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  1. 13 utility tractors that will boost efficiency in 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Beef Magazine

    The Bobcat S595 skid-steer loader has the highest rated operating capacity of any of the 500 Series loaders in its lineup by boasting a 2,200-pound ROC. This makes it ideal for those who need to lift and carry more material.

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  2. Cadillac XT5 is quick, comfortable, and a crucial vehicle for the GM brandRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | MLive.com

    Not a minute too soon for General Motors, the all-new Cadillac XT5 has hit dealerships this year, replacing the SRX. Until transitioning the XT5 as its replacement, the SRX had been Cadillac's top seller, as American buyers gravitate toward compact SUVs.

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  3. Return of Sheffield's Hole in the RoadRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | Sheffield Star

    ... based on the landmark. Visitors to the Millennium Gallery will wear headsets and headphones, and use computer joysticks, to explore a 'video game standard' recreation of the city centre site, complete with its unusual glass fish tank. Nick Bax, ...

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  4. Patent Suggests Apple Pencil Might Work With Mac TrackpadRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PC Magazine

    The Apple Pencil is currently only available to iPad Pro customers, but a new patent filing suggests that could change. As 9to5Mac reports , the patent describes a "Stylus with inertial sensor," which would allow the Apple Pencil to be used on the company's trackpad.

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  5. Apple patented a stylus that doubles as a mouse and joystickRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Digital Trends

    Apple has spent much of the last decade trying to get ahead of the game with its patent applications, so it's no real surprise that the company is looking to patent the stylus of the future, too. In a number of newly filed patents, Apple has created a pen-like device that can act as a traditional stylus, as a mouse, and even as a joystick.

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  6. Apple patents stylus that doubles as a joystick, air mouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Engadget Mobile

    A simple, high-quality pressure-sensitive stylus is all well and good for tablets , but can such a device really meet the needs of a desktop user? That seems to be the question Apple's asking with its latest patent . The company's latest technology patent dreams up a do-everything stylus capable of being a drawing device, air mouse and even a joystick.

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  7. Sketch framework and Class Library - Part 1Read the original story

    Yesterday | The Code Project

    ... design and interface to a computer controlling the experiment and/or hacking standard devices like keyboards and joysticks to be able to use special buttons or analogue inputs. When the Arduino was released it was immediately obvious that this could ...

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  8. Apple Pencil might one day work with Mac trackpads and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Pocket-lint.co.uk

    The Apple Pencil is a stylus pen that debuted alongside the iPad Pro last November. It's a basic input device, even though it can detect angles, pressure sensitivity, and force, allowing you to apply dark or light strokes depending on how hard you press.

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  9. Gamevice makes gaming on the iPad a dreamRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Gadgeteer

    ... Gamevice has created a controller that acts similar to your home gaming consoles controllers. With dual analog joysticks, A,B,X,Y buttons, a D-pad, left and right bumpers, and left and right triggers, the Gamevice controller is a major step forward ...

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  10. Future Apple Pencil Could Include Motion Sensors and Magic Trackpad CompatibilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | MacRumors

    The United States Patent and Trademark Office today granted Apple a patent for a "Stylus with inertial sensor," equating to an advanced version of the Apple Pencil that could potentially function with the company's iMac -compatible Magic Trackpad . The patent was originally filed in November 2014, but was only recently published in May of 2016.

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  11. Apple may have big plans for its Pencil stylus and Macs, new patent revealsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Mashable

    With the release of the iPad Pro and Apple Pencil last year, Apple walked back on its stance on the stylus. A new patent filed in 2014, but only made public recently , suggests Apple may have bigger plans for the Apple Pencil that will make it work with Macs.

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  12. Can Pokémon Go's Augmented Reality Boost Apple Shares?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Seeking Alpha

    ... battlefield, it is necessary to purchase several peripherals such as racing car seats, steering wheels, helicopter joysticks, or virtual reality headsets. The Pokemon universe takes place in an environment incredibly similar to earth. Apart from the ...

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  13. DIY Command Station for Kerbal Space Program is OverkillRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 25 | Hack a day

    We've seen custom controller mods for Kerbal Space Program before, but a group calling themselves the Makerforce went a step further with their design and build of the KSP "Overkill" Command Station , which has much more in common with a fancy standup arcade unit than a custom controller. Kerbal Space Program is a hit indie game that, among other things, simulates the challenges of spaceflight.

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  14. Live the dream of wireless 16-bit action with the SNES Retro ReceiverRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 25 | Digital Trends

    ... The Retro Receiver is designed by 8Bitdo, which produces its own lineup of retro-inspired wireless controllers and joysticks for mobile and PC platforms. The Retro Receiver supports many of 8Bitdo's products, including the SNES30 , which mimics the ...

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  15. The Raspberry Pi Has Revolutionized EmulationRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 24 | Coding Horror

    ... to work with, and sip power for $100 or less. Add all that up it's not like the price of MDF or arcade buttons and joysticks has changed substantially in the last decade and what we have today is a console and arcade emulation wonderland! If you'd ...

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  16. No paddle? No problem! Bixpy Jet will do the locomotion in the oceanRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 24 | Digital Trends

    It's summertime and being on or in the water is great, especially if you're into activities like snorkeling, kayaking, or stand-up paddle boarding. Not so great, especially on the really hot and humid days, is all that physical effort if you just want to relax and enjoy the sun.

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  17. Military Firm Acquires Hoverboard Company That Produces Flyboard Air, a Device That Can Fly at 90MPHRead the original story

    Friday Jul 22 | TechEBlog

    Franky Zapata's company, the one that created a jet-powered 'hoverboard' that could travel at 90mph, has been acquired by Implant Science, a Department of Homeland Security supplier. To be more specific, it's powered by a jet engine that can run for up to 10-minutes, hit speeds of over 90 mph, and fly up to 10,000 feet in the air.

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  18. New Game: Snow RiderRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | MobyGames

    Snow Rider is a single-player, keyboard controlled snowboarding game, though a redefinable joystick is also supported. It was originally released on the PlayStation 2 platform but in 2006 the developers signed a deal to bring the title to the PC where it was published by Phoenix Games both as a standalone title and in at least two compilations.

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  19. Will US soldiers soon be riding jet powered HOVERBOARDS into...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | Daily Mail

    Last month, Franky Zapata stunned the world by revealing his jet powered 'hoverboard' that could travel at 90mph . Last month, Franky Zapata stunned the world by revealing his jet powered 'hoverboard' that could travel at 90mph .

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  20. Unfolding 'origami robot' could carry out microsurgery when swallowedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Digital Trends

    ... its weight. It will reportedly be controlled using magnetic forces, with human operators using remote control joysticks to alter the field and thereby move the robot around inside a patient to reach the right area. The robot would consist of a tiny ...

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