping its $249.99 ‘Mojo’ Android game console

Mad Catz has officially joined the crowded field of Android-based game consoles. The company has announced that its $ 249.99 Mojo box is now shipping. The device — which we previewed back at E3 in June — runs stock Android 4.2.2 Jellybean and puts all of the same Android games, apps, and media you already own onto your TV screen. Mad Catz is highlighting that Mojo doesn’t restrict users in any way; there’s no walled garden or limited app store that you must acquire content from. As for the device itself, it’s powered by a Tegra 4 processor, offers 16GB of built-in storage (expandable with microSD cards), and features integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0.

That Bluetooth functionality is critical for another important feature of Mojo:…

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Delivery drones are coming: Jeff Bezos previews half-hour shipping from Amazon

Jeff Bezos is nothing if not a showman. Amazon’s CEO loves a good reveal, and took the opportunity afforded by a 60 Minutes segment to show off his company’s latest creation: drones that can deliver packages up to five pounds, to your house in less than half an hour. They’re technically octocopters, as part of a program called “Amazon Prime Air.” A drone sits at the end of a conveyer belt, waiting to pick up a package — Bezos says 86 percent of Amazon’s packages are under five pounds — and can carry them up to ten miles from the fulfillment center.

The segment focused primarily on holiday shopping, particularly the annual shopping extravaganza that is Cyber Monday. It’s a huge day for Amazon — more than 300 items will be ordered…

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How Technology Is Changing the Shipping Industry

Most of us don’t spend much time and effort thinking about the shipping industry. We perform most of our activities via the Internet, and the art of letter-writing is becoming extinct. But…

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Amazon officially announces new Kindle Paperwhite, shipping on September 30th

Amazon has officially announced the new Kindle Paperwhite — just hours after the company accidentally put the page live earlier today and then pulled it down immediately. It looks like it has the same physical form factor as last year’s Kindle Paperwhite, but has a higher contrast E Ink display, a faster processor for improved page turning and book opening, and a redesigned built-in light. The touchscreen has also been improved, which should make for an improved page-turning experience. Between this and the faster processor, it seems reasonable to say that Amazon felt pressure to make page-turning a smoother experience. Other new features include integration with Goodreads, which Amazon purchased back in March, and a kid-friendly mode…

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Ouya apologizes for shipping delays, credits frustrated Kickstarter backers $13.37


In June, some Ouya backers were understandably miffed when the Kickstarter sensation hit retail shelves even before they’d received their consoles in the mail. Those complaints haven’t been lost on the company, and in an email dispatched over the weekend, Ouya CEO Julie Uhrman apologized for the blunder. “It wasn’t OK that some of you — our most loyal supporters — didn’t get your Ouya until after it was on store shelves,” she wrote. For any Kickstarter backers feeling burned by the situation, Ouya is handing out credits for free game downloads. You’ll get $ 13.37 to spend in the Discover Store, and the goodwill gesture also stands to benefit Ouya’s young ecosystem. Addressing reports that the console lacked a “killer app” or hit…

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First Container: Collision Works Story Box: Help kickstart a community-driven shipping container center in Detroit’s Eastern Market

First Container: Collision Works Story Box

We’ve seen several creative applications for shipping containers in the past, and the fact remains that these steel structures are unparalleled in terms of durability and availability for a recycled building material. Friend of CH …

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