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Harry Metcalfe Takes a Look at the Caterham Project V

This past summer, Caterham unveiled Project V, their first serious foray into electric vehicles. The car has classic sports car features but looks like nothing the company has previously presented. Now, the model is being showcased to the media and here Harry Metcalfe gets a walkthrough of it. Caterham aims for the small car to […]

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Microsoft patents backpack filled with sensors

Microsoft has been granted a patent for a somewhat peculiar backpack filled with various types of sensors. Microsoft refers to it as an ‘Artificial intelligence assisted wearable,’ and the idea seems to be that the backpack will function as a sort of smart assistant. Built into the backpack are features including GPS, compass, cameras, LED […]

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Lenovo unveils ThinkVision 27 3D

Lenovo has showcased a new monitor that can display 3D content without the need for special glasses. This has been achieved using a lens that shows different images to the user’s two eyes, creating a kind of 3D effect for the viewer. However, Lenovo’s own software is required for both creating and viewing 3D objects. […]

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SpaceX is testing Starship’s engines

Last Friday, SpaceX conducted engine tests on the Super Heavy rocket, which is intended to eventually carry their Starship into space. This marked the second test of the 33 Raptor engines designed to lift Booster 9 of the Super Heavy from the ground. During the initial test on August 9th, only 29 of the engines […]

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Some gameplay from Modern Warfare III

Yesterday, Activision released some gameplay from the upcoming Modern Warfare III. The clip showcases gameplay from the campaign, which, as usual, will feature a lot of action. Activision also confirmed the dates for the game’s upcoming beta periods. People on PlayStation will be able to play from October 6th to October 10th. Then, there will […]

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DJI releases Air 3

DJI is now releasing another drone, and this time it comes with dual cameras, which is a first for the Air series. The drone has a wide-angle camera and a 3x telephoto camera, both equipped with a 1/1.3-inch CMOS sensor and a pixel size of 2.4 micrometers. The wide-angle lens is equivalent to 24mm and […]

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Koenigsegg reveals more about Gemera

Koenigsegg shared some additional details about the production-ready version of the Gemera last Friday, but only to a select group of invitees. Some information leaked from that event, but now Koenigsegg has officially released more information. The car features a three-cylinder engine delivering 600 horsepower and 600 Nm of torque. In addition to that, it […]

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Panasonic Lumix GH6 firmware v2.3

The new firmware version for the Lumix GH6 can be downloaded for free and expands the camera’s video capabilities. The Lumix GH6 is already one of the most capable mirrorless cameras for video recording, and its compact form factor and abundant features have made it a favorite among videographers, both amateur and professional. Now, a […]

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Huawei wants to put cameras in your ears

Huawei has recently secured a patent for earbuds equipped with cameras on the sides. These cameras are intended to assist the user by capturing information about their environment beyond their direct field of vision. For instance, they could alert the user to approaching objects, thereby improving safety on the road. Additionally, they could provide navigation […]

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Enormous gravitational waves discovered

Since the confirmation of the existence of gravitational waves in 2015, researchers around the world have continued to search for them. Using new technology, a team of researchers has now discovered gravitational waves stretching across several light-years. 190 astronomers from the North American Nanohertz Observatory for Gravitational Waves (NANOGrav) have been tracking radio waves from […]

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In-depth report on the submarine Titan

Last week, the submarine Titan imploded near the wreckage of the Titanic with five people on board. Initially, it was uncertain whether the underwater vessel had imploded or simply lost contact with the outside world, but after wreckage parts were found, it appears that implosion is indeed what occurred. In the video above from CBS, […]

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Google is rumored to be working on the Chromebook X

Google may be on the verge of launching a new brand for Chromebook computers, reportedly called “Chromebook X.” According to 9to5Google, this would involve laptops and tablets with slightly higher performance than many of the relatively inexpensive Chromebooks currently sold. Initially, Chromebooks were developed to primarily run everything through the ChromeOS web browser, Chrome. However, […]

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The game “Aliens Dark Descent” is out now

Today is an exciting day for all fans of the Alien franchise and real-time strategy game enthusiasts. “Aliens Dark Descent” has finally been released, and the reviews have been mostly positive. The Alien franchise has had its highs and lows when it comes to games, from the standout “Alien Isolation” to the extremely buggy “Aliens […]

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Microsoft stops making games for Xbox One

In an interview with Axios, Xbox Game Studios head Matt Booty stated that Microsoft’s game studios will no longer develop games for their previous console, Xbox One. Instead, all the focus now lies on developing new titles for Microsoft’s latest consoles, Xbox Series X and Series S. For those who own an Xbox One, it […]

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Trailer: Carl’s Date

Check out a brand-new trailer celebrating Pixar Animation Studios’ “Carl’s Date.” Opening exclusively in theaters June 16 in front of Disney and Pixar’s “Elemental,” the all-new short marks a return to the studio’s tradition of pairing its feature films with animated shorts on the big screen. Written and directed by Academy Award® nominee and Emmy® […]

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NASA astronauts to be tested in Kraken

The US space agency NASA will soon begin allowing its astronauts to test the simulator Kraken, originally developed by the US Navy. Kraken can best be described as a giant washing machine that tosses around whoever is inside the simulator at accelerations that can reach three times Earth’s gravity. The idea behind letting astronauts test […]