Upcoming iPhone Models May Have the Same Design as iphone X

Apple will start three iPhones in 2018, and they may have the same design as last year’s iPhone X say multiple independent sources. The notch which cuts into the top side of the display to make room for Face ID camera components, the speaker, and the new selfie camera will be found on all new models this coming September. And of course, that means no new iPhones will have a Touch ID fingerprint sensor.

Flying Submarine can follow Wildlife

According to a study published by the team, the EagleRay uses little energy, has all the secrecy of a submersible and the speed of an aircraft, and uses a passively flooding and draining wing and a single electric motor/propeller combination that works in both the sky and the sea. At about 55 inches (140 centimeters) long with a wingspan of 59 inches (150 centimeters), it’s far too small for people to ride inside, but it’s a step toward the fancy cars that science fiction is so fond of.

LEGO® Bricks and Drones

Children and families go to the LEGO® World expo in Copenhagen in February 15-18 Denmark, and they will have the chance to make their brick-building dreams take flight with a flight of small drones created by the Human Media Lab at Queen’s University in Canada in collaboration with the LEGO Group’s Creative Play Lab. Visitors will be able to experience and play with new technology combining LEGO® bricks and drones. Children have a chance to arrange Lego elements whatever shape they want. With the help of small sensors and gyroscopes, the system also tracks when the children move, twist and bend their designs. The drones faithfully replicate any shape alterations as an in-air animation.

How SpotMini Robot opens the Door

Boston Dynamics posted a video of its SpotMini robot: how the robot opens the door. Boston Dynamics has an extraordinary technical team of engineers and scientists that aren’t stopping to amaze us. At first sight, it’s a quite incredible feat.…

US Confirms NASA Supersonic Aircraft

US President Donald Trump announced in his 2019 budget plans to develop the new experimental supersonic aircraft.
The Supersonic aircraft is aimed at making “flight greener, safer and quieter; all while developing aircraft that travel faster, and building an aviation system that operates more efficiently,” said NASA Administrator Charles Bolden. NASA is calling its quieter sonic boom design “low boom” technology.

LG Introduces AI camera features for new V30 model

LG was rumored to launch a new smartphone called the V30s, which will be an upgraded version of its V30 flagship at MWC this year. This new AI feature is very much focused on image recognition and is going to get featured on “the 2018 version of the LG V30”. The so-called Vision AI can automate image analysis for shooting mode recommendations along with object recognition and shopping suggestion. LG says that it’ll be showing off “the first of a suite of AI technologies” on a new version of the V30 at Mobile World Congress this month, seemingly confirming a recent rumor out of Korea.

5G Mobile Networks will come in 2019

Eighteen global carriers will start 5G speed trials in 2018, using a new Qualcomm modem that’s built to handle huge amounts of data at almost instantaneous speeds. The list includes Verizon, AT&T and Sprint in the US; Orange, BT and Vodafone in the UK and Telstra in Australia.

Apple Officially Presented its New Apple Watch

It´s a fitness tracker, a music player, a communications device, a handheld portal to other apps, a virtual wallet making payments via Apple Pay, a remote control for Apple TV, an electronic key to open doors, and a smart control device to manage your house. It boasts swipe-to-glance features, voice-activated controls, and mail functionalities. It´s being charged via a combination of magnets and inductive charging. The Apple Watch will start at $349 in the US for the aluminum and glass Apple Watch Sport. The Apple Watch comes in two case sizes, 38mm and 42mm. Both of which can be set up to work on either your left or your right wrist.

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