The Super Toughness of the Galaxy S8 Battery Impresses Fans

So, everyone knows that Samsung has had issues in the past with some of the batteries in the Galaxy Note 7 phones blowing up....

Meet Flying Eye – The World’s First Broadcast Quality 6K VR Drone

Drones are becoming very popular and are being used in all kinds of situations. The same can be said for VR. Now combine the...

3D Printing Brings Movie Characters to Life Like Never Before

Anime fans everywhere are going crazy for the new fantasy, cyberpunk movie, Ghost in the Shell. What makes this production so intriguing is the...

3D Printed Keys may Become the Next Big Security Device

Keys come in many shapes, sizes, and forms and have been around for a very long time.  From metal padlocks to electronic key-cards, the...

An Iconic Bluetooth Speaker From NIMA

Personalizing electronic devices has become very popular in recent times. At this point, Nima Bluetooth speakers are preoccupied as a very ambitious product. The helmet features...

Modern and Retro Intertwine with Penna – the Retro Bluetooth Keyboard

Another of Kickstarter's marvelous projects, Penna is the new retro Bluetooth keyboard that's designed to look like a typewriter but give you the functionality...

Is the Future of Helicopters in Bell’s New Concept Aircraft?

A new helicopter concept has been released by Bell Helicopter that incorporates new and emerging aircraft design technologies. Helicopters, in general, are becoming a...

Transform Your Desktop into a Workshop With Snapmaker: the All-Metal 3D Printer

We all know that 3D printers are amazing. The problem is that many of them are still bulky, expensive, and difficult to use.  However,...

10 Fantastic Galaxy S8 Features You Won’t Get From an iPhone

The wait is finally over! Samsung has now unveiled its new Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ smartphones and living up to their reputation; they're...

Innovative New Process Uses Bacteria to 3D Print Materials

Custom 3D printed materials like graphene could soon start being created using printed bacteria thanks to a team of scientists at the Delft University...

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