Technology

Review of Huawei P10 and P10 Plus

Review of Huawei P10 and P10 Plus The P10 and P10 Plus are pretty reminiscent of their predecessors, the P9 and P9 Plus, albeit with more rounded edges and a relocated fingerprint scanner. The P10 and P10 Plus, like their forebears, bring a solid metal construction with very impressive build qual.....

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Review of Tesla Model 3: All-Electric Four-Door Compact Luxury Sedan Car

Review of Tesla Model 3: All-Electric Four-Door Compact Luxury Sedan Car The latest vehicle to join Tesla’s growing portfolio is the Model 3 sedan, positioned as the most affordable car in the line. It was unveiled on March 31, 2016. With prices starting at $35,000, the Model 3 promises an .....

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Insta360 Air: 360-degree Photograph and Video to Android User’s

Insta360 Air: 360-degree Photograph and Video to Android User’s The Insta360 Air is a lightweight and ultra portable clip-on smartphone camera that captures immersive 360-degree HD images and videos that can be livestreamed or shared instantly on social media. Place the Insta360 Air in VR mode .....

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Casio Edifice EQB501: Expanded Phone Operating System Support

Casio Edifice EQB501: Expanded Phone Operating System Support Casio introduces the ‘EQB-501, the new watch Edifice series.  Revisiting the first EQB-500 launched in 2014 with the concept of Global Time Sync, the new model marks the precise time anytime and anywhere, as well as guaranteeing.....

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New Wireless Tethering Feature Introduced by Nikon

New Wireless Tethering Feature Introduced by Nikon Wi-Fi is available for Nikon’s pro digital cameras (D4 series, D3 series, D800 series, D700 series and D300 series) as photojournalists and other pros need a way to get their images from the camera to their picture editor or wire service so the.....

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Hyperloop Transportation Technologies: Begins Building its First Passenger Pod

Hyperloop Transportation Technologies: Begins Building its First Passenger Pod Hyperloop Transportation Technologies on Tuesday, 21 March 2017 announced a key move in its own progress toward that goal: It has begun construction on its first full-scale passenger capsule, to be completed and reveal.....

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Bixby: Samsung’s New Virtual Assistant

Bixby: Samsung’s New Virtual Assistant Samsung has confirmed that Bixby is alive and real (in virtual terms, of course) and that Bixby isn’t just something that’s going to be limited to mobile devices, but common to a wide range of Samsung devices. Google, Apple, Amazon, and Microso.....

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Super Mario Run: The Popular Auto-Runner Arrives on Android

Super Mario Run: The Popular Auto-Runner Arrives on Android Android users won’t have to wait much longer to find out whether or not Super Mario Run has justified any of the hype. Nintendo has made good on its earlier promise and revealed that the Android edition of the touchscreen runner wi.....

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Lucid Air: Electric Sedan Car by Lucid Motors

Lucid Air: Electric Sedan Car by Lucid Motors Launching an electric car company seems like the go-to folly of today’s billionaires, but Lucid Motors wants to be more than just a vanity project of its well-heeled backers. The Air is significantly less expensive than the Model S 60, especially at.....

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A SolarCity Built by Tesla

A SolarCity Built by Tesla Kauai Island Utility Cooperative (KIUC) signed a 20-year contract with Tesla to buy the solar electricity for 13.9 cents per kilowatt hour. According to KIUC president and CEO David Bissel, it is the biggest solar storage facility in the world. Tesla and KIUC estimate t.....

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BMW i8 Spyder: Its Tech Is Undeniably Cool

BMW i8 Spyder: Its Tech Is Undeniably Cool The BMW i8 Concept Spyder included a slightly shorter wheelbase and overall length over the BMW i8 Concept, carbon-fibre-reinforced plastic (CFRP) Life module, drive modules made primarily from aluminium components, interlocking of surfaces and lines, 8......

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Apple’s ResearchKit Generates Reliable Health Data

Apple’s ResearchKit Generates Reliable Health Data Health data collected entirely from smartphones can be reliable, research from Mount Sinai Hospital claims. The researchers involved found — as noted by The Verge — that Apple’s ResearchKit platform and an app for asthma were fair.....

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