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Doc Brown, Tony Hawk, and Even Moby Want HUVr Corp's Hoverboard to be Made Real

It's got Tony Hawk's endorsement, it's got Moby's endorsement. It's even got bloody Doc Brown himself, Christopher Lloyd, giving it the thumbs up. Has the HUVr Corp finally made Back to the Future's hoverboard a reality? No, of course not. Read More >>

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The Biggest Tech Disappointments of 2012

Lots of fun, good, and exciting things happened in our world this year. But there were still so many things that could've been truly great, but flopped. Broken promises. Awful gadgets. Here's what broke Giz's heart in 2012. Read More >>

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Please, Someone Make This Awesome Jet-Powered Hoverboard Happen

One of the only things that rescues Back to the Future II is the awesome hoverboard scene. We all know this. Mattel's even made a model version. You know what's more badass than a hoverboard though? A hoverboard with a jet turbine stuck on the bottom. Marty McFly, eat your heart out. Read More >>

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Back to the Future Hoverboard Hands On: So This Is What a Real Life Hoverboard Looks Like

The official Mattel Back to the Future hoverboard is here and it looks exactly like it did in Back to the Future II: happy neon pink retro future glory. All the details are there — the hole where Marty ripped off the pole, the foot strap and the graphics — but it doesn't actually hover. No matter, this is your childhood dreams in a toy. Read More >>

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Our Only Hope For a BTTF Hoverboard That Actually Hovers

When we first saw Mattel's official Back to the Future II hoverboard, the whole world exclaimed: FINALLY! Then we found out it doesn't really hover. Well today, my friends, we're one step closer to a people-led, hoverboard-inventing revolution. Read More >>

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Mattel Is Finally Making the Back to the Future Hoverboard

First, the Back to the Future Nike Mags came out. Now, Mattel has announced that it'll be making the pink hoverboard Marty McFly made infamous in Back to the Future II. My life is complete. Well, almost. Read More >>

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"Board of Awesomeness" Tops 30 MPH With a Wave of Your Hands

Until the scientific community gets off its collective duff and starts researching the important and poorly understood field of Hoverboard technology, we'll just have to comfort ourselves with the Kinect-commanded, electric-powered, and Windows 8-controlled Board of Awesomeness from Chaotic Moon. Read More >>

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