Boring Company tunnels

Elon Musk releases more details 150 MPH rides in Boring Company tunnels for $1

During an informational session with Q&A today, Elon Musk released more details about the Boring Company’s plan for its network of tunnels under Los Angeles. He envisions a “personalized mass transit” system that costs only $1 fare. Most of the presentation reiterated things that the Boring Company already made public since announcing the plans for a […]

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Lenovo IdeaPad

Intel finally makes its first 10nm Cannon Lake chips official

Intel’s transition to building processors on a 10nm manufacturing process has been delayed repeatedly. Once upon a time, the company said that it’d go into mass production at the end of 2015; with its most recent financial results, the company pushed that back, again, to 2019. But Intel has also said that, although the yields […]

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AsteroidOS 1

AsteroidOS is an Open source smartwatch OS you can install today

The smartwatch space has changed a lot in recent years. Pebble is dead. Fitbit makes smartwatches now (after acquiring Pebble’s assets). Google’s Android Wear is now called Wear OS since it supports iPhones as well as Android. And Apple and Samsung continue to dominate. I guess not everything has changed. But through it all, a […]

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flying robots

The first wireless Robotic insect takes flight powered by frickin’ laser beams

Insect-sized flying robots could help with time-consuming tasks like surveying crop growth on large farms or sniffing out gas leaks. These robots soar by fluttering tiny wings because they are too small to use propellers, like those seen on their larger drone cousins. Small size is advantageous: These robots are cheap to make and can […]

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Logitech G Gaming Mouse

Logitech G Unleashes Next-Generation Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse

Logitech’s extremely-low-latency Lightspeed technology was largely reserved for well-heeled gamers when it first hit the scene last June, but it’s a much different story a year later. The peripheral maker has unveiled the G305, a Lightspeed-equipped mouse that costs $60 — much more justifiable than the pricier G703 and G603. You won’t get a particularly […]

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Microsoft Surface Hub 2

Microsoft Unveils the New Surface Hub 2 is designed for an office of the future

Microsoft today announced the successor to its high-end Surface Hub whiteboard, the Surface Hub 2. While we don’t know very much about it yet, Microsoft showed off the new model’s sleek design and shared some information about key features, such as an improved display and portrait mode support. Microsoft will likely share more information before […]

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SteamVR

SteamVR Input supports a lot of different controllers and adapt to any VR game

SteamVR supports a lot of different controllers, and it can be difficult for developers to keep up with all of them. Today we are excited to release the first Beta for the new SteamVR Input system. SteamVR Input allows users to build binding configurations for their favorite games, even for controllers that didn’t exist when […]

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Volkswagen Pikes Peak

Volkswagen I.D. R Pikes Peak electric race car – Race to the Clouds

The I.D. R paves the way for Volkswagen’s electro-mobility strategy Electric racer shows sporting potential of the MEB powertrain Volkswagen R and Volkswagen Motorsport enhance their collaboration The world’s most famous hillclimb is set to run on June 24 in Colorado Volkswagen has named its latest motorsport project the I.D. R Pikes Peak. This all-electric […]

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eye tracking

Tobii partnership with Qualcomm to bring eye-tracking tech to its mobile VR + ARkit

Eye tracking enables new possibilities in virtual reality – from improved HMD performance through Foveated Rendering to a range of powerfully immersive user experiences. Tobii’s eye tracking platform can be adapted and optimized for you VR headset. We see two ways that eye tracking improves AR and VR technology. First, integrating eye tracking into an […]

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