• Oculus Quest
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    Facebook has announced Oculus Quest, a virtual reality headset it hopes will rejuvenate the VR industry. Facebook’s founder Mark Zuckerberg said the device would offer the types of VR experiences that previously required a device to be connected to a high-powered PC. It will be released in Spring 2019, priced at $399. Facebook released Oculus Go last ...
  • Maezawa
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    SpaceX, Elon Musk’s space transportation company, on Monday named its first private passenger on a voyage around the moon as Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa, the founder and chief executive of online fashion retailer Zozo. Maezawa is tentatively planning to make his moon flight in 2023 aboard SpaceX’s forthcoming Big Falcon Rocket spaceship, taking the race to ...
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    Huawei is planning to launch a smartphone with a fold-out screen within a year, according to the firm’s chief executive. Richard Yu said that Huawei was “already working on it”. Earlier this month, an executive at Huawei’s South Korean rival Samsung said it was time for his company to deliver a foldable smartphone. “Why are you still using ...
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    As anticipation and excitement boiled over, Apple launched its latest new iPhones. The three new models are much larger, faster, and pricier. The unveiled iPhone XS, XS Max and XR wowed the audience at California where the event took place. iPhone XS and XS Max have much larger screens than before. The XS has a ...
  • 5g
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    Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui who is the Minister for Information Technology and Telecommunication announced on Tuesday that Pakistan will be introduced to 5G network services in the next year. The country is already experiencing a great number of subscribers of 3G and 4G broadband services with increases in the number everyday. “We need to introduce more innovative ...
  • iphoneleak
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    Apple is widely expected to reveal three new iPhone models at an event it’s hosting in California on September 12th. Two of those phones are believed to be by-the-book updates of the current iPhone X and will be called the iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max. However, the third handset could be a slightly cheaper ...
  • AIcancer
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    Scientists have used artificial intelligence to predict how cancers will progress and evolve. This could help doctors design the most effective treatment for each patient. A team led by the Institute of Cancer Research London (ICR) and the University of Edinburgh developed a new technique known as Revolver (Repeated Evolution of Cancer). This picks out patterns in ...
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    After hyping the 3D Touch function which was a flagship feature of iPhone 6S in 2015, according to analysts Apple is going to be removing it altogether from the next generation of phones. The 3D Touch is a pressure-sensitive screen technology that is available in iPhones and the Apple watch but not other Apple gadgets. ...
  • kppolice
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    In a move to be more accessible to the youth and incorporate digital media in the police system, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police has launched a Snapchat account after launching an app earlier in the year. #KPPolice firmly believes in eradicating barriers to communication between department & citizens – people its ordained to serve & protect; SNAPCHAT Account ...
  • nikon
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    Nikon has unveiled its first full-frame mirrorless cameras, which are targeted at photography enthusiasts and professionals. The much-anticipated launch poses a challenge to Sony, which has had this segment of the market to itself. The move allows Nikon to make high-end cameras less bulky than before and provides an opportunity to develop new types of lenses. But ...
  • motorola
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    Motorola just launched their latest smartphone Motorola P30 and people couldn’t help but notice the startling similarities between it and Apple’s iPhone X. The company, which has been owned by Chinese computer firm Lenovo since 2014, has not yet commented on the criticism. Many experts are calling it a “shameless rip-off” and Google’s image recognition ...
  • sunprobe
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    The American space agency (Nasa) is all set to launch one of the most daring ventures in its history. It’s going to send a satellite closer to the Sun than any mission has done before. The Parker Solar Probe will dip directly into our star’s outer atmosphere, or corona. The spacecraft’s data promises to crack longstanding mysteries ...
  • note9
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    The latest in the Note series, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 just launched and we have all the best details for you. The phone is the biggest Galaxy phone ever, and you will definitely enjoy some of its upgrades. Here are the coolest new features of the smartphone: 1. Large screen and battery With 6.4 inches, ...
  • androidpie
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    The new version of Android’s operating system has been launched by Google named ‘Android Pie’, following their tradition of naming their operating systems after a confectionery or sweet. The new system offers better tracking of how you use apps and lets you set limits to prevent an overuse on your devices. It also promises a ...
  • fortnite
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    The developer of Fortnite has confirmed it will bypass the Google Play app store when the game is released for Android smartphones. The Google Play store lets Android users buy and download apps using a simple interface, although Google takes a 30% cut of sales made. Epic Games’ chief executive Tim Sweeney said 30% was “disproportionate” ...
  • facebook
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    Facebook and Instagram will roll out features that show people how much time they’ve spent on the apps. The effort is part of an ongoing effort to be more responsible with its community rather than push for engagement, the company stated. But experts aren’t convinced that these features will make an actual difference. According to recent ...
  • speed
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    A competition helping to drive development of the futuristic hyperloop transport system has been won by engineering students from Munich. The hyperloop idea involves passengers in pods travelling at very high speeds down sealed tunnels. The team’s pod hit 457 km/h on a 1.2 km test track. Run by the SpaceX aerospace company, the competition aims ...
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    Rolls-Royce has started developing a propulsion system for a flying taxi they want to launch by 2020. The British firm said it had drawn up plans for an “electric vertical take-off and landing” (EVTOL) vehicle, which could carry four to five people. The vehicle would be able to travel at the speed of 402 km/h for ...
  • tokyo
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    Japan’s TeamLab has created some of the most trippy, interactive and Instagram-able digital art installations ever. It’s only fitting, then, that the group is getting its own digital museum in Tokyo, thanks to developer Mori and Epson. The Mori Building Digital Art Museum has 100,000 square feet of exhibition space, with around 50 installations that generate imagery thanks to ...
  • supersuit
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    From tracking your daily target of 10,000 steps to using a smart watch to check our bank account, many of us already take advantage of wearable technology. But electronics that can be worn on the body are about more than personal convenience. One potential complication regards mobility. A lightweight, comfortable ‘super suit’ has been designed by Seismic, ...