Startup nears completion of consumer-ready flying car

A little startup based in Slovakia has just shown off what could be the future of modern transportation, a flying car capable of hitting a top-flight speed of 100 miles per hour.
The vehicle, which is about the size of a minivan, was unveiled at an annual innovation conference at Vienna’s H…

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Don’t hold out for a cheap iPhone

An Apple executive says that its not happening.

There were countless rumors and reports every single day of last year before iPhone 5c was unveiled that Apple will soon launch a cheap iPhone that will help it go head to head against Android devices in emerging markets like India and China….

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Analyst predicts iPhone 6 will outsell Galaxy Note 4 10-to-1

]This won’t be music to Samsung’s ears.

We often see comparisons of how Samsung’s products perform in the market as compared to Apple’s iPhones. Samsung retains its crown of the world’s largest smartphone vendor only because it makes and sells dozens of different…

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iPads still cash cow for Apple, as Air 2 bill of materials starts at $275

A recent teardown has revealed the iPad Air 2 comes with more RAM, a better processor but smaller battery than its predecessor, and now a second disassemble operation explores the impact on the 9.7 incher’s production costs.

It should come as no surprise by now Apple builds its iGear on the c…

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Samsung inadvertently confirms Galaxy Note 10.1 (2015), mum’s the word on specs

Samsung’s job for 2014 may not be done yet, according to fresh speculation floating around, and last year’s mind-blowing Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet could be in for an even more breathtaking sequel.

There were two things that made Samsung’s pre-IFA Unpacked press event special and unusual this year….

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Fitbit goes all in with Charge, Charge HR activity trackers, Surge fitness ‘super watch’

Proving it has quickly become a name to be reckoned with in the blossoming wearable scene even for marketing juggernauts like Apple or Samsung, Fitbit has taken the wraps off three new fitness-focused gadgets, ranging from basic to… a little more advanced.

Fitbit is not yet ready to take on the …

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Rumor: Sony looking to take on Microsoft, Samsung in 12+ inch tablet sector

Current demand hardly justifies new pushes from mobile players in the not-so-mobile 12-inch tablet scene, but Sony reportedly sees great potential there, as do Samsung or Microsoft.

PCs are not dead, there’re merely transforming and adapting to new trends. Convertibles might well be the next b…

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