Get these Iron Man themed gadgets and you’re already a superhero!

Iron Man Gadgets

One superhero that has captured the imagination of many out there is surely Iron Man. This modern day, one man army against the evil is super cool and inspires many to follow suite. So it is pretty obvious that gadgets inspired by Iron Man are quite popular and in plenty out there. So, let’s check-out our choice collection of the best Iron Man themed gadgets that are too hard to resist and you’ll like for sure.
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I bet you’ve not seen anything like this Iron Man armor before

Asgardian Iron Man armor by Prince Armory

I have to be very honest with this (without sounding promotional) – having seen endless number of Iron Man costumes in time, I will have to hand this with top slot for being the best out there. Designed and developed by Samuel Lee of Prince Armory; the Asgardian Iron Man full body armor is made from leather and brass hardware. Like me, you may want to own this suit, but sadly, this is one-off and is not for sale; however, you can be lucky, since Prince Armory is ready to discuss custom orders. Rest assured you will need bloody deep pockets to own it. Read More…

Batman v. Superman Lego Batmobile coming to Comic-Con

Lego batmobile Batman v. Superman

While you are preparing for the Comic-Con kicking off in San Diego on July 9, you must keep in mind that a new Lego Batmobile is going to be one of the main attractions there. Lego is preparing to unveil construction kit for a Batmobile designed after the caveman’s ride to be featured in Zack Snyder directed “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”, scheduled to release on March 25, next year. The Lego Batmoble set comprises 306 pieces, and comes with pair of stud shooters, Batman minifig, two mysterious characters and an additional ride. Read More…

Europe ends roaming charges, lays down stiffer net neutrality rules

EU-no-roaming net neutrality

Roaming charges and net neutrality are two prime concerns for Telcos around the world. In order to ensure there are no delays in a confirmed footing on the issue in the European Union; Latvian presidency has arrived at a provisional agreement with the European Parliament, which promises to ensure secure open internet access and to end roaming charges in the European Union as of June 15, 2017. The European deal is yet to be official confirmed by all member states for the Council. Read More…

Apple Music has arrived and it’s impressive, here’s all that you need to know

Apple Music service

Apple Music service was announced at WWDC 2015 for all the iOS devices and it was promised for an early arrival. That promise has been served as Apple launched the service along with Connect, Beats 1 Radio and Apple Music Radio service to beef-up the music streaming arena for Apple Music. This service will stream 24 hours of non-stop music that you like and comes with the unique way to connect with your favorite artists. Apple claims that the service will begin with over 30 million songs, going one-on-one with services such as Spotify.
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Facebook Messenger payment is successfully possible throughout US

Facebook Messenger Payment

It’s been a long time coming; and now finally it’s here for all Facebook fanatics in the United States. Facebook has introduced its long awaited person-to-person payment feature for its Messenger users in the U.S., which will allow any Facebook Messenger user to attach his debit card and make payments with just a few taps. Besides being easy to use, the payment process is completely secure. The payment goes directly from sender’s checking account to the recipient’s checking account. Read More…

If Bugatti Veyron was not fast enough then just wait for Chiron to arrive

Bugatti Chiron

There have been rumors about Bugatti working on a Veyron successor, and now it is confirmed as VW Group chairman Martin Winterkorn confirmed it in an interview with German magazine Bild AM. The supercar is going to be called Buggati Chiron and it won’t be a surprise if it catches everyone by surprise when it is going to be finally released sometime next year. The car will be lighter and faster as compared to a decade old Veyron, all thanks to its technologically advanced electrically driven turbochargers with all-wheel torque vectoring.
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Samsung working on Li-ion batteries with twice the battery life

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Samsung smartphones don’t have the best of batteries that promise to last beyond a day. Thankfully a new study claims researchers at Samsung are working on lithium-ion batteries that could keep your Samsung phone charged for twice the time than currently possible. Surely, the novel battery isn’t making into the flagship Galaxy S7 since the technology is still work-in-progress, but if all goes as planned; the batteries could soon find their way into the forthcoming Samsung phones. Samsung is confident that new batteries can be a commercially viable alternative. Read More…

Divergent Microfactories Blade: 3D printed supercar that shoots from 0-60 mph in just 2 seconds!

Divergent Microfactories Blade 3D printed supercar

A car that can go from 0-60 mph in just 2 seconds flat. Boy! that is impressive. And if it is made from 3D printing technology, then there is even more reason for the amazement. Blade is a 3D printed supercar made by San Fransisco-based startup Divergent Microfactories. Although calling it a completely 3D printed car may not be fair since it has carbon fiber bodywork too, so that the overall weight is kept down to 1,400 lb. That is about 90 percent lighter than your average road legal car.
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Google’s Chrome TouchBot ensures Android and Chrome devices are lag free

Chrome TouchBot

There is one issue that just about everyone faces with their phones; it’s that supper annoying lag which makes you feel as if the phone is taking an age to register a touch. Google devices are no different to the annoying latency, but Google wants to change that with its new devices. For this, Google has come up with a robotic rig that tests software and hardware of Android devices and Chrome OS devices to keep them free of the lag. Dubbed the Chrome TouchBot, the robot has been custom built for Google by a Finnish company called OptoFidelity. Read More…