Author: Gaurav

Samsung teases Galaxy S6 with curved edge screen

Samsung Galaxy S6

Samsung has been in the rumor mill for quite some time as they were spotted in the cloud for coming up with a curved edge display. Now Samsung has officially released the teaser video and photograph of the rumored smartphone on Instagram. There is not much that can be assimilated from these teasers, but what is clear is that the phone will have an all-metal design and it is designed to work for both left or right-handed modes.
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DIY Gjallarhorn rocket launcher replica made from 3400 Legos

Lego Gjallarhorn rocket launcher DIY

The love for Lego will not die soon and DIYers will find a way to use Legos as a building material for unique creations that are unmatchable. In the past too we have seen some amazing Lego creations, and now there is yet another one that is worth appreciating. This replica of the Gjallarhorn rocket launcher from the sci-fi shooter Destiny, put together using 3500 Legos is yet another addition to the uncountable line-up of things made from Lego bricks. Read More…

Wind-powered drone that can fly forever is under development

XAir Unmanned Aerial Systems wind powered drone

Drones that we have in the current era are highly dependent on their batteries which is directly proportional to the amount of time they can fly. A California-based startup XAir Unmanned Aerial Systems has all eyes set on changing this handicap with a drone that is wind-powered. Yes, a drone that flies propelled by the air it floats in. They have developed a prototype of this drone which so far has been able to fly for two hours non-stop without the requirement of any physical battery-powered source. There is just a solar panel which charges the electronics and the internal battery of this drone.
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Drysdale Dryvteck – Rare 2WD bike up for sale in Australia

DRYSDALE Dryvteck bike

2WD motorcycle with centrally located hydraulic steering

Have a look at this bike that uses hydraulic steering on both wheels and is powered by a two stroke engine. Designed by Ian Drysdale from Marburg, Queensland, this unique mechanical bike dubbed as Drysdale Dryvteck is up on eBay for sale through bidding. The current bid is staked at AU $10,000 and looks like it is going to stack-up even more.
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Lenovo’s pre-loaded Superfish vulnerability finally has a fix!

Lenovo Superfish bug fix

Microsoft and McAfee release Superfish vulnerability fix

It is quite embarrassing for a top computer selling company to be alleged with shipping of brand new laptops that carry a potentially dangerous adware/malware. That is exactly what Lenovo is going through as the preloaded software called Superfish has become its worst nemesis. Lenovo preloaded the software to supplement the shopping experience on the web of its users, but little did they know that it is going to be a tool that hackers can use to hijack vital information via SSL spoofing.
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Tissot Pocket Touch watch is tailor-made for adventure trips

Tissot Pocket Touch watch

For all you adventure junkies out there, Swiss premium brand Tissot has come-up with Tissot Pocket Touch timepiece. This pocket watch is based on the popular Tissot T-Touch collection watch and is perhaps one of the most plush adventure gear out there. Pocket Touch is 48mm wide, making it a compact timepiece that can be carried in your pocket or backpack during adventures. Keeping in mind that the Pocket Watch is going to be extensively used by adventure fanatics, therefore the case in made from steel and water-proof material which provides water resistance up to 100 meters.
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Dole Wearable Banana – World’s first eatable wearable for Tokyo Marathon 2015

Wearable banana Tokoyo Marathon 2015

The world of wearable technology is dominated by gadgets that aim to make your life better, give you up-to-date information on your fitness regimes or simply provide notifications from your mobile devices. But nothing can be as surprising as an edible wearable! Dole, the sponsors of Japan’s largest city marathon every year since 2008, the Tokyo Marathon, has come-up with a wearable banana!
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Sony SmartEyeglass Developer Edition SED-E1 announced for pre-order

Sony SmartEyeglass Developer Edition SED E1 augmented reality glasses

Smart glasses with low energy consumption monochrome display

After the launch of prototype Sony SmartEyeglass SDK in September 2014, all eyes were set as to when Sony would release the developers’ version. Good news has arrived as Sony has announced The SmartEyeglass Developer Edition SED-E1 augmented reality glasses which developers can explore. These HUD glasses can be combined with SmartEyeglass sensors, camera and smartphone features for a very unique hands-free experience.
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SenSei Glove aids blind people in sensing obstacles for easier commuting

SenSei Glove Nottingham University

Life is not easy when you have to spend whole of it not being able to see what’s around you. Many technologies have aimed to cure or get around this problem, but a very few have been close to curing it completely. The best approach is to develop alternative methods by which blindness can be countered. And what better than wearable technology. SenSei Glove developed by management students, Raivat Luthura and Serkan Oztas, from Nottingham University aims to help blind people by sensing the proximity of objects for safe navigation.
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$50 Delorean iPhone 6 case is as crazy as you’ll get!

Crazy Case Delorean Time Machine iPhone 6 accessory

If you though the Crazy Case Batmobile was cool, then you got to have a look at this Crazy Case Delorean Time Machine iPhone 6 accessory by Japanese case manufacturer Bandai. This iPhone 6 case is an exact replica of the iconic DeLorean from the 1989 movie. As you can see from the video transcript below, the case looks cool and is very tactically built in the form of a DeLorean with slots opening up to reveal the camera lens and other functional buttons of the iPhone 6.
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