Nancy Lanza

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samsung-galaxy-note-7
Nancy Lanza on 11th Oct

After weeks of rumors, Samsung now confirms it’s going to bring back the Samsung Note 7… form of. Samsung will now...

Bolt magnetic USB-C cable
Nancy Lanza on 27th Sep

MacBook users seeking out a way to add the notable magnetic power connection which Apple foolishly removed from their brand...

zero-wireless
Nancy Lanza on 21st Sep

The Raspberry Pi is celebrating its fifth birthday, and to honor the occasion, the Raspberry Pi Foundation just announced...

Flickr,
Nancy Lanza on 07th Sep

Yahoo is announcing the release of a brand new function in Flickr: the potential to search for photographs which can be visually...

darling smartphone
Nancy Lanza on 29th Aug

Phone makers are constantly striving to carry innovative functions to their devices. ProTruly is one such organization that...

cnct intelliPLUG
Nancy Lanza on 25th Aug

Meet intelliPlug, created by cnct, is a small smart plug that generally does no longer block the usage of surrounding outlets...

Renault-Nissan Alliance
Nancy Lanza on 17th Aug

The Renault-Nissan Alliance recently announced that it’ll team up with the Transdev, a corporation worried in autonomous...

Nancy Lanza on 07th Aug

A startup team from Berlin has created a table light in order to control all your smart home tech devices and respond on your questions. The Covi hub that comes strolling Amazon’s Alexa, so you can have interaction with it thru speech for controlling different smart gadgets or looking for answers in your questions on the internet. COVI Smart Lamp...

Nancy Lanza on 31st Jul

Tesla owners are in for some good news. The company, after allowing the users to check empty stalls at supercharger stations’ availability in real time, has now decided to increase the number of Supercharger locations in North America by the end of 2017, the company said in an investor letter. Tesla presently has 373 Supercharger stations in North...

Nancy Lanza on 27th Jul

Raspberry Pi fan or those ones seeking to research more about robotics may be interested by a new Raspberry Pi powered robot arm known as the MeArm Pi, which has been created by way of Mime Industries primarily based in Nottingham within the united kingdom. It’s a KickStarter projector and the purpose is to get youngsters excited about technology...