Oki Cockpit Concept For Robot Fleet Supervision

Oki Japan was demonstrating this eye-catching cockpit at CEATEC 2019, and it goes a bit against the grain because it is supposed to let humans help robots.


Kyocera Micro-LED Display Is Amazingly Bright

At CEATEC 2019, we had a good look at the Kyocera / Glo next-gen micro-LED display technology in the form of a 1.8-inch display (0.7mm thick) that reaches an amazing 3000 NITs brightness, according to the company.


Religion Gets Hi-Tech With These Smart Rosary Beads

The world around us is getting more hi-tech by the day, so why wouldn’t religion attempt to follow suit as well? If you thought that maybe religion could do with some hi-tech upgrades, you might be interested to learn that the Catholic Church has announced a device by the name of the Click to Pray eRosary.


It Looks Like Google’s Daydream VR Experiment Is Over

For a while now, it felt like Google was taking the lead on virtual reality (VR) on mobile with its Daydream platform, where the company attempted to create a unified platform of sorts amidst a bunch of other companies all trying to create their own VR devices. However, it seems that Google’s experiment with Daydream has finally come to an end.


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Google’s AI Clips Camera Has Been Discontinued

A couple of years ago, Google launched Clips. For those who are unfamiliar, Clips is a digital camera that relies on AI to help users capture the “best” moments. Basically, it involved users leaving the camera somewhere and hope that its AI is smart enough to capture pivotal moments, like during a birthday, a family gathering, and so on.


Woman Reported To HR By French Colleagues For Sending Emails After 8pm

Did you know that over in France, it is considered to be illegal to send emails to employees after working hours and on the weekend? The idea behind this is that it is meant to help promote a work-life balance, where it will give people a break from work and concentrate on their family, friends, and hobbies, without having to feel obligated to respond to emails from your boss or […]


Volvo’s XC40 Recharge Is The Company’s First Full-Electric Vehicle

Electric vehicles are expected to be the way of the future as the world tries to cut down on its carbon emissions and turn to sustainable forms of energy. We’ve seen companies such as Tesla fully commit to the creation of electric cars, and it looks like Volvo has tossed their hat into the ring with their first full-electric vehicle, the XC40 Recharge.


Fujitsu Develops AI System That Can Help Judges Score Gymnastic Events

When it comes to judging sports, there have been numerous systems developed over the years to help humans come to certain decisions. For example, slow-motion/instant replay camera systems have been created so that certain moments can be viewed again to determine if a play was a foul or if it was legit, and so on.


Bandai Programmable Gundam Robot For STEM Education

Computer programming can be tremendously fun for some people, or boring and impenetrable for others. The important part is to have a chance to be exposed to it so that each person can find out for themselves.


The $200 Analogue Pocket Is 2020’s Game Boy Device

The Game Boy is an 8-bit handheld game console by Nintendo. Of course, the new generation consoles (and gaming rigs) are great but the handheld consoles were purely meant for entertainment.Even if you did not get the chance to play Game Boy Advance games, you must have at least heard about them (or their games).Do not worry if you haven’t. A Seattle-based company ‘Analogue’ has come up with a new […]


League Of Legends Could Be Headed To The Nintendo Switch

Earlier, Riot announced League of Legends: Wild Rift. This is essentially a new version of the company’s incredibly popular League of Legends game, except that it has been redesigned to be played on mobile devices as well as consoles. Riot did not specify which consoles the game will be launching on, but it seems that the Nintendo Switch could be a possibility.


Google Nest Devices Can Tell When You’re Near Using ‘Ultrasound Sensing’

One of the features that Google debuted with the Pixel 4 is Motion Sense. This relies on radar technology to sense the movements of the user, where through the wave of a hand, it can silence calls, pick up calls, and so on. It also has the ability to detect when the user is about to pick up their phone, which in turn pre-activates the face unlock feature to make […]


Logitech Unveils Keyboard And Mouse Combo Optimized For Chrome OS

While the majority of external keyboards will work with a Chrome OS computer, they tend to fall slightly short as there are certain keys that are missing, but for general typing, you should be able to get away with using a standard keyboard with your Chrome OS device. However, if you’re a stickler for optimization, then look no further than Logitech.


Apple Unveils New Beats Solo Pro Headphones With 40 Hour Battery Life

The problem with the majority of wireless headphones is in its battery life. While we can appreciate not having to deal with cables that get tangled, we compromise by having devices run on battery, which like we said, for the most part is still less than ideal in terms of how long it can last.


Pixel 4 Pre-Orders Will Also Come With $100 In Google Store Credit

Are you thinking about pre-ordering Google’s Pixel 4 smartphone? As it turns out, if you do plan on pre-ordering the handset, you will be given a $100 credit towards the Google Store. This means that you’ll be able to use the credit towards accessories and other things you might want to buy.


Kids Are Getting Smarter At Finding Loopholes In iOS Screen Time

Back in 2018 with iOS 12, Apple introduced Screen Time. This is basically Apple’s way to showing users how much time they spend on their phones and apps, and is a way for the company to encourage users to put their devices down. It also allows parents to set time limits on how long their kids can spend on their mobile devices.


The Kabuto Is A Smart Luggage You’ll Want To Travel With

Our suitcases and luggage are more than just bags to keep our clothes in while we travel. Over the years, we’ve seen companies try to make these travel essentials smarter. For example, we’ve seen some companies such as Rimowa introduce digital luggage tags. We’ve also seen how some companies have come up with luggage that can follow you instead of you having to wheel them around.


AMC Theatres Announce Their Plans To Get Into Video Streaming

Turn the clock back a few years ago, you would be hardpressed to find a streaming service besides Netflix or Hulu. However, these days customers are being spoilt for choice where they are being presented with a ton of options. Amazon has gotten into the game, along with Apple, and next month, Disney will also be launching their own streaming service.


League Of Legends Will Be Coming To Mobile Devices

With how many of us own smartphones, it would be silly for developers to ignore the mobile gaming market. This is why we’re starting to see a rise in video games that were traditionally for PC or console being released on mobile as well. We’ve also started to see developers create games simultaneously for both mobile and PC and/or console.


Flying Gondola From Aeronext: Comfortable Drone Transport

Aeronext Inc has announced its Gondola drone concept, along with a miniature model of what could become a series of drones that transport from one to four people.


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