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Harold Roscoe 2018-06-15
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Zacke has fixed its own Jurassic Jeep

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Beatrice Patterson 2016-06-21
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Sphero recently showed off her new bluetooth ball Spark and as the name suggests, it is a sequel to Kick addressed to people who wanted to learn how to develop and schools.

The Verge has taken a look at the ball to see what you can do with it.

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Pamelia Lally 2016-05-18
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The idea for this tennis robot was born after years of table tennis matches against each other and when they began studying in different parts built one brother a prototype robot to practice in secret.

A dozen prototypes later, has now launched Trainerbot on Kickstarter.

The project is seeking 80,000 dollars and if you want one you have to donate at least $ 329 excluding shipping.

With Trainerbot can, via an associated mobile app, create your own workouts so you can get better at the different tennis teams.

You can set each on the table the ball will land, how fast it will go and whether there should be any spin on the ball.

Bonus Cut below where people from Ars Technica and The Verge takes a closer look at this device.

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Thomas Jones 2017-09-25
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Google and Levi's has finally released its own smart jacket Commuter x Jacquard, previously known as Project Black, and not entirely unexpectedly, The Verge put your hands on a copy to see what the thing really is.

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Mary Condie 2016-06-01
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some time ago, Samsung started the Creative Labs where Samsung employees were able to work on their own products alongside their normal work.

Some of these products showcased at CES that the smart belt Welst and miniskrivaren Idea Printer and it seems that Samsung wants to invest more in these products, then, five new companies have launched from the incubator.

18 people will now leave Samsung and start working on the companies to work on their various products.

According to Samsung, the products will from startupföretagen to be shown to the public sometime in the second half of the year.

Above you see a video where The Verge takes a look at the belt Welt.

via The Verge news.samsung.com

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Thomas Jones 2016-06-30
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A few years ago appeared Pebble on Kickstarter and broke records when it comes to money collected on the site with just over 10 million.

When the company showed off the Pebble Time used Kickstarter again and this time hit man collecting a record $ 20.3 million.

Now, the third campaign ended and it seems that the hype around smart watches have dippat slightly and collection Pebble 2-bells landed at $ 12,800,000.

Although there was a further milestone in Pebbles career that is still $ 12.8 million a pretty impressive sum and the company managed to bring in 70,000 pre-orders of the clock and 20,000 pre-booked the new unit Core.

Above you can see when The Verge takes a look at new Pebble second

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Manuel Darcangelo 2016-12-02
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Photo: Ken Welsh / Alamy

Ubåtsbil, Spotify's future and Kindles new language.

For those who have money to spend and always wanted to be able to drive a car under water, so tips Mashable about The undersea Aquahoverer.

According to IDG.see, it looks as if Spotify can start to turn a profit next year.

The Verge takes a look at Tesla's self-driven competitors, Delphi and hp engine, which tells about the future in their fields.

Amazon's e-reader Kindle allow now to their readers, reading books on languages like Hindi, Tamil and Marathi, reports Mashable.

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Michael Nicewander 2019-10-10
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I have a version 1 that was released six months ago.

My clock has worked fine, but the battery lasts no more than a day, and, unfortunately, it has started to record the "spökrörelse, it is believed that, as I started to move on me despite the fact that I'm sitting down.

In the end, it was a good place to start is to see if I would like to have a smartklocka without having to spend so much money.

For me it will probably be the next one to buy the Apple Watch when it is more efficient.

The new one seems to be getting good updates, for example swipes in a circular motion again, as well as a better sensor.

If it has any improvements, then my above problems, so it's definitely a good watch.

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Mark Maynard 2018-01-24
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CCTV footage of a man biting a smartphone battery has made its way online and the consequences are frightening.

The video, which was uploaded to social media site Miaopai (via The Verge), takes place in a Chinese electronics store and shows the man with the battery in his mouth moments before it explodes.

Reportedly, the man was visiting the store seeking a replacement iPhone battery and wanted to test if the one available was authentic.

Despite this occurring very close to his and another person’s face, nobody was said to have been harmed in the incident.

In case you aren’t already aware, you should never bite on a smartphone battery to see if it’s legit.

Not just because it’s dangerous but because it wouldn’t prove anything.

