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The first batch of Playdate consoles sells out within minutes

The first batch of Playdate consoles sells out within minutes

20,000 game consoles sold out in just seventeen minutes.
Leica launches its first-ever smartphone

Leica launches its first-ever smartphone

The company specialises in cameras and optical lenses. So it doesn’t come as a surprise that the phone boasts a high-end camera.
Artificial intelligence rejoices as autonomous drones are faster than self-piloting drones

Artificial intelligence rejoices as autonomous drones are faster than self-piloting drones

The University of Zurich has developed a new flight path algorithm.
LG provides the PuriCare mask with a microphone and speaker

LG provides the PuriCare mask with a microphone and speaker

Now the facemask can purify the air without causing inconvenience when making phone calls.
Biologists discover how to increase crop yields by fifty per cent

Biologists discover how to increase crop yields by fifty per cent

To achieve this, scientists have introduced an FTO gene to plants.

Samsung has released a giant TV display

The 1000-inch device is known as the "Wall".

A state-of-the-art magnetic levitation train has been developed in China

The train can accelerate to an incredible speed of up to 600 km/h.

Samuel Reid wants to start advertising in space

The Canadian company will carry out the project in collaboration with SpaceX.

Investments in crypto-gaming companies are growing

According to a report released on July 30th by InvestGame, the first half of this year has seen significant investments in blockchain gaming companies.

Heatworks releases the Tetra tabletop dishwasher

The prototype of the dishwasher was first revealed during CES 2018.

Emperor Penguins are threatened with extinction

According to scientists, the species could become extinct by the end of the 21st century.

A YouTuber disagrees with a professor, and now they have a bet for $10 000

Both sides of the argument consider themselves winners.

The Su-75 is one of the best fighter jets in the world

Experts believe that the aircraft can compete with the American F-35.

Scientists discover a way to make water act as metal

To accomplish this, they experimented with crystal-clear liquid.

Dell Alienware computers are currently prohibited in the USA

The computers are now banned due to new energy efficiency standards.

An American rapper buys a planet

The legitimacy of the transaction, however, raises doubts.

An ultrasound patch can help to prevent heart attacks

The patch sends ultrasonic impulses into the human body and can report heart problems.

The Elite Rizer is an extremely realistic exercise bike

The bike has a feature that makes training not only more fun but also more effective.

BMW has revealed ideas for an electric scooter and bike

However, the company does not plan to manufacture them.

A cockatoo's high intelligence has gained some unusual validation

Australian parrots have demonstrated exceptional social abilities by teaching each other how to open waste bins.

A Spiral shaped house has been printed in Canada

The shape of the building relates to the so-called golden ratio, which is why it has been nicknamed "the Fibonacci house".

The world's first-ever 3D-printed bridge is constructed in the Netherlands

Queen Maxima was at the bridge's opening ceremony. The bridge connects the city canal banks in Amsterdam.

Richard Branson is giving away two Spaceplane tickets

The cost of just one trip is $250,000.

The deepest swimming pool in the world welcomes visitors

Dubai's new attraction is designed to entertain freediving fans.