Posts Tagged ‘phones’

Criminals are using drones to airdrop drugs and porn into prison

Amazon is experimenting with drone delivery in hopes to ship your impulse buys through the air, but a much seedier group seems to have already mastered the craft– much to the chagrin of law enforcement groups across the United States. According to a report published this weekend by USA Today, drones have been used on […]

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This supercapacitor could let you charge your phone in five seconds

Cell phones batteries that lose storage capacity after 18 months and take 30 minutes to charge may become a thing of the past as a study team from the University of Central Florida has developed a groundbreaking supercapacitor. In a report published by the journal ACS Nano, the researchers described how they developed flexible supercapacitors […]

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Satellite images spot communities that need vaccines

Looking for population shifts on satellite images could be a way to deliver vaccines and […]

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The Google Pixel’s "Amazing" Camera

For the last six years, Google’s Nexus phones have represented (or at least tried to) the platonic ideal of what Google thought an Android user’s experience could be. The California company partnered with hardware manufacturers such as HTC, Samsung, Mo…

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