Author Archives: Shane McGlaun


Nokia’s Android future to be built by Foxconn

Nokia’s Android future to be built by Foxconn

Nokia fell from some lofty heights when it went from being the most popular mobile phone maker in the land to having a hard time competing in the smartphone world. Ultimately, Nokia ended up in an agreement with Microsoft that prevented it from building any smartphones of its own for a time. Once that agreement with Microsoft ends, Nokia has said that it will be back to making smartphones and we have heard in the past that the smartphones will be powered by Android.

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Geek turns old-school typewriter into a printer

Geek turns old-school typewriter into a printer

A geek named Chris Gregg wanted to convert an old-school typewriter to a printer that could be controlled by his computer. To start the project he laid hands on a Smith Corona electric typewriter from the 60s to use for the project. His original goal was to use the computer to drive the key switches without actually having to touch the keys of the typewriter.

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Jaguar F-Pace teased on video

Jaguar F-Pace teased on video

Jaguar has made no secret that it has a new crossover SUV in the world the new SUV will be called the F-Pace and it will be based on the design on the sexy C-X17 concept SUV. the official unveil for the F-Pace is coming in Frankfurt and until that official unveil all we have to go on are spy shots and a video offered up form Jaguar to show us what the crossover is all about.

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Researchers turn small swarm of robots into Gauss gun able to penetrate tissues

Researchers turn small swarm of robots into Gauss gun able to penetrate tissues

Science is to the point today where we can build tiny nano machines that are capable of being injected into a human body. The challenge now is to make those tiny machines usable for treating different conditions inside the body. One way that researchers are controlling tiny robots inside the body is by using an MRI machine that allows the delivery of control signal to the machines and allows researchers to see what the robots are doing and where they are going.

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SpaceX to try third attempt at rocket landing on Sunday

SpaceX to try third attempt at rocket landing on Sunday

SpaceX is one of the most successful private space flight companies in the world and has done very well with its Dragon capsule resupply missions to the ISS. One thing that SpaceX has been trying to perfect is the ability to land and reuse the first stage of the Falcon 9 rocket to help cut the costs of space flight. SpaceX notes that the rocket itself is most of the cost of space flight.

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Samsung Electronics and LG U+ partner to develop 5G tech

Samsung Electronics and LG U+ partner to develop 5G tech

Earlier this week we talked about how the ITU has defined 5G technology for the mobile space. The ITU defined 5G networks as having data speeds of at least 20 Gbps. Samsung Electronics and Korean telecommunications carrier LG U+ have now announced that they will team up to jointly develop 5G technology. Korean carrier KT has already announced that it plans to show off 5G networks during the 2018 Winter Olympic Games to be held in Korea.

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Nissan Juke-R 2.0 pumps the power to 600hp

Nissan Juke-R 2.0 pumps the power to 600hp

Back in 2011, Nissan showed off the very first version of the Juke-R and the little crossover looked really cool. That original car packed the powertrain from a GT-R under its crossover body marking a seriously high performance car that Nissan would actually build you if you had enough cash. Nissan has now announced the Juke-R 2.0 and like the original, this car has the drive train from a Nissan GT-R underneath.

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