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As predicted, the new model will include a funky looking camera array with three sensors aligned in a triangular shape.   New colors include midnight green, space gray, silver, and a new gold color. The display comes in 6.5 inches and 5.8 inches. The screen is a new OLED panel…
While nuclear reactors may still feel futuristic, they're far from the cutting edge. Until recently, every nuclear plant in America ran on decades-old analog technology. Now, scientists and engineers have transitioned Purdue University Reactor Number One (PUR-1) to all-digital, in hopes that they'll be able to push nuclear technology forward.…
Wifi is something that most people can’t live without, but for many, it can also be a source of frustration. You don’t necessarily need to live in a large house or sprawling apartment to run into wifi dead zones, which can make staying connected a problem. A single router can…
You may invest in top-of-the-line tech like smart TVs, laptops, and smartphones with the fastest performance, but these latest features hardly matter if your networking hardware is out of date. Today may be the best day to finally upgrade that old Wi-Fi router or cable modem thanks to Amazon’s Deal…
The race toward flying taxis continues, with German company Volocopter unveiling its latest iteration, dubbed the VoloCity. The fourth-generation electrical take-off and landing aircraft (eVTOL), which the company hopes to build and certify for flying permits soon, is meant for flying within cities.   “The VoloCity is our most powerful…
It may already be easy to get sucked into a binge-worthy TV show, but 4k smart TVs make it even easier. Samsung has a wide range of smart TVs with Ultra HD, LED, or QLED features from 43 to 82 inches in size—and right now a bunch of them are…
A new report says that when it comes time to vote in the 2020 elections, as many as 16 million voters will have no choice but to use electronic machines with no paper trail.   The estimate, made by the Brennan Center for Justice, assumes that Louisiana, New Jersey, Texas,…