• Sun. Oct 24th ,2021

Gadget

OnePlus introduces new Harry Potter edition of its OnePlus Watch

OnePlus, the Chinese consumer electronics and smartphone manufacturer, has reportedly introduced a special edition Harry Potter OnePlus Watch in India in collaboration with the Warner Bros Consumer Products (WBCP). According to reports, the new Harry Potter Edition OnePlus Watch would be priced at

Nintendo introduces the redesigned Switch with a better OLED screen

Nintendo, a Kyoto-headquartered Japanese multinational video game and consumer electronics firm, has reportedly unveiled the new model of Nintendo Switch, its portable gaming system that also doubles as a conventional TV plug-in. According to reliable sources, the new gaming system, named the Switc

Samsung eyeing expanded collaborations with tech giants AMD and Intel

Samsung Electro-Mechanics, a leading electronics and electrical components manufacturer; and an affiliate of Samsung Group, is reportedly expanding its business ties with global tech conglomerates as chip shortages will supposedly continue to expect a shortfall internationally. According to sources

McGill University scientists invent 5X more fracture resistant glass

Researchers at McGill University in Montreal, Canada, have reportedly invented a new kind of glass that is five times more fracture-resistant compared to the normal glass. The newly developed toughened glass is speculated to bring an end to the phenomenon of broken phone screens. The product’

Citroen to sell tiny electric car Ami in UK for an affordable £5,000

Citroen, the French automobile manufacturer, has reportedly announced plans to sell a small 2.41-meter-long electric car, called Ami, in the UK. The car has a top speed of merely 28mph and would be priced at £5,000, reports suggest. Citroen’s electric quadricycle has apparently been bui

British carmaker Lotus unveils pioneering chassis for new sport EVs

Lotus, a British car manufacturer headquartered in Norfolk, England has reportedly unveiled a new component for the company’s next-generation of 100% electric sports cars, called LEVA (Lightweight Electric Vehicle Architecture). It is an electric rear subframe that will be integrated into Lotu

Vintage-inspired Harley-Davidson e-bikes to go on sale later in 2021

Harley-Davidson, the world-famous American motorcycle manufacturer, has reportedly announced that it will be selling a limited number of the stunning, vintage-inspired e-bikes, that it initially described as a "styling exercise", later this year. The announcement came nearly a year after t

LG unveils massive 325-inch Extreme Home Cinema TV worth $1.7 million

LG, the prominent South Korean multinational electronics giant, has reportedly announced the launch of an enormous 325-inch Extreme Home Cinema LED TV, available in configurations of 2K, 4K, and 8K, with prices ranging between £50,000 ($70,000) to an eye-watering £1.2 million ($1.7 milli

GM invests millions of dollars in a radar software startup Oculii

Steven Hong, the co-founder of Oculii, a US-based firm that makes software for radar sensors used in self-driving vehicles, has reportedly announced that the venture capital arm of General Motors has invested an undisclosed amount in the firm. While the exact amount of the investment was not disclos