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Harold Roscoe 2018-06-15
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Zacke has fixed its own Jurassic Jeep

Pamelia Lally 2016-05-18
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The idea for this tennis robot was born after years of table tennis matches against each other and when they began studying in different parts built one brother a prototype robot to practice in secret.

A dozen prototypes later, has now launched Trainerbot on Kickstarter.

The project is seeking 80,000 dollars and if you want one you have to donate at least $ 329 excluding shipping.

With Trainerbot can, via an associated mobile app, create your own workouts so you can get better at the different tennis teams.

You can set each on the table the ball will land, how fast it will go and whether there should be any spin on the ball.

Bonus Cut below where people from Ars Technica and The Verge takes a closer look at this device.

Mary Condie 2016-06-01
img

some time ago, Samsung started the Creative Labs where Samsung employees were able to work on their own products alongside their normal work.

Some of these products showcased at CES that the smart belt Welst and miniskrivaren Idea Printer and it seems that Samsung wants to invest more in these products, then, five new companies have launched from the incubator.

18 people will now leave Samsung and start working on the companies to work on their various products.

According to Samsung, the products will from startupföretagen to be shown to the public sometime in the second half of the year.

Above you see a video where The Verge takes a look at the belt Welt.

via The Verge news.samsung.com

Manuel Darcangelo 2016-12-02
img

Photo: Ken Welsh / Alamy

Ubåtsbil, Spotify's future and Kindles new language.

For those who have money to spend and always wanted to be able to drive a car under water, so tips Mashable about The undersea Aquahoverer.

According to IDG.see, it looks as if Spotify can start to turn a profit next year.

The Verge takes a look at Tesla's self-driven competitors, Delphi and hp engine, which tells about the future in their fields.

Amazon's e-reader Kindle allow now to their readers, reading books on languages like Hindi, Tamil and Marathi, reports Mashable.

Mark Maynard 2018-01-24
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CCTV footage of a man biting a smartphone battery has made its way online and the consequences are frightening.

The video, which was uploaded to social media site Miaopai (via The Verge), takes place in a Chinese electronics store and shows the man with the battery in his mouth moments before it explodes.

Reportedly, the man was visiting the store seeking a replacement iPhone battery and wanted to test if the one available was authentic.

Despite this occurring very close to his and another person’s face, nobody was said to have been harmed in the incident.

In case you aren’t already aware, you should never bite on a smartphone battery to see if it’s legit.

Not just because it’s dangerous but because it wouldn’t prove anything.

Beatrice Patterson 2016-06-21
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Sphero recently showed off her new bluetooth ball Spark and as the name suggests, it is a sequel to Kick addressed to people who wanted to learn how to develop and schools.

The Verge has taken a look at the ball to see what you can do with it.

youtube.com

Thomas Jones 2017-09-25
img

Google and Levi's has finally released its own smart jacket Commuter x Jacquard, previously known as Project Black, and not entirely unexpectedly, The Verge put your hands on a copy to see what the thing really is.

Thomas Jones 2016-06-30
img

A few years ago appeared Pebble on Kickstarter and broke records when it comes to money collected on the site with just over 10 million.

When the company showed off the Pebble Time used Kickstarter again and this time hit man collecting a record $ 20.3 million.

Now, the third campaign ended and it seems that the hype around smart watches have dippat slightly and collection Pebble 2-bells landed at $ 12,800,000.

Although there was a further milestone in Pebbles career that is still $ 12.8 million a pretty impressive sum and the company managed to bring in 70,000 pre-orders of the clock and 20,000 pre-booked the new unit Core.

Above you can see when The Verge takes a look at new Pebble second

Michael Nicewander 2019-10-10
img

I have a version 1 that was released six months ago.

My clock has worked fine, but the battery lasts no more than a day, and, unfortunately, it has started to record the "spökrörelse, it is believed that, as I started to move on me despite the fact that I'm sitting down.

In the end, it was a good place to start is to see if I would like to have a smartklocka without having to spend so much money.

For me it will probably be the next one to buy the Apple Watch when it is more efficient.

The new one seems to be getting good updates, for example swipes in a circular motion again, as well as a better sensor.

If it has any improvements, then my above problems, so it's definitely a good watch.