Sonos, an American manufacturer and developer of audio products, and Swedish furniture retail giant, Ikea, have reportedly teamed up to launch their new collaborative home audio product in the market.
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A research team from the National University of Singapore (NUS) has reportedly discovered a new way to power wearable devices wirelessly. This research team has been working under the supervision of Associate Prof. Jerald Yoo, N.1 Institute for Health as well as Depar
Silicon Valley giant, Google has reportedly claimed that it has created an AI that can design chips faster and as good, if not better than humans.
According to Googlers, Anna Goldie, Azalia Mirhoseini and their colleagues, it is a
Emerging American electric vehicle manufacturer Fisker Inc., has reportedly announced a moonshot goal of introducing its first climate-neutral car by 2027. As the company is yet to roll out a vehicle to the market, this goal seems to be very ambitious.
Growing concerns regarding the declining position of Japan’s semiconductor industry in the global market seems to have urged the Japanese government to seek cooperation from Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC). The government has reportedly enlisted TS
Chinese consumer electronics company, OnePlus, has reportedly introduced OnePlus TV 40Y1, its new affordable television, in India. The new television joins its existing range OnePlus TV 32Y1 and OnePlus TV 43Y1 models available in the country.
Snap Inc., the developer of the renowned multimedia sharing app Snapchat, has announced the launch of the fourth generation of its smart glasses called the Spectacles. The product will be distributed among an undisclosed number of AR effects creators worldwide, in an
Semiconductor giant, Qualcomm, has reportedly introduced a new mobile processer, dubbed the Snapdragon 778G 5G. Interestingly, the new processor is supposedly not being promoted as a flagship processor, similar to the Snapdragon 888. Yet, the new 778G 5G chip still pa
A new landmark report by the International Energy Agency (IEA) is reportedly suggesting that to achieve net-zero emissions by the middle of the century, no new fossil fuel based boilers should be sold starting from 2025. This is apparently one of the 400 steps on the