It’s hard to imagine what the world will look like in the future, but that isn’t going to stop Toyota from trying. At CES 2020, the company has announced their plans to build what they are calling a prototype city of the future, which will be located at the base of the very iconic Mt. Fuji in Japan.
When you think of Sony, you might think of the PlayStation, or you might think of the Walkman, or you might think of headphones or speakers, or you might think about their cameras. However, at CES 2020, the company has managed to surprise us all by taking the wraps off a concept electric car called the VISION-S.
Everyone needs to go to the bathroom. It’s a relatively mundane experience but it’s part of our lives and we don’t really think too much about it. But could the bathroom experience be enhanced to make it better and more interesting? Toilet paper manufacturer Charmin certainly seems to think so.
There are many malls and apartment complexes that come with electric vehicle (EV) chargers and parking bays. The only problem is that you need to go look for them, and given that they aren’t exactly many around, this can be an issue. However, Volkswagen might have solved that problem with EV charging robots.
Next year, we expect that OnePlus will have a couple of new phones in the works. This is expected to come in the form of the OnePlus 8 and later in the year, the OnePlus 8T. However, it seems that OnePlus could have at least one more device to show off in the form of a concept handset.
Right now the majority of electric cars look and feel like a regular gas-powered car. However, Lexus has recently taken the wraps off their concept electric car, known as the LF-30, and if this is what the future of electric cars could look like, then you can definitely count us in as being extremely interested.
No one really knows what the future of transportation holds. Right now, many seem to be betting on electric and autonomous vehicles, where not only are they expected to be more energy efficient and better for the environment, but they will also be safer. However, while other companies seem to be building autonomous electric cars, Porsche and Boeing are eyeing the skies.
According to a discovery in the iOS 13.2 beta yesterday, it was hinted that Apple could have a new set of AirPods they were planning on announcing. This comes in the form of noise cancelling AirPods that we have been hearing about for a while now, and it seems that it could be announced soon.
The infinity pool design has been around for a while now, and just in case the concept isn’t familiar to you, basically these are pools that do not have an obvious edge to them. The idea is that by camouflaging the edge of the pool, it gives it an infinity look where it feels like it stretches on forever.
When Apple introduced the Touch Bar to its MacBook Pro lineup, it was supposed to be a game changer in terms of how we used our laptops. Unfortunately, many still seem to largely prefer having a row of function keys instead of a OLED strip, although this isn’t to say that it is completely useless.
Laptops are a dime a dozen and it’s hard for companies to truly stand out. However, at Computex 2019, we saw how ASUS attempted to break the mold with its ZenBook Pro Duo that comes with a 4K secondary screen built right above its keyboard. If you thought that was wild, Intel might have ASUS beat.
Last month, a huge fire broke out at the historic Notre Dame Cathedral where some parts of the building was destroyed by the flames. It is now undergoing the process of being rebuilt, thanks to the use of 3D scans which has given the rebuilders some direction on what kind of work needs to be done.
With laptop makers churning out laptop/tablet hybrids, there have been some Apple fans who have called upon the company to do the same. Apple has resisted the idea in the past, but as we have seen with devices like the Apple Pencil, it is not unprecedented for Apple to have a change of heart.
According to a recent rumor, it was suggested that iOS 13 could bring mouse support to the iPad Pro. Given that the iPad Pro already supports keyboards with its own Smart Keyboard accessory, introducing mouse support seems like a natural evolution in Apple’s quest to make the iPad Pro a bonafide laptop replacement.