This is the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip: the new “influencer ready” high-end foldable Smartphone from Samsung. -6.7” FHD AMOLED Flex Display -10MP f2.4 Infinity-O Selfie Cam -1.06″ Always-On Front Preview Display -Dual Rear Cam 12MP f1.8 Primary 12MP f2.2 Ultrawide -Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ -8GB RAM -256GB UFS 3.0 Storage + MicroSD -3300 mAh
Tesla Cybertuck may be the ugliest truck that has ever seen the light of day. But everyone wants it! Besides being ugly, it is a real power pack and it has no problems in a tug of war against Ford’s F-150. Nor does it have any problems accelerating away faster than a Porsche 911.
Six years after the launch of the super successful Windows XP, the now infamous operating system, Windows Vista, was released to an unsuspecting public. For various reasons, the launch of Vista was marred by numerous incompatibility, stability, and otherwise onerous problems. While Microsoft actually made Vista much more palatable after 2 Service Pack upgrades, the damage […]
In April, @Ikea and @Sonos launched their highly anticipated Symfonisk collaboration, a 2019 #FCDesignAwards finalist which includes a silver-colored lamp with a bulbous, fabric-covered speaker as its base.Part of Ikea’s foray into smart-home products, the lamp helps Sonos technology blend easily into any room – at an affordable price of $179.
Apple Computer broadcasts their now-famous “1984” commercial introducing the Macintosh, during the third quarter of Super Bowl XVIII.
January 27, 2010. Apple introduces the iPad. While still only a few years old, the introduction of the iPad triggered the close of the PC era and will certainly go down in history as one of the pivotal points in computing history.
January 25, 2004. Opportunity rover (MER-B) lands on surface of Mars, three weeks after its twin, Spirit (MER-A), touched down on the other side of the planet. #nasa #mars #space #planets #history
On this day 36 years ago, Apple Computer, Inc. launches the Macintosh computer with a demonstration of the computer in front of 3,000 people. While the Apple Lisa was the first commercial computer with a graphical interface, the Macintosh would bring graphical computing, and computing in general, to “the rest of us”, as Apple’s early […]