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Capcom speaks about cooperation with the Japanese police

Capcom speaks about cooperation with the Japanese police

Japan's largest video game manufacturer has confirmed its involvement in the PR campaign run by the local law enforcement agencies to recruit new specialists.
Flying car races set for 2020

Flying car races set for 2020

The races will take place in the Mojave desert in the United States. The event will be organized by Australian company Alauda. 
Hans Zimmer authors the new BMW electric car sound

Hans Zimmer authors the new BMW electric car sound

The composer is an ardent fan of Cyberpunk aesthetics which makes him an excellent fit for writing "music" for the new BMW engine.

A standard screen is not enough for you? Use Trio!

Mobile Pixels is famous for its Duo slide-out screen that went on sale last year. But one additional display was not enough for some people, so the company introduced a new product.

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Charge your gadgets from the sun with the Ebörd table

The Ebörd from the Spanish startup Proton New Energy Future is one of the many wireless charging devices launched recently. But if similar gadgets need to be connected to the power network, this table is completely independent.

Like stickers in the back window of your car? This device will make them a thing of the past!

The Pashko brothers have spent a long time trying to find a way to express their love for their favourite hockey team, the Pittsburgh Penguins. They took their project so seriously that it turned into an entire project on the crowdfunding platform Indiegogo.

Volvo autonomous truck finds first application

Last fall, a prototype of the Volvo Vera autonomous electric truck was presented in Sweden. The car recently passed preliminary tests and found its first practical application.

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Drones will help French winemakers take their products to the next level

The south of France is a region famous for its wine. In the near future, this fame might get to the next level as local winemakers are actively implementing innovations in their industry.  Today, you can already find drones identifying sick plants, creating agricultural maps and predicting crop yields in the Fronton province.

Uber set to launch air taxi service next month

Uber representatives have shared the company’s plans to launch an air taxi service as soon as next month. At first, the service will only be available for New York residents. Helicopter taxis will operate on a single route.

IKEA creates furniture of the future

Widespread migration into major metropolitan areas is leading to an increase in real estate prices and a reduction in living areas. Each square meter makes a difference, and future furniture has to make effective use of available space. Furniture giant IKEA is currently working on developing the right technology to achieve this.

What Did Apple Present at Its Annual Conference?

California is hosting the 30th annual WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) conference for developers working on Apple platforms. The company presented its new products awaiting us this year.

Looking Glass Pro: a new kind of computer display

Looking Glass is an American startup which has received funding of over $14 million last year to build the first ever holographic display that doesn’t require additional filters to operate. In the end, the company chose to build an entire computer.

IKEA goes online

Many companies are gradually shifting from their retail sales model to online apps. IKEA is no exception, announcing an upcoming release of a mobile app for shopping.