As every year, the annual back-to-back weekend festival at Coachella is here, and the famous Beats by Dre has decided to design a special version of one of his product.
Twitter has FINALLY decided to stretch its 140-character Limit.
In the next days they’ll release an update that will help you, me and all their users, to be “more expressive”. Continue reading “Bye bye 140”
The future of wearable camera technology is a contact lens. At least, that’s what Google, Samsung, and now Sony seem to think. All three have patented their own contact lens cams in the last 2 years. According to sonyalpharumors.com, Sony conglomerate’s iteration of a lens looks to be very advanced with a built-in camera, storage and transmission unit. Not only does the patent show a … Continue reading Sony’s smart contact lens camera
Do you want a Moto360 but the stock design is not as cool as you want it? You can now customize it as you prefer. Click the link and start customize it. (You can connect your Moto360 with both Android and iOS) Have a great day, FF Continue reading Custom Moto360? Here it is!
A folding electric bike that is super strong but super light…do you think that it’d be possible only in a dream? Maybe not, Ford has made this dream one step closer to reality with its MoDe:Flex eBike. This is not a “simple bike”, the fully-connected cycle connects to the rider’s smartphone to plan routes, see forecasts and access fitness information. There’s also a function known … Continue reading I want to run my Bicycle, I want to run my Ford
Skrillex, that sort of dwarf with long hair that jump everywhere (of course I’m joking), has designed a series of limited-edition phone cases for Android.
With the latest iOS update 8.3 the emoji keyboard on the Apple iPhone has been updated to include “diverse” emojis, with a range of skin tones and different family combinations.
Sony has announced a limited edition Batman: Arkham Knight PS4 bundle, including a special themed console.
Continue reading “Master Wayne, here’s your Bat-console”
The hi-tech giant Microsoft, the ultra famous Harvard University and the singer Taylor Swift are among the buyers of web addresses with the suffix “.porn” and “.adult”, in a move aimed for protect their image before the addresses become “public” for everyone this summer.
Continue reading “NSFW domains”