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But the company reMarkable is trying to expand e-ink's use with the reMarkable paper tablet, a slab with a 10.3-inch e-ink display and an included stylus.That's not a new concept, as many of us have one device that holds most of the things we need daily.The reMarkable tablet goes after paper lovers specifically, boasting its e-ink display and companion stylus as better, more convenient alternatives to the traditional paper-and-pencil setup.Specs at a glance: reMarkable tablet (as reviewed)10.3” 1872x1404 resolution (226 DPI) monochrome digital paper touch displayCodex, a custom Linux-based OS optimized for low-latency e-paper
If your wallet is bulging with credit cards, the Edge Card may be what you’ve been looking for.Edge has acquired the assets of failed smart card manufacturer Plastc, and plans to release its own card in the middle of 2018.The smart card’s color touchscreen shows you what card you’re using to complete the transaction and acts as a PIN pad for purchase verification.The card supports magnetic stripe, EMV chip, and NFC purchases.It will operate for approximately two weeks between charges and comes with a wireless charging pad.A digital wallet app called Edge brings some interesting features to the cards.
Depending on how much you use your iPhone 7, a full charge is either enough to get you through the day, or not nearly enough to keep up with you.Sometimes you simply need some music, but when you’ve got Bluetooth turned on, music streaming, and cellular data running, your battery isn’t likely to last long.This is where battery cases come in handy.There’s a general lack of iPhone 7 battery cases out there that take advantage of its capabilities, and there are even fewer that won’t interfere with the Lightning port, which now doubles as the headphone port.Follow our tips on how to save your battery life, and if you continue to have issues, check out our tips on the most common iOS problems and how to fix them.Size: 7.4 x 3.5 x 0.9 inches
This has encouraged PayPal to intensify its operations in India.According to Google-Boston Consulting Group (BCG) study, Indian digital payments industry will grow to $500 billion by 2020, contributing to 15% of GDP."Our focus across the globe is that of becoming a customer champion.In India we are bringing to the consumer a single PayPal account for their domestic and international transactions and enabling digital transactions in a safe and secure manner.We have localized the product for India and will focus on educating consumers, understanding their needs and in the process, empowering them with our world class digital payment solutions.We are focused on building a sustainable model and offering value to our customers via innovative solutions beyond payments with a strong focus on risk and security."
Another attractive smartphone from OPPO, but we’re going to learn if beauty is more than skin deep.OPPO is well established in the smartphone market for making some unique, memorable and highly innovative smartphones.The brand has been responsible for the excelling Find range of flagships, the innovative N series of camera phones and more recently the ‘R’ series.OPPO has been kind enough to send over the R11s for me to test and review, but before we get to that we should take a look at this beauty in the flesh.While we tend to receive either the black, white or gold versions of phones to review I’m pretty happy that OPPO decided to give me the red version of this phone.The red version of the R11s is also the perfect variant to show off OPPO’s Starry sky screen design feature.
This battery has been developed by researchers from the State University of New York at Binghamton.Researchers from the State University of New York at Binghamton have developed a unique bio-battery that uses bacteria as a power source and can be stretched, twisted like a normal piece of fabric.The textile-based battery, as the researchers say, delivered stable electricity-generating capabilities when tested under multiple stretching and twisting cycles.They believe it could one day use human sweat to power wearable devices, offering a better alternative over conventional batteries."There is a clear and pressing need for flexible and stretchable electronics that can be easily integrated with a wide range of surroundings to collect real-time information," said Seokheun Choi, lead author study.The technology is sustainable, renewable, and eco-friendly and must work reliably when adopted to moving organs and parts, he added.
Samsung has patented smart clothing that is able to harvest energy for powering personal gadgets or embedded sensors.The patent details a shirt that contains this energy-harvesting technology, making it not just a shirt that could charge your gadgets, but one that could actually harvest the energy needed to do it.This is in contrast to previously unveiled “smart clothes,” which typically involve a battery that needs to be charged elsewhere.The patent was filed by Samsung Electronics and describes as “Wearable Electronic Device and Operating Method” involving an energy harvester that uses movement to generate energy.The patent includes a description of the processors, sensors, and other hardware comprising the system.Joining the description is an illustration showing what appears to be an ordinary long-sleeved shirt (above).
If you like your e-readers huge with a touchscreen and the ability to draw with a stylus, the new Onyx Boox Max 2 Professional is something designed for you.The device features a big 13.3-inch e-ink display (with a 2200 x 1650 resolution and 16-level greyscale) and Wacom digitizer that allows you to sketch or make notes on your documents.There's also an HDMI connection so you can use the device as a secondary monitor.The company claims the dual mode function (acting as both a reader and a monitor) is a world first.Other specs include a built-in mic and headphone jack, a 1.6 GHz quad-core processor of unknown origin, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth.Under the hood you’ll find Android 6.0 and it’s compatible with Windows, macOS, iOS, and Linux.
