5 Incredible Technology You Didn't Know Existed

    From augmented reality games where you shoot down enemies with the flash of your smartphone camera to a device that turns any AC into a smart cooling solution, here is a round-up of some of the most promising and innovative technology on the market which you might not have known existed!

  • Software & Apps

    Samsung’s new app brings VR to bedtime stories, works with Google Cardboard

    Samsung's new Gear VR app will let children view virtual reality bedtime stories when their parents are away on summer vacations or business trips. It provides a high-tech alternative to reading a nighttime story from a children's book. The VR app could also be a good solution for kids who cannot fall asleep, or miss their dad or mom.

  • Tablets

    Apple iPad helps non-verbal autistic teen learn to speak in new short film

    Apple's new short films that were released during the weekend star an autistic teenager who is non-verbal. They highlight the importance of mobile devices having accessibility features and apps for people with special needs. Technology has had a big effect on the life of 16-year-old Dillan Barmache who now uses an iPad and software to talk with people near him.

  • LIFE

    Hong Kong man builds robot that uncannily looks like Scarlett Johansson

    A Hong Kong apartment was the workspace of an inventor who built a lifelike robot that seems to be inspired by Hollywood actress Scarlett Johansson. His pet project took one and a half years to complete and had a total cost of $50,000. The Mark I prototype is an android that includes a 3D printed skeleton and silicone skin that covers the electronic and mechanical parts that bring the machine to life.

  • Business

    Tesla Model 3: Elon Musk unveils sleek $35,000 EV sedan with 215-mile range

    Tesla Motors gave an early preview of its Model 3 sedan at an Apple-like launch event near Los Angeles on April 1, Thursday, announcing that over 130,000 people had already ordered the electric vehicle (EV) that is set to start production runs in 2017. Tesla CEO Elon Musk introduced a Model 3 prototype in Hawthorne, California with hundreds of Tesla car owners and media members at the unveiling event. The SpaceX founder announced that the company's new electric car will have a price tag starting at $35,000 and a range of 215 miles (346 kilometers).


    Oculus’ first Rift headset hand-delivered by founder Palmer Luckey to happy customer

    Oculus VR founder Palmer Luckey delivered the company's first pre-ordered virtual reality headset to a lucky customer. The first batch of the VR devices are shipping now but the first unit bought was hand-delivered by the company executive instead of delivery personnel from FedEx, DHL, or United States Postal Service. The big event was live-streamed by Oculus' parent company Facebook.

  • Internet

    Sony PlayStation Vue: Best in the league of Internet TV; Better compared to Sling TV

    PlayStatio Vue is going to be Sony's latest alternative for Cable TV. Sony is not the only company in the quest, as the likes of Apple have been trying to do this for years with an Internet-based TV delivery service model to take on cable.

  • Legal

    Google’s self-driving car accident with public bus caught on video

    A Google self-driving car was in an accident with a public bus on Valentine's Day based on a report that showed up last month. The Alphabet company's autonomous vehicle (AV) was mostly at fault when it hit the bus while moving around some sandbags. A new video is the first one to show the minor crash between the robot car and city bus.

  • Software & Apps

    Teenagers react to Windows 95 in era of smartphones, Wi-Fi

    Windows 95 installed on a desktop computer was introduced to teenagers in a new video in which they reacted to the old-school Microsoft operating system. It was launched in an era before laptops, smartphones, and Wi-Fi connectivity. This is the latest video in the Teens React to Technology series produced by The Fine Brothers.


    Apple TV’s Video streaming feature may potentially be the future of Smart TVs

    Many people are patiently waiting for the Cupertino-based tech company to release their video streaming feature on Apple TV, as the much awaited video streaming is forecasted to possibly set a trend across all Smart TVs.

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