Every model is created exclusively for the customer. To purchase an electric scooter, you will need to send your photo to the creators.
A team of German scientists have developed Kalea, a kitchen gadget capable of turning food waste into compost in just two days.
The device is called a C-Face, and by recording muscle contractions, the headphones can transform facial expressions into emojis.
Apple has showcased its new range of phones: iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max.
The device is going to be known as Omni One, and it is ideal for both sports and computer games.
In 2019, Hyundai introduced the concept of a walking car. This week it has been revealed that the project is going to be developed.
The device allows the user to move while remaining on the spot.
Toyota Robotics division is actively working to develop a new generation of "smart homes" with built-in robotic, au pair assistants.
The leading investor in the music project is American entrepreneur Kevin Rose.
The upcoming update will allow Instagram and Messenger users to communicate without having to install an additional app.
ZeniMax Media is the owner of several game studios. They own the Doom series, Quake, Fallout, and Elder Scrolls, as well as other popular franchises.
As the plaintiff states, Instagram collects confidential data about its users through unauthorized access to their devices.
Facebook Business Suite enables entrepreneurs can interact more effectively with customers.
As part of a new round of seed funding, a subsidiary of Framework Ventures managed to raise $ 8 million.
An American startup founded by a Russian received a significant investment. What is this project about?
As you know, the popular service is facing a ban on its operations in the United States. In response, the company released an original merch.
3D printing has been called a disruptive technology that can dramatically transform the housing market. The startup “Mighty Buildings” clearly demonstrates that these are not just empty words.
Chelsea Football Club and IT company Chelsea Digital Ventures have created a VR app for teaching soccer. Now anyone can take professional training.
The novelty is called Mi TV LUX OLED Transparent Edition. Besides the see-through screen, the TV can boast a 55-inch panel.