DOOGEE N20 Pro Runs On Android 10, Has 16 MP AI Quad Camera And Costs Under US$200

Is mid-range devices a tad too expensive for you? Well, then perhaps you may want to check out DOOGEE’s latest offering, the DOOGEE N20 Pro. Armed Helio P60 chip with octacore processor, this latest device from DOOGEE features a 16 MP AI quad rear camera (16 MP + 8 MP + 2 MP + 2MP), a 6.3-inch FHD+ (2,280 x 1,080 pixels) water drop display, and costs under 200 bucks. Continue reading “DOOGEE N20 Pro Runs On Android 10, Has 16 MP AI Quad Camera And Costs Under US$200”

Google Pixel 4a: A US$349 Competition To OnePlus Nord (But No 5G, Yet)

It has been awhile since we are so excited about a mid-range device. First, it was the Nord and now the long-time in the making Google Pixel 4a. The “long-time in the making” also means, it does not have the best of mid-range chip. The Google Pixel 4a may just give OnePlus Nord a run for its money. Continue reading “Google Pixel 4a: A US$349 Competition To OnePlus Nord (But No 5G, Yet)”

2009’s Borderlands The Original Soundtrack Is On Double LP For US$35

If you are a major fan of 2009’s blockbuster video game Borderlands, you will be glad to know that you can own a piece of the originals soundtrack on wax. That’s right, folks. The Borderlands original soundtrack is now on the good’ol vinyl, just like any true collector’s music should be. Continue reading “2009’s Borderlands The Original Soundtrack Is On Double LP For US$35″

NTP31 Is NITECORE’s Take Of A Tactical Pen And More New Stuff From NITECORE

Do you find yourself having to stab zombies in the eye with a pen on regular basis? Or perhaps, sometimes dropping your keys in the dark and can’t find it? If so, these products from NITECORE may interest you. Continue reading “NTP31 Is NITECORE’s Take Of A Tactical Pen And More New Stuff From NITECORE”

This Officially Licensed Wearable Bumblebee Helmet Is Also A Functional Bluetooth Speaker

What you see here is a wearable Bumblebee helmet from Killerbody. Killerbody is most notable for making shell or body for RC car, but since few years ago, they have also been recognized as a licensed costume/toy maker for franchise like Marvel’s Iron Man and more recently, Transformers. Continue reading “This Officially Licensed Wearable Bumblebee Helmet Is Also A Functional Bluetooth Speaker”

Audi Marks The End Of R8 V10 quattro With A Limited Edition R8 V10 quattro

These days, businesses will find every and any opportunity to make an exclusive item. Just ask Hasbro. They are experts in this area. But today, it ain’t about toys. It’s Audi. Specifically, Audi of America. Audi of America is bidding adieu to the Audi R8 V10 quattro with a limited edition model. Continue reading “Audi Marks The End Of R8 V10 quattro With A Limited Edition R8 V10 quattro”

Island Is A Driverless Tram Concept With Social Distancing In Mind

Hong Kong is one of the few countries in the world that have trams as one of the state’s main mass transportation system. Though we can’t say the same since the outbreak of the pandemic. In fact, public transportation, in general, has be shunned in the Asia’s most densely populated countries. Continue reading “Island Is A Driverless Tram Concept With Social Distancing In Mind”

X Rocker Officially Licensed Nintendo Gaming Chairs Look Absolutely Fantastic

Do you like Super Mario and do you like sitting close to the floor while playing your favorite Super Mario video games? If yes, well, then X Rocker Officially Licensed Nintendo Gaming Chairs are for you. There are two models of the Super Mario characters themed X Rocker gaming chair. Continue reading “X Rocker Officially Licensed Nintendo Gaming Chairs Look Absolutely Fantastic”

HideaMask Is A Baseball Cap With Integrated, Retractable Face Mask

Wearing a mask is a necessity at this point. After months of wearing it, I discovered an issue: where do I store my mask when I need to temporary remove it? Well, it looks like my question has been answered by HideaMask. Continue reading “HideaMask Is A Baseball Cap With Integrated, Retractable Face Mask”

Is Technology Killing the Cinema?

Universal has announced that it will be renting films during its cinematic run. Films will be available to rent from Universal 17 days after their premiere date, which many suggest will absorb some of the usual cinema audiences. Traditionally, there was a 75-day grace period for cinemas to have a monopoly on the film before it could be released on other platforms. The decision to immediately release Trolls World Tour on-demand led to a bitter spat between Universal and AMC cinemas. Is the growing prevalence of technology killing the cinema industry? Continue reading “Is Technology Killing the Cinema?”