The smartphone in these images looks very strange indeed. It's crammed inside a funky black case to hide its true identity. According to the source of the images, inside that ugly black case is a prototype LG G5 smartphone. All you can really tell about the device is that it has "Not for Sale" written in the top corner.
We often get our first glimpse at unannounced smartphones and tablets when they turn up on GFXBench and similar sources. The tablet that has surfaced at the benchmark website this time out is the HTC Desire T7. The device carries model number HTC IV5001-A and will rock a 6.9-inch screen. Last summer a leak pegged the price of the tablet at $170.
Android fans are always out for the latest flavor of the OS for the smartphones. While users of many of the latest smartphones from HTC and LG have been enjoying Android 6.0 Marshmallow for a while now, fans of Samsung devices have been left out. A leaked roadmap has surfaced that claims to show when Samsung fans will get their hands on Android 6.0.
Building robots that are able to solve the Rubik's Cube puzzles from the '80s is a past time for many folks who are always after a world record with their name on it. Two guys named Jay flatland and Paul Rose have built what they claim to be the world's fastest robot for solving the puzzle cube.
Asus ZenFone fans have something to get excited about with some details of an unreleased new version of the ZenFone making the rounds today. A new ZenFone 3 configuration has turned up after testing via GFX Bench called the Z010DD. The benchmarks gave up some details on the hardware the phone has inside.
Garmin has rolled out a new smartwatch aimed at people who spend a lot of time on the water. The new smartwatch is called the quatix 3 and it is a marine focused watch that has cruising, fishing, and sailing capabilities. The watch has sunlight-readable high-resolution color display and comes loaded with features that are specifically marine in nature.
Life on the ISS is never boring and you can do things in microgravity that you could never think of when you are on Earth. You can make floating balls of water for instance simply by squeezing water out of a straw. Astronaut Scott Kelly has shown off something cool that you could never do on Earth, play ping-pong with a floating orb of water.
All you have to do is look up at the night sky to see how many stars are out there, many with Earth-like worlds orbiting the star. Scientists searching for alien life have often wondered why with so many potentially habitable planets orbiting the plethora of stars in the universe, why haven't we heard any signs of other intelligent life.
There have been many leaks over the last few months that claim to offer up details about the coming Samsung flagship smartphone called the Galaxy S7. So far, we have had leaks that claim to confirm the Exynos chipset inside the smartphone. We've talked quite a bit about what might be inside the Galaxy S7 when it launches.
Google Street View has taken us to all sorts of locations that you might not have expected over the years. From showing you what your own neighborhood looks like to checking out what the world under the ocean waves looks like, Street View has gone lots of places. The most recent location you can now explore with Street View is from of the highest mountain peaks in Europe called Mont Blanc massif.