McLaren P1 electric supercar for customers under the age of six

mcclaren-p1-electric-supercar

McLaren’s P1 hybrid hypercar has made it around the Nurburgring in mere 7 minutes, and now the British supercar manufacturer is bringing its all-electric version. But there’s a catch, the battery-powered P1 electric supercar is only targeted at younger customers, with a recommended age group between three and six. Read More…

DJI Mavic – Compact drone that fits in your pocket

DJI Mavic Drone

DJI is the best when it comes to consumer drones, and they proved it all-right with Phantom 4. Now the drone maker wants you to fly Mavic, a compact drone small enough to carry in a backpack or even a big back pocket of your pants. This quadcopter is almost half the size of DJI Phantom 4, without any comprise in its functions. To be precise, it can still do subject tracking, autonomous landings, gesture controls and avoid obstacles with ease. Most importantly, its video shooting capability is stunning, since it is loaded with 4K capable 12-megapixel camera shooting at 1080p HD (30 fps).
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Nissan ProPILOT Chair(s) makes queueing a comforting experience

Nissan ProPilot Chair

Nissan has already shown what its iteration of semi-autonomous cars is going to be like, along with other players who have shown-off their self-driving cars. Now the Japanese manufacturer wants you to experience automated propulsion in autonomous chairs. Yes, you heard it right, the automotive giant wants your wait in the queues of hospital to be a more comfortable experience. Nissan ProPILOT Chair lends its technology from the company’s self-driving car tech for single lane driving.
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How iPhone 7 can improve your mobile gaming experience

Apple iPhone 7

If you’ve read up on the iPhone 7, or if you watched Apple’s unveiling event, you probably noticed the headline features: water resistance, a significantly improved camera, a missing headphone jack, characteristically sleek design with invisible antennae and a few new color schemes. These will in all likelihood be the primary selling points for the new phone. But there are some smaller features and changes that could actually make this the best smartphone on the market for mobile gaming. Here are a few that come to mind instantly.
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Fitbit Charge 2 is all that you wish in a fitness and health tracker

Fitbit Charge 2 Fitness Tracker

The fitness tracking market is loaded with all kind of devices that promise you the pinnacle of fitness tracking. Only a few are honestly useful, and Fitbit is one of them. For people who swear by the fitness tracker’s capability to track vital body functions there is some good news. The latest Fitbit Charge 2 fitness tracker is now available for purchase, and it is worth every penny. The fitness wristband comes with a smart display which shows all that you crave to see in a jiffy. To top it off, the fitness tracker looks better than ever and promises engaging fitness regimes to give it a personal touch.
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Flip Dot Clock makes smart use of electromagnets to display time

Flip Dot Clock DIY

We have seen a plethora of clocks that look different and in some cases, they have completely unthought-of functionality. Maintaining our love for the coolest timepieces around, here we have the Flip Dot Clock by Kentaro Iizuka. The maker has done smart use of electromagnets and Arduino controller to create a matrix of flipping dots which display the current time accurately. One side of the dots is colored in neon green color and the other in black color.
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Please don’t drill hole in your iPhone 7 for headphone jack!

iPhone 7 drilling headphone jack

Ever since the iPhone 7 was revealed much has been said about its missing 3.5mm headphone jack. Some like the new upgrade, while others are constantly making us all believe that it is a bad move by Apple. That said, Apple iPhone 7 is another gizmo which is popular in the blogosphere and video streaming platforms. Be it good or sarcastic criticism. Interestingly, a video is going viral which shows how you can drill a hole in your iPhone 7 to reveal a hidden 3.5 mm headphone jack!
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Snapchat Spectacles record your video snippets in a trendy way

SnapChat Spectacles

Snap Inc., formerly known as Snapchat is eyeing the future with its bold new pair of smart sunglasses dubbed ‘Spectacles’. The idea is to record video snippets which are saved to the Snapchat memories, and then share it with friends. You would say that they are somewhat similar to what other wearables aim to achieve, but Snap Inc. is keeping things simple. Their iteration is to make a pair of sunglasses that look cool, and record live action with the push of a button.
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Is Google Allo really better than WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger?

Google Allo

In the crowded world of messaging apps like WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Hike, Snapchat, etc., Google has also entered the list with its new messaging chat app, Allo for Android and iOS platforms. Google Allo is simple to use with a mobile number based login, rather than one linked to an email. The app can understand phrases in English and Hinglish (a combination of the Hindi and English language used in India). It is targeted towards a market like India where instant messaging apps are booming and will eventually grow bigger. Read More…

‘Heavy Metal’ 3D printed electric guitar is treat for the ears and eyes

Heavy Metal 3D printed electri guitar

We have seen all kinds of guitars which a musician would love to get their hands on, and now it’s time for another one. This time it is a 3D printed aluminum guitar which looks impressive, and it plays like any other high-end electric guitar. With all the rose and barbed wire shapes on the guitar it won’t seem out of place in a G’NR concert. Using additive manufacturing technique to make an electric guitar dubbed ‘Heavy Metal’ makes complete sense as one can get any desired look. This guitar is created by Xilloc, an expert in 3D printing who got a request from Olaf Diegel of OddGuitars to make the base for one.
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