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Apple might be reviving its ‘Project Titan' car project

Apple might be reviving its ‘Project Titan' car project

The ex-Tesla employee, Doug Field, after a stint with the car maker, has been rehired by Apple. Field, who worked with Tesla for five long years and oversaw the production of Model 3, was recently cha... Read more

Lights Camera Action! SiOnyx Aurora, the world's first day/night camera

Lights Camera Action! SiOnyx Aurora, the world's first day/night camera

SiOnyx has built the first-ever day/night video camera with an ultra-low-light sensor and true night vision. SiOnyx’s new action camera “challenges the night to reveal its true colors&rdqu... Read more

Check out Nikon's full-frame mirrorless camera

Check out Nikon's full-frame mirrorless camera

In the photography world, mirrorless and full-frame cameras are making headway, making the devices smaller and light-weight and at the same time capturing wonderful images. Here comes Nikon, with a co... Read more

Weird but revolutionary Laowa Probe lens for macro videography

Weird but revolutionary Laowa Probe lens for macro videography

Venus Optics, the photography experts and lens makers surprises the market with one of the weirdest but most genius macro lens ever, Laowa 24mm f/14 probe. Laowa 24mm allows you to focus really close ... Read more

Centauro, the six-limbed robot will save lives in the future

Centauro, the six-limbed robot will save lives in the future

Centauro – a new search-and-rescue robot with four-wheeled legs and two karate-chopping hands is myth-inspired robotics. Researchers at the Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia built the new 5-foot-t... Read more

Amazon facial surveillance technology faces backlash after failing ACLU test

Amazon facial surveillance technology faces backlash after failing ACLU test

Amazon’s facial recognition technology, Rekognition incorrectly matched 28 members of the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) to criminals arrested for a crime. The test scanned faces of all t... Read more

Harvard's New Robotic Cockroach, HAMR Can Walk on Water

Harvard's New Robotic Cockroach, HAMR Can Walk on Water

Harvard’s Ambulatory MicroRobot (HAMR) is Harvard’s new and impressive insect-inspired robot which can walk on (under) water as it does on land. The team behind HAMR was keen to mimic a co... Read more