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flexible electronics
As a writer you are confronted with trends, moods of groups that shape their outlook. A common concern and major topic of discussion is a shortage of resources in the world. Innovations in technology are really focused on elimination and what can be done to take away more of the stuff that fills our world both on a large...
android 7.0 tricks
Officially released for the first time on August 22nd, 2016, the 7.0 or Nougat version Android developed by Google, was the seventh major version of the Android operating systems. The OnePlus three smartphone, then came along riding on the 7.0 wave, and it was lauded for its affordability and features that were able to match the best in the market. The...
smartphone battery
Chances are, your phone has become something of an extension of yourself. You might even be reading this on your phone right now. Regardless of how much you use it, even the best batteries don't seem like they last nearly long enough, and you might find yourself charging it more than once during the day. What's going on here?...
spacex launch schedule
The Falcon 9’s much-awaited launch was successful. It was also a morale booster for SpaceX since their last launch in September 2016 ended up with the rocket exploding. This time round, SpaceX launched 10 Satellites into orbit for its customer, Iridium, which is a communications company. At the same time launching and landing Falcon 9’s stage booster onto its west...
apple homekit
Apple is all about staying on top of the heap of innovation, whether it's their products' designs, their iOS and MacOS operating systems, or their apps. The Cupertino-based company is now wanting to branch out into your entire home with their new HomeKit app. HomeKit allows you to connect compatible devices to its own interface and control things like light,...
snapdragon
As we continue to develop new ways to experience Virtual Reality (VR) and Alternate Reality (AR), more and more consumers are becoming interested in devices that offer experiences in different from everyday life. Companies like Google and Sony first kicked off this niche of smart eyewear, but now more private companies are joining in on the fun. At CES this...
millennials
Each generation of people has its own way of doing things. Its own way of being. This has been true nearly as long as humans have been around, or at least as long as we have been keeping records. The cries of 'kids today' and concerns about the 'oddness of youth' date back centuries, some of the earliest examples being...
ps4 tips and tricks
With the video game consoles on the market today, users are able to customize their own experiences when they sit down in front of their console-of-choice. The PS4 is no different. Here are 5 PS4 tips and tricks that you may not have heard of yet - but you'll definitely want to give them a try! Customize Your Home Screen While...
failed kickstarter projects
They offer promises of tomorrow’s technology today. So impressive is the blueprint (at least to the unsuspecting eye) of the soon to be launched gadget, that you go ahead and empty your wallet for one of the future! A total act of leap of faith into uncharted technology waters by benefactors to get a glimpse of the device once it...
flexible smartphone
Disclaimer: you are about to discover the circus phenomenon of phones. Do not try anything seen on this post with your personal one at home, all was made by professional appliances. Gymnastic Meets Technology What if our phones were not just smart, but also stretchy as a ballet dancer? Technology is dreaming about gadgets that may bend, and I particularly find...

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