I hope your excitement for self-lacing shoes hasn’t die because the world’s first actual self-lacing shoes, Nike HyperAdapt 1.0, is set to be available globally over the next few months. It will be available via Nike SNKRS in North America, Japan and China. The shoes will also be available starting September 29 across 19 European countries, including the UK, Germany, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, and the Netherlands at 9AM CET. EU residents can get their hands, or in this case, feet, on this high-tech sneakers via the Nike SNKRS app, Nike said. In addition, those who rather not acquire it through the app can look to pick them up from brick-and-mortar stores as listed below: Continue reading These Are The Places You Can Get The Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 Starting Sep 29
Remember Airobotics? The futuristic automated industrial drone system designed to patrol your commercial perimeter autonomously? Well, these are guys are not only really, really serious about what they are doing, but they want to do even more. The Israel-based company has announced the completion of a whopping $32.5 million Round C funding, led by BlueRun Ventures China, along with Microsoft Ventures, OurCrowd.com and an unnamed strategic investor. With the new found financial injection, Airobotics will be able to extend its unique service to more industries, such as in mining and homeland security which could benefit from autonomous intelligent drones. Continue reading Airobotics Raises $32.5 Million To Meet Growing Demands In Mining And Homeland Security Industries
September 12 is the date to look out for if you are a fan of iPhone because that is the date earmarked for the big reveal of the next iPhones, including the much anticipated and rumored anniversary edition, the iPhone 8. We are not sure how these sources managed to get hold on these leaks, but if recent history of such leaks have taught us anything, it is that such leaks usually turned out to be pretty spot on. Anywho, with just seven days to the big event, a supposed video of a working iPhone 8 was leaked. Yup. A working iPhone 8 in action. Imagine that! Continue reading Working Apple iPhone 8 Video And Shocking Price List Leaked!
Living things cannot live without air that has a reasonable level of oxygen content. Fishes, such as the goldfish and their carp relatives too, but as nature has it, these aquatic lifeforms can survive longer when oxygen is lacking such as when in murky water or when the water over them freezes during winter. As it turns out these fishes have the ability to make alcohol when oxygen level drops. To understand why this is happening, all you have do is to look at other animals’ (human beings included) response to the lack of oxygen. Continue reading As It Turns Out, Goldfish Can Actually Make Alcohol When Oxygen-starved
You know who’s Robert Falcon Scott? Don’t know? Neither do I, but never mind. He was a British explorer that lead a team on a British Antarctic Expedition sometime between 1910 and 1913. So, it is no surprise that you and me aren’t aware of this brave forebear. However, today you will learn at least one thing about him: he probably had a thing for fruit cake because this party-favorite (and my favorite) dessert was uncovered in Antarctica’s oldest building constructed by a Norwegian exploration team in 1899. The same building was said to be occupied by Scott’s team during the Cape Adare-based Northern Party’s Terra Nova Expedition in 1910-13. Continue reading 100-Year-Old Fruit Cake Uncovered In Antarctica “Looks” And “Smell” Edible
To celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary of Confederation this week, the city of Ottawa called upon French robotics and puppetry company La Machine to pull an amazing performance which involves a giant spider called Kumo and a mythical dragon, dubbed Long Ma. Rightly, it should be quite a spectacle because after all, it did involved the eight-eyed, water-spraying, 40-ton robotic arachnid slugging out with a robotic dragon, but it did not go down well with many catholics because the said spider not only roamed the street packed with curious onlookers, but it also ‘scaled’ the walls of Ottawa’s Notre Dame Cathedral, perched on top of the church before making its way down. Continue reading Giant Robot Spider ‘Attacked’ Ottawa Catholic Church Invites Frowns
We usually don’t post this stuff, but since this is the first, we felt obligated to let you guys on this. Admittedly, I do not know what is there to achieve jailbreaking a limited functionality piece of wearable, but in case you want to do it, you will be glad a solution could be available in near future, well, possibly… At the recent Def Con 25, hacker Max Bazaliy of the Fried Apple has demonstrated a jailbreak on an Apple Watch running on watchOS 3. According to Bazaliy, a jailbroken Apple Watch will let you in on the “sensitive data related to call records, health data, messages, emails, GPS location, Calendar entries, photos and more.” Continue reading Finally, Apple Watch Jailbroken, But The Question Is: Is It Necessary?
Good news, people-shy folks. The next time when you head to South Korea’s airport, you will not need to face a real person if you have queries on airport-related matters because LG, one South Korea’s biggest electronics company, has deployed an army of robots to guide you around the airport should the need arise. Two types of robots, Airport Guide Robots and Airport Cleaning Robots, are put on trial since July 21 to assist travelers arriving and departing South Korea head of the 2018 Winter Olympics which will be held at PyeongChang County. Continue reading LG’s Army Of Airport Robots On Trial At South Korea’s Largest Airport
The brand of the sauce that I have come to know as the must-have when consuming spaghetti, Tabasco, has came up with what the company claimed as its hottest sauce yet. Called Tabasco Scorpion Sauce (not exactly an appetizing name, really), this new limited available source is said to be 20 times hotter than the company’s Original Red Sauce. Wow. 20 times, eh? The tolerance to spiciness rest on each individual, but as some hot sauce fanatics will tell you, Tabasco Original Red Sauce is mild by any standard – unless you down the entire bottle. Continue reading Sold Out Tabasco’s Hottest Hot Sauce Yet Will Be Available Again
Now, this is something you don’t read about everyday. It is not uncommon to read counterfeit goods and usually they usually consists of stuff like cigarettes, luxury bags, shoes, watches. You know, stuff that average joe will buy. Nothing quite out of the ordinary, really. And it seem like fake goods is a booming business with China leading the global benchmark of counterfeiting almost anything you can possibly think of, but three guys in Spain may have outdone even China’s fake goods producers. The trio was busted for selling counterfeit supercars. Imagine that. Continue reading Spanish Trio Busted For Making And Selling Counterfeit Supercars