Industrial designer Kendall Toerner is not a Tesla designer and the Tesla Model B concept electric bicycle dreamed up by him is not an official product, but the concept bicycle does oozed the Tesla vibe.
HMD Global, the maker of Nokia phones, is also in the business of music enjoyment. Last month, the company revealed two new true wireless earbuds and a Nokia Portable Wireless Speaker.
Another year, another iPhone. This time the latest iPhone 12 Pro is powered by the latest A14 Bionic with next-gen neural engine and boasts a Ceramic Shield front cover, a 12 MP pro camera system, LiDAR scanner, the largest Super Retina XDR display, and of course, 5G.
For those who are in the market for a pair of affordable true wireless earbuds that isn’t from an obscured brand may want to take a look at the new Xiaomi Mi True Wireless Earphones 2 Basic.
Along with the announcement of the brand’s first mid-range device, OnePlus has also revealed its first true wireless earbuds called OnePlus Buds. Sadly, it is yet another TWS earbuds that mimics AirPods’ stemmed design.
In a rather strange move in the TWS earbuds development (but not unwelcome), LG has debut the LG TONE Free FN6 True Wireless Earbuds that comes with an UVnano charging case that “kills 99.9 percent of bacteria.”
For those who demand bass from wireless cans, Panasonic may have something for you. Announced recently are the RB-M700B and RB-M500B headphones. These cans promised to deliver “stunning low frequency audio” through Panasonic XBS DEEP (Extra Bass System Deep) Technology.
With GPS smartwatches, why do people still go for a run with their smartphone? Oh, wait. That’s right. They need it to access their main door with their phone. This, of course, applies to folks who had smart lock installed.
Remember the tin-can telephone when we made as kids? It was a good experiment that us about science. But I don’t think kids of the future need that. They probably need this: Wireless Tin Can Telephone. It is tin-can phone as the namesake implies. Just that it does away with the string.
Not every content creator (read: YouTuber) can afford a 2 to 3,000 dollars rig to record their show. Understanding this and the need of content creation, Sony has revealed the ZV-1. ZV-1 is a newly designed from the ground up for content creators and vloggers, regardless of their skill level.