This is it, people. Another piece of future has arrived. Well, almost. Meet the Xiaomi Mi Air Charge, a true, over-the-air wireless charging technology, or as Xiaomi calls it, remote charging.
Cooking while camping is not hard. But man, the space those cooking equipment requires is ridiculous and don’t get us started with the weight they put on the back.
In the midst of a pandemic, a real-life superhero is one who stop the spread. There are several ways you can do so, including wearing a face mask, social distancing, and keeping your hands sanitized. And superhero you will be with the SprayCare Disinfectant Band.
Always find yourself misplacing stuff? Fret not because, Samsung Galaxy SmartTag is here to help you to locate what have been misplaced. Bluetooth-powered tags have been around for many years now – so is the associated service of helping you to locating your things that have been tagged. However, Galaxy SmartTag is a tad different.
The next-gen Samsung Galaxy S was announced a few hours ago. Like almost every flagship smartphone unveiling, it tried to convince us what a phone should do for us (yawn) and so, we are not going into that. Instead, we shall share with you a few important details that will either draw you to the […]
We already know TCL is developing a rolling display smartphone. This year, the concept is one step closer to reality when TCL CSOT revealed two rollable display products at CES 2021.
LG may not be known for its laptops, but boy, do the company know how make beautiful laptops. For this year’s virtual CES 2021, LG has revealed a new lineup of gram laptops. Gram, for those who don’t already know, is LG’s line of ultra light and ultra-portable laptops.
Using sonar to locate fishes is not new. But water-based drone maker, Chasing is taking it even further with its Chasing F1 Fish Finder Drone/Wireless Underwater Fishing Camera.
Audioengine’s line of wireless speakers is now joined by Audioengine HD4 Home Music System with Bluetooth aptX-HD. With Qualcomm Bluetooth aptX-HD, it offers extended-range, high-resolution wireless sound for discerning music lovers.
What is the most iconic design from Harman/Kardon? Well, it had to be the SoundSticks, right? Now, imagine the SoundSticks design language being applied to a smartphone? Can’t imagine that? Well, you don’t have to because, industrial designer James Tsai already did.