Flexible displays are the latest trend among modern manufacturers of electronics. But what is the point having a flexible screen if it is poorly compatible with standard electronic components? Conventional lithium-ion batteries do not bend, and therefore, it is high time to invent a new generation of batteries.
The new model is a logical continuation of the Spyder tricycle by the same manufacturer. “Rally Edition” added to the title refers to the vehicle’s functional component.
Spot robot dog is one of Boston Dynamics’s most famous creations. The manufacturer did not venture to put it on sale for the long time, but it has finally happened recently. To support the launch, the company published its presentation video and shared the machine’s characteristics.
The renowned engineering company has released a new video presenting the new capabilities of its Atlas robot. The robot’s movements are striking in their precision and coordination.
The gadget's "wrap-around" screen attracts the most attention: it takes up almost the gadget’s entire body. The device will go on sale this winter.
The company's engineers have improved the gadgets’ performance and functions with a third camera being the most important change in the design of the latest iPhone models.
The device is a simplified version of the Thronos seat released by the company a year ago. The new version is devoid of automatic transmissions, enabling personalized adjustments of the seat for each player.
The new device will serve as an excellent alternative to phones with flexible screens. The smartphone is called LG G8X ThinQ, and it was recently presented at the IFA 2019 consumer electronics trade show in Berlin.
The company has demonstrated the prototype of its augmented reality (AR) lightweight glasses for the military. Work on the device has been underway since 2017.
The device’s distinguishing feature is an advanced camera with a 6-fold zoom. The drone is a logical continuation of the last year's model, designed for underwater photography.
There has been public testing of SQ3D building printer recently. As part of the test, S-Squared 3D Printers has managed to print a residential building in just 12 hours.
British engineer Matthew Perks has found an unconventional application for an unserviceable display – the inventor has made a handy fluorescent lamp out of it.