Author: Gaurav

Moskito smartwatch turns into bike speedometer when needed

Moskito smatwatch

As reality has hit the tech community, it has become evident that smartwatches are not as popular as they were initially intended to be. But who says that a smartwatch should only do the fancy fitness tracking stuff? Moskito, a start-up company from Berne, Switzerland has created an analog watch that doubles as a handy accessory for your bike. It shows the current speed, distance travelled and the average speed over a designated route. While doing all that it stills beams notifications from your connected mobile device.
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Researchers develop robotic hand having the feeling of pain

Robotic hand with feeling of pain

We have come to a point where robots look so convincing you’ll look twice to confirm. But what about their ability to feel things like us? That is a complicated ability which requires a lot of research. Giving us all a new way to look at future robots who’ll look, behave and feel just like humans, Cornell have developed an advanced robotic hand. Headed by Robert Shepherd, assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering and principal investigator of Organic Robotics Lab, the robotic hand has feelings in its limbs.
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Finger swipes on phone screen will power its guts – MSU’s innovation for energizing gadgets

MSU innovation

The need for finding an endless resource to power new day gadgets is the craving of every leading research center in the world. That one magic material which will provide us with an abundant resource of power, enough to keep our gadgets charged for weeks even months. Well, Michigan State University engineering researchers have taken a detour and come-up with an ingenious way to charge phones, and could pave way for future mobile device charging mechanisms.
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Carat Pro wireless earbuds coach you on the go

Carat Pro wireless earbuds_1

Samsung has shown what wireless earbuds need to be like, and that said, things are only going to get better in the future. It is certain that your wireless earbuds will be mostly used during fitness activities, and designing them for such activities will reap profits for manufacturers. Since the market for wireless earbuds is still wide open, start-ups are investing their time in developing fitness centric wireless earbuds.
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Samsung Galaxy S8 to have major facelift and hardware changes

Samsung Galaxy S8

Samsung suffered a loss of more than $6 billion with the Galaxy Note 7 debacle, and more than that, a permanent tarnishing of global image to their brand. To rectify the situation, Samsung has big plans in mind, and Galaxy S8 smartphone will see a major facelift to place them back on the top position. This is just the tip of the iceberg, as the cosmetic change will surely be accompanied by other hardware changes to make this flagship irresistible.
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Nintendo’s Super Mario Run: Must-have arcade game for your iPhone 7

Nintendo Super Mario Run

Alright, so it’s almost less than a week before your have the official Nintendo Super Mario Run game on your iPhone. The iOS app will launch on 15 December 2016, and already there is hype over this arcade running adventure game. Since, Mario has been the popular game of the 90s, the nostalgic feeling of playing it on your mobile device is making everyone go wild.
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British veteran makes his own Spitfire aircraft at home

Alan James homemade Spitfire aircraft_5

When we talk of DIYs, making a functional aircraft at home is regarded as one of the most difficult task. That’s the reason why this homemade Spitfire by 63-year old Alan James from England is so special. Embarking on this project was not easy for him as he had to search across Europe for the specialist parts required to make it. After putting numerous hours and almost £18,000 into building the homemade Spitfire, James now flies proudly in his aircraft. Mind you, it took him almost three years to build this masterpiece.
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Lexus turns 2017 IS sedan into a gesture-controlled music visualizer

Lexus LIT IS

You have driven fancy cars all your life or maybe if you are not that lucky, you did it in racing games. Four wheelers spark your desire to live life in the fast lane, and if your ride is the coolest in town, it’s an added bonus. Have a look at this 2017 Lexus IS, and it’ll become an object of your desire. Sadly money can’t buy it, as it’s been created as a one off piece. It is draped in 41,999 programmable LEDs which turn it into a canvas for a striking visualization. Frankly, if this was a street legal car, it would grab all the attention on the streets.

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