A team of researchers from the University of Houston is working with the oil industry to develop new ways to predict when an offshore drilling rig is at risk for a potentially catastrophic accident.Ramanan Krishnamoorti, chief energy officer at the University of Houston, will lead the project, drawing expertise from data scientists, petroleum engineers and geoscientists at the University.The project is one of six announced Thursday by the Gulf Research Program of the National Academies to develop new technologies, processes or procedures to improve the understanding and management of systemic risk in offshore oil and gas operations.The Deepwater Horizon explosion in 2010, which left 11 crew members dead and spilled more than 3 million barrels of oil into the Gulf of Mexico, involved the uncontrolled buildup and release of gas, sparking efforts to better understand the movement of hydrocarbons in offshore drilling.Gas, water and even drilling fluid can flow up the drilling pipe alongside the desired oil, Krishnamoorti said.The gas can release in a burst or explosion upon reaching the surface, potentially causing a serious accident.
After months of teases, PlayerUnknown's Batteground's second map has finally been fully revealed.Called Miramar, the map is mainly covered in desert, which sits in stark contrast to the current lush forest island featured in the game.The map features a number of landmarks including a motorcycle death bowl, a colorful coastal town, and plenty of the shipping containers that players will know and love from the existing map.The new environment will be joined by a host of new weapons and vehicles including VW Camper Vans, jetskis, and the Win94 rifle (which appears not to be a long-lost Windows operating system.The new desert map has been a long time coming, but is finally due to arrive as the game finally reaches version 1.0 on PC, with an early access Xbox One release due on December 12.The inclusion of the new map is sure to be welcomed by the game's community, who have come to understand every inch of the game's existing massive map.
A new smart bike light promises to bring improved safety to cyclists and bike commuters who routinely find themselves out on the road after dark.The Binoreal F1 Radius recently launched on Indiegogo and it brings an array of impressive features designed to help riders be more visible, including automatically adjusting its brightness based on the speed they are traveling.The F1 Radius comes in two different models, both of which put off 200 lumens of light on their lowest setting.But, the smart light is also equipped with a set of onboard sensors and accelerometers that can automatically detect just how fast it is moving and adjust its brightness level accordingly.At high speeds, the level of illumination can climb to as much as 450 or 650 lumens, depending on which model of Radius the cyclist is using.As if dynamically adjusting brightness based on speed wasn’t enough, the F1 Radius has a few other tricks up its sleeve as well.
You can’t keep a good character down in Hollywood — even when that character has spent most of its existence as one of Marvel Comics’ most notorious villains — and a Venom movie based on the popular Spider-Man spinoff character is scheduled to hit theaters October 5, 2018.The first posters for the film were recently spotted in the wild, offering a nice reminder that production on the film continues to move along.The movie’s supporting cast members include Michelle Williams (Manchester by the Sea), Riz Ahmed (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), and Jenny Slate (Parks and Recreation).Some of the first promotional material for Venom appeared to have finally gone public in early December 2017, with Collider and Argentinian fan site MarvelFlix both posting photos from the Brazilian convention Comic Con Experience (CCXP) of promotional images for Venom posted at the Sony Pictures booth there.Primeras promo a de Venom me gusta el logo che pic.twitter.com/oMSzBYFfFd— MarvelFlix (@MarvelFlix) December 7, 2017
Germany-based developer Goodgame Studios announced today that it will be publicly traded indirectly for the first time as it merges with Stillfront Group, a company of independent game makers and publishers.Stillfront Group is listed on the the Nasdaq First North Premier stock exchange.Goodgame Studios focuses on free-to-play games for mobile and browsers, including the strategy game Empire: Four Kingdoms, which the company says is the highest-grossing app produced by a German studio.Stillfront is home to a number of independent studios, including Unravel creator Coldwood.At the start of 2017, Goodgame laid off 200 employees.“We managed to turn things around in 2017 and are now very profitable,” Dr. Kai Wawrzinek, one of the founders and managing directors of Goodgame Studios, noted in a press release sent to GamesBeat.
Disney is close to buying a bunch of assets from 21st Century Fox, according to CNBC.Such a deal could mean Disney ends up owning 30%-40% of the domestic box office, and 60% of Hulu.On Tuesday, CNBC reported that Disney was close to a deal to buy large chunks of 21st Century Fox.CNBC reported that Disney could pick up “Fox's Nat Geo, Star, regional sports networks, movie studios and stakes in Sky and Hulu, among other properties.” Disney would leave Fox’s news, broadcast network, and sports intact (except the regional sports networks).Disney would probably say that the DOJ should allow the deal to go through because Disney needs the new assets to stand against the vanguard of Silicon Valley giants invading Hollywood, from Netflix to Amazon to Facebook to Apple.It’s the same basic argument AT has made in favor of its proposed purchase of Time Warner, which owns properties like Turner, Warner Bros., and HBO.
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