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In this episode of Geared Up, Andru Edwards and Starla Sampaco discuss the FaceTime bug that allowed iPhone users to eavesdrop on the person they called, reports of a new gaming subscription service from Apple, the minimalist phone trend, signs of new iPads and a seventh-generation iPod touch, and a foldable phone from Samsung. Plus, if you're doing some last-minute TV shopping ahead of
Each year, the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) conducts a review of tall building trends. The influential body offers some fascinating insights in its 2018 Year in Review, including the continued importance of China as the world leader in tall building commissions. .. Continue Reading The only way is up: CTBUH reveals 2018's tall building trends Category: Architectur
Absent from the US market since 2011, Ford's mid-size pickup has been hugely popular as a twin-cab utility pickup elsewhere in the world. Now the Ranger's back on home turf, and we had a chance to get up close and personal at the International off-road and UTV expo in Scottsdale... Continue Reading Up close with the 2019 Ford Ranger Category: Automotive Tags: Ford Off
We are starting to see some exciting possibilities in the field of robotic construction and how it might not just take some of the load off human hands, but give rise to an entirely new branch of architecture. The Fiberbots developed at MIT are one impressive example of this, building self-supporting tubular structures from the ground up, which automatically adjust their shape and orientat
Gamasutra chats with veteran indie Cliff Harris (aka Cliffski) about the work that went into turning car manufacturing into an engrossing game in his Early Access puzzler Production Line. ...
Yesterday, Phase One announced its new IQ4 camera system, which includes numerous upgrades to usability and introduces three new digital backs, two of which feature 151-megapixel image sensors. Alongside the announcement, Phase One Industrial launched its 150MP Metric Camera and new aerial systems. The iXM-RS metric camera series is headlined by the iXM-RS150F, which captures 150-megapixel (14,
In order to make electric cars more appealing to consumers, automakers have been experimenting with robotic chargers that automatically plug themselves into specific cars such as Volkswagens or Teslas. A new system, however, is designed to work with a wide variety of electric vehicles... