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JerryRigEverything just published this 7-minute teardown video of the Samsung Galaxy S9, and one of the interesting things it reveals is the mechanical workings of the DxOMark-leading camera, which is the first smartphone camera to feature a variable aperture.After opening up the phone and examining the camera module, JerryRigEverything finds a lever that allows the blades to be physically opened
Not content with creating low-light monsters in the world of interchangeable lens cameras, Sony has created a new smartphone dual camera that can shoot photos at a whopping ISO 51200 and videos at ISO 12800.The technology is being showcased at the 2018 Mobile World Congress, which kicked off yesterday. “At Sony, we know how important a sophisticated camera is in a smartphone, so we have con
the 2018 edition will bring together the world’s most established brands, emerging designers from china and abroad, and internationally renowned galleries under one roof.The post design shanghai celebrates its fifth anniversary with five shows in one appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Virgin Hyperloop One has been making inroads in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for a little while, having already presented its vision for a route connecting cities across the Middle East, including a 12-minute link between Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Now it has unveiled a prototype pod developed together with Dubai's transport authority, offering locals a little glimpse at a potential future of sub
rial reminds us that, sometimes, the success of a relationship is as predictable as the 90 degree angle on an allen key.The post michelle rial shows us quantitative and qualitative data for, uh, everything appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
The latest corruption perceptions data covering 2017 was released overnight by Transparency International, making it the 25th year such data has been available. New Atlas has been reporting TI's annual corruption data now for 18 years and sadly, very little has changed...Continue Reading Latest corruption data shows the world's governments are still just as rottenCategory: ScienceTags:
A team of scientists has studied 25 years' worth of satellite data, and calculated that the sea level isn't rising at a steady rate, it's accelerating. If the trend continues, the total sea level rise could be twice as high as previous projections by 2100...Continue Reading 25-year study shows sea level rise is acceleratingCategory: EnvironmentTags: climate change Goddard Space
Kia has lifted the veil on a small SUV aimed for the Indian market, positioning it as a preview for the badge's full debut in the country next year. The curvy SP Concept was revealed at the 2018 AutoExpo currently underway in India, and as a compact SUV is built to tap into what Kia says is proving a popular choice of vehicle in the region...Continue Reading Kia shows off SP SUV Concept as fi
After reading our recent coverage on Instagrammers hurting an iconic tree in New Zealand just to snap the same photo everyone else has already taken, photographer and videographer Oliver KMIA decided to put together a short video with a single, tongue-in-cheek purpose:I wanted to show how people take the same picture over and over again while traveling.The result is Instatravel, a video slideshow
Flexible batteries may not be an entirely new idea, but here's a development with more backbone than most: engineers at Columbia have developed a flexible lithium ion battery shaped much like a human spine. The battery is claimed to offer superior energy density to the flexible prototypes we've seen before...Continue Reading Columbia shows off bendy battery inspired by the human spineCategory is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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