Leaked images of iPhone 6s supposedly reveal slot for Force Touch sensor

iPhone 6s image leak reveals force touch capability

From what we know about the new iPhone offerings from Apple, we aren’t expecting any real changes on the outside. Apple just revamped the iPhone last year in form of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus. Only a year since, we don’t see Apple ditching the new design; but we are expecting a few changes to the innards of course. In addition to a better camera one thing we are expecting is the integration of Force Touch. If the recently revealed images of display assembly supposedly of the forthcoming iPhone 6s by Chinese repair firm GeekBar on Weibo are anything to go by, the new model could have the same display as the iPhone 6 but with the rumored Force Touch capability. Read More…

Off-roading electric vehicle that looks like an agile spider on four wheels

SwinCar Spider electric off roading vehicle

Electric off-roading vehicle

When we talk of off-roading vehicles, the first picture that comes to mind is one with huge wheels and a heavy body. One look at this car and you won’t believe it is actually an off-roading monster that can conquer practically any terrain. Swincar is a French invention that restores our faith back into hardcore vehicles that are built purely out of instinct. And to top everything off, this crazy car is an all-electric vehicle.
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What will Samsung Galaxy Note 5 look like? 3D printing has the answer

Samsung Galaxy Note 5

Samsung is all set to make some interesting revelations at the Galaxy Unpacked 2015 event in New York. Two phones that are going to be revealed (as speculated) or even announced with a few more details at the event are going to be the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus and the Galaxy Note 5. Galaxy S6 Edge Plus is going to be a bigger version of the S6 Edge phone which apparently also came in limited edition Iron Man themed models.
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Brain-training iPad game is helping schizophrenia patients improve memory

cambridge university brain-training iPad game

Help maybe on cards for schizophrenia patients. Researchers at the University of Cambridge have developed a brain-training app for iPad, which they believe has an effect where medicines have failed to make a difference. The game, dubbed Wizard, is found to be improving patient’s memory. The game is allowing schizophrenic patients live their lives better and with more independence. Read More…

Watch this Lego robot emulate the maker’s body movement with precision

Cyclops exoskeleton suit robot

The concept shown in Real Steel movie is quite intriguing where robots are controlled by their human counterpart’s body movements. Daniele Bendettelli seems to be inspired by that very sci-fi though as he has come-up with a cool way to control humanoid robot Cyclops MK ll that he build using Legos and electronic parts. He just has to wear a Bluetooth connected exoskeleton suit on his body and then whatever body movement he makes, the robot emulates that.
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World’s first water resistant socks ensure you walk dry in rains

5 water socks - water resistant socks-2

We all wear socks, and at some point all of us have dealt with problems of wearing wet socks. Drenched socks can become smelly, can get heavy and even lead to itching in the foot. To provide a realistic alternative to wet socks, Jaspreet Singh, an Indian origin student in Detroit, US, has developed water resistant socks he calls the 5 Water Socks. The name 5 Water Socks may sound peculiar, but it draws inspiration from Punjab, Indian state that Singh’s family belongs to. Punjab means ‘Land of Five Rivers’. Read More…

Samsung patents movable display UI for future smartwatches

Samsung movable display

Samsung has always been known to come-up with bold innovations and there is no reason why they should stop. In a latest patent filed by the electronics giant, they have come-up with the idea of a very interesting smartwatch user interface that changes position according to the position of wearer’s face. To do this the smartwatch uses camera, motion sensor and input via the microphone to locate the position and then determine where to position the screen elements.
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In India husbands are empowering wives with ‘self-defence umbrellas’

self defence umbrella

Did you know an umbrella could be used as a weapon; not as most effective weapon of course, but surely as an easy tool for self defence? Vodafone India has realized the incessant virtue and is running a campaign to empower women in rural parts of the country with self-defence umbrellas. The initiative is part of Vodafone m-pesa to educate, protect and empower women, reminding them that ‘safety, after all, lies in their own hands.’ Read More…

Next-gen Apple TV with its own App Store coming this September

Apple tv next generation

Trust me when I say, we have been long time waiting for Apple to announce the next-gen Apple TV (successor to the Apple TV] – yes, it’s been in works for quite some time now. The new Apple TV was once scheduled to launch at the World Wide Developers conference in June, Apple somehow dumped the plan and went ahead revealing Apple Music instead; leaving consumers like us waiting some more before we could have our hands on their new set-top box. If reports on BuzzFeed News are believed, we could be luck at the Cupertino giants’ event in September, when new Apple TV is scheduled to be introduced amid the new iPhones – and for real this time. Read More…

Android security flaw sends affected device into complete paralysis!

android security flaw

Android looks to be having a rough ride in the last couple of days owing to the Stagefright vulnerability that executes malicious codes through Multimedia Messaging System (MMS). Apparently this hack can affect any Android OS from 2.2 to the current 5.1.1 version which accounts for approximately 50% of all the Android-powered devices. Yet another headache just struck Google Android as a hack has propped-up that attacks the mediaserver service which controls video playback on the devices.
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