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Check Out The Toyota Supra Reimagined As A 4×4 Vehicle
One of Toyota’s more iconic sports cars, aside from the Celica, is the Supra. Many were no doubt pleased as punch when back in 2019, Toyota announced that they would be reviving the Supra almost two decades after production had ended, but what if the Supra were to be relaunched not as a sports car, but as a 4×4 vehicle?

WordPress Admin Bug Lets Anyone Login As An Admin
WordPress is one of the main platforms powering many websites and blogs that you read today. It is an incredibly popular platform augmented by the fact that there is a very active developer scene where there are a ton of plugins that users can use to improve their website. However, it seems that not all plugins were created equal.

Apple’s 2020 iPhones Could Feature As Much As 6GB Of RAM
When it comes to the iPhone, Apple has never been particularly fussed regarding how much RAM they are packing. This is because Apple controls both the hardware and software on the iPhone, meaning that they know how much RAM their devices need. However, in this day and age where Android devices are packing 8GB of RAM or more, 4GB of RAM seems a bit small.

Researchers Have Developed The World’s First Living, Self-Healing Robots
When we think of robots, we think of these huge and stiff metallic machines. However, a group of scientists are challenging the way we look at robots as they have developed what is being described as the world’s first living and self-healing robot which they made by using the stem cells of a frog.

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EU Wants Apple To Drop Lightning In Favor Of A Standard Charging Port
In the early days of mobile phones, pretty much every handset maker had their own proprietary charger. This meant that if you used a phone made by one manufacturer, you wouldn’t be able to charge it using another company’s charger. However, over the years, this has changed where Android handset makers adopted micro USB and now USB-C.

Samsung Unveiled The Enterprise-Ready Galaxy XCover Pro Smartphone
While we are already waiting for the Samsung Galaxy S20 next month, Samsung just unveiled its enterprise-ready smartphone ‘Galaxy XCover Pro’.It may not be the prettiest smartphone you have seen but it is indeed a stylish-rugged smartphone for workers from a variety of industries.Not just limited to Samsung’s Knox Security platform and durability, it also features walkie-talkie capability that Microsoft Teams support.In the press release, Samsung mentions its interest in […]

Chronolife’s Nexkin Biometric T-Shirt Enables Continuous Real-Time Health MonitoringEditor's Pick
Chronolife was back at CES 2020 with its biometric T-Shirt Nexkin launched in November 2019, a consumer version of Chronolife’s medical solution that is expected to launch as a remote health monitoring product in 2020, with FDA and CE class 2a certifications. In 2021, the company will add to the lineup a patented predictive solution for Chronic Heart Failure with its proprietary HOTS algorithm for mobile phones.

Ubergizmo’s Best of CES 2020Editor's Pick
Our Best of CES, the products and tech that made an impression for their design, ingenuity, value, or all of the above. So many things to see, so little time, but our 15th CES almost boils down to this.

Apple Is Now Scanning Uploaded iCloud Photos To Check For Child Abuse
If people who think that uploading their illicit photos to the cloud and assume that its contents are private, think again, especially if you’re an iCloud user. This is because during CES 2020, Apple’s chief privacy officer Jane Horvath revealed that the company is scanning photos uploaded to iCloud to look for cases of child abuse.

Arlo’s Latest Floodlight Camera Comes Without Wires
These days securing our homes with security cameras has gotten a lot easier and cheaper, thanks to the rise of connected devices. If you’re in the market for a new security camera for the outdoors, Arlo has you covered as the company has announced their latest offering, the Arlo Pro 3 Floodlight Camera.

Bob, World’s Smallest, Lightest & Fastest Dishwasher Made of Recyclable Materials
Daan Tech is back at CES with Bob, a tiny eco-friendly dishwasher targeted at people living in small apartments, in RVs or using boats where space is scarce, and water needs to be saved. According to Damian Py, President and CEO, Daan Tech, Bob is the “world’s smallest, lightest & fastest dishwasher entirely made of recyclable materials”.  The 2 place setting dishwasher fits on the side of a sink, cleans […]

Lenovo Is Now Selling Its ThinkPad Laptop Keyboard As A Standalone Accessory
When it comes to laptops, the focus is mostly on portability. As such, certain compromises need to be made, such as with the keyboard where they tend to be slim and offer up low travel when pressing the keys. However, this doesn’t mean that all laptop keyboards are bad, in fact, Lenovo’s ThinkPad laptops are rated to have some of the better keyboards around.

Samsung Unveiled Its New Ultra-Wide Odyssey Gaming Monitor Line-up At CES 2020
Samsung is known for its curved or ultra-wide monitors fit for gaming. A while back, they offered several budget curved monitors for gaming as well.But, now, with CES 2020, Samsung revealed a new Odyssey gaming monitor line up.The line up includes two different models – both offering a 240 Hz display.The curved QLED monitors are G9 and G7 respectively. With G9, you will get a 49-inch curved ultra-wide monitor and […]

PUMA’s New ‘Gaming Socks’ Is Interesting
Gaming is definitely a thing for new product launches – even if it is not directly related to it.You might have seen smartphones for gaming, clothing for gamers, and so on. And, it is not stopping there.PUMA has joined the bandwagon of promoting esports while introducing a new product last month aimed at gamers – the new active gaming footwear.Essentially, it’s just “socks” but gaming socks or you might even […]