Capcom Announced Monster Hunter: World iPhone Cases By GILD Design

If you have not been living deep under the Earth crust, you will probably known that Monster Hunter: World is the biggest thing in video games this year. A Capcom title, this action role-playing game (RPG) has since shipped 6 million copies worldwide in a short span of just two weeks, and that’s not including the soon-to-be-released PC version yet, which is expect to push the sales even further. With such a good start, it presents itself as a good enough reason for Capcom to further boost its presence with a couple of special edition iPhone cases. Continue reading Capcom Announced Monster Hunter: World iPhone Cases By GILD Design

Balenciaga Elevates Crocs To High Fashion By Adding Platform To Them

Just when we thought putting precious rocks on Crocs was outrageous, Balenciaga shows us that Christopher Kane’s idea might be way too tame. The Parisian fashion label has, yet again, outdone itself in loud fashion and this time, it has turned out platform version of the worst thing to happen to footwear, Crocs. Yes. Believe it. Crocs on wedge is a thing. Honestly, I don’t know what to make of it. Rightly I shouldn’t because, I am no lady. Perhaps, ladies in the house would like to comment below? Anyways, by giving Crocs platform or wedge, Balenciaga essentially branded the once-unisex footwear as a single-sex fashion item. Continue reading Balenciaga Elevates Crocs To High Fashion By Adding Platform To Them

Boston Dynamics SpotMini Robotic Dog Now Knows How To Open Doors

Just when we thought Boston Dynamics had made SpotMini robotic dog a little less creepy, the team gave its hand back and enabled it with the ability to open doors. Wait, what? Yes. Dear little SpotMini now can let itself out, or in, and that’s kind of creepy. If you think it is not creepy, well, you’d be right, it is not. I mean, the robotic company’s biped robot Atlas already did that, didn’t it? However, what makes this demonstration amazing and at the same time, goosebumps inducing was, the robotic dogs actually collaborated. And the door is one equipped with a closer. Continue reading Boston Dynamics SpotMini Robotic Dog Now Knows How To Open Doors

About KIA “Muscle Car” Stinger And Upcoming KIA Rio GT-Line Hatchback

KIA is last name one would expect to go all out about performance, but here it is, the company’s image of performance is forever imprint with the much lauded and I dare say, most anticipated, “muscle car,” Stinger. When we first saw the concept last year, we were did not think it will make it to production, but it clearly did. I know. I may be late on this, but still, it will be a sin not to mention this monster machine from the South Korean car maker. The thing is, there are not rules in naming a car, but to have a car with a moniker like ‘Stinger’, it has an unspoken expectations Continue reading About KIA “Muscle Car” Stinger And Upcoming KIA Rio GT-Line Hatchback

Trees Growing On Abandoned Ship Is A Reminder Of Nature’s Resilience

Now, we don’t where or when this photograph originated and who have taken it, but you know it is a good image when you see one. But being breathtaking is one thing; it also serves as a reminder of how resilience nature is. Apparently, this has happened in the waters of Australia. A boat was, for some reasons, abandoned and subsequently taken a life of its own with floral popping up on wherever they can find a place to stay rooted. It is quite a sight to behold. And I can only imagine corals of some sort are flourishing beneath the surface of the water, supporting even more life. Continue reading Trees Growing On Abandoned Ship Is A Reminder Of Nature’s Resilience

Is This Tesla Hearse A Fitting Display Of The Death Of Gas Automobile?

I have no idea how did we missed this. This particular dark custom Tesla Model S went viral when it surfaced back in 2016. Notwithstanding that it is over a year old, we thought it will be a good idea to mention it since there may be folks like me who aren’t aware and also because, Zachary Shahan of CleanTechnica had the opportunity to see it in person and thus, wrote an article on the backstory of this one-of-a-kind Tesla hearse (and there’s a video too). Continue reading Is This Tesla Hearse A Fitting Display Of The Death Of Gas Automobile?

Swift Bag Is An Adventure Backpack Unlike Anything You Have Seen

What’s your impression of a backpack fit for hiking? Tough, cumbersome and takes a hell lot of time to pack? That’s the norm as it seems, but not if Swift from Taiwan design house Tronnovate can help it. Dubbed the “ultimate bag to pack and unpack in a second,” the Swift takes everything you know about a sport/hiking (basically, adventure) bag and throws it out the window, and completely reinvent a bag that super light, offers accessibility in a snap, and more importantly, makes packing a swift thing to do and also slashing the time you need to find stuff within the bag. Continue reading Swift Bag Is An Adventure Backpack Unlike Anything You Have Seen

Airbus Successfully Demoed Parcel Delivery Drone With NUS

The future of small parcel delivery is no doubt from up above. Amazon has been working hard to realize this and even go as far as pushing a pilot in UK. Several other companies, including DHL, has also embarked on the same path and in the case of DHL, an unmanned drone was used to delivery of medicines and such across great length. However, we have yet to see one that is truly adapted to dense urban environment, until now. Meet Skyways, a collaborative project between the National University of Singapore (NUS) and France’s multinational aerospace giant Airbus that differs from the majority in that it is a complete system featuring automatically loading and unloading via a robotic arm. Now that, my friends, is what we call futuristic! Continue reading Airbus Successfully Demoed Parcel Delivery Drone With NUS

With This Wireless Phone Charger, The Model 3 Is Finally Truly High-Tech

As advanced and high-tech as the Tesla Model 3 is, it is, like the rest of the fleet under the electric car maker, without built-in wireless charger for your lovely small gadgets. It is odd indeed because, Tesla Motors is like the name for futuristic tech, but it is without this particular tech. Apparently, that is the one feature that Tesla owners would love to have in their trust electric stallion with some even resort to making one for their Tesla motor vehicles. Anywho, if you want wireless charging and do not have the know-how to put one together, fret not, because a start up is bringing to you the wonderful tether-free charging and it is called, well, Tesla Wireless Pad. Continue reading With This Wireless Phone Charger, The Model 3 Is Finally Truly High-Tech

Intel Light Drones Open For Winter Olympic, Made New World Record

It looks like Intel is determined to be the name in the new-age fireworks with the use of drones. Not content with having just 100 drones up in the sky in 2015, the processor maker put 500 drones into the sky in Germany in 2016, ‘dancing’ to a live orchestra, which bagged it a Guinness World Records, and this time, Intel has outdone itself again with 1,218 Intel Shooting Star drones which lit the night sky at the Winter Olympic 2018 opening ceremony in PyeongChang, South Korea, on February 9. The feat was witnessed by Guinness World Records and subsequently recognized as a new world record for “most unmanned aerial vehicles airborne simultaneously.” Continue reading Intel Light Drones Open For Winter Olympic, Made New World Record

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