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Researchers have discovered that a rapidly spinning asteroid is actually a pile of rubble held together by Van der Waals forces. This may change how we approach defending against asteroids in the future.
Starwood’s Aloft Hotel in Cupertino is doing a trial with two robots, which will bring amenities to guests and more. Starwood hopes to bring robots to more than 100 of their hotels in the near future.
Although Samsung, LG, Motorola, HTC and Asus seem to have understood they need to make up a united front against Apple’s looming iWatch and get with the Android Wear program, Sony continues to swim against the current, reportedly relying on a proprietary OS for its SmartWatch 3.
Apple’s suppliers have reportedly started production of next generation iPads which apparently have anti-reflective coating on their displays.
A new report published today claims that the iPhone 6 is now in the final step before final production commences.
A fishy benchmark listing has surfaced, suggesting the so-called Motorola Shamu, aka Google’s Nexus 6, is in advanced stages of testing with Android L pre-loaded, a surprisingly compact 5.2-inch Quad HD display and beefy Snapdragon 805 chip.
Samsung’s long overdue shift from chintzy plastic-made smartphones to gear constructed of more robust, premium materials is unfolding at last, although the Galaxy Alpha is likely a transitioning device rather than a revolutionary one.
Qnovo is developing software and hardware which monitors and adjusts the flow of current while charging smart phones. This could significantly decrease charging times and increase lifespan of batteries.
Even with legendary @evleaks out of business, Samsung can’t stop the leaky Galaxy Alpha faucet from oozing unofficial information, and the past few days have brought an abundance of intel on everything from tech specs to probable release dates.
Next month’s IFA consumer electronics trade show in Berlin is shaping up to be quite plentiful in mobile device announcements, with Samsung, Sony, Huawei and now Microsoft confirmed to bring new gear in the capital of Germany.
Being on Google’s side since the very beginning of the Chromebook “experiment”, Acer was bound to ultimately get a Chrome OS-powered laptop just right, which looks to be the case with the beefy, frugal Chromebook 13 CB5.
EE United Kingdom has revealed their findings under the ’4GEE Mobile Living Index’ report. the most interesting of which states that the use of 4G saves up to an hour every day for a subset of Britishers.
Physicists have created a machine which can draw in floating objects by using waves. The waves create currents in the water and could be used to contain oil spills.
Japanese scientists have developed a new high speed camera, capable of capturing over 4 trillion frames per second. The camera uses a new method, femtophotography, to achieve those speeds.
Samsung has been uncommonly competent at keeping its last few high-profile mobile devices hidden to the public eye leading up to their formal announcements, but the Galaxy Note 4’s cover may have been blown three full weeks ahead of its scheduled debut.
As disruptively groundbreaking as the Galaxy Note 4 might be, Samsung is unlikely to dedicate the entirety of its upcoming pre-IFA “Unpacked” event, with at least one other cutting-edge gadget expected on display in Berlin, Germany.
A new report claims that while Apple is going to unveil both new iPhones together at the event next month, the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 release may not take place for at least another month.
The self-proclaimed first “standalone, full-featured” smartwatch, the Neptune Pine, is no longer a what-if Kickstarter venture, it’s reality, as a batch of the project’s early endorsers are now delivered the actual end products.
Contrary to reports in the popular media China has not banned its state agencies from procuring products made by Apple.
It seems like adopting a different design philosophy for its rookie smartwatch effort than rivals Samsung, LG or Sony is paying off for Motorola, as the Moto 360 is by far the most buzzed-about intelligent timepiece in Android Wear’s short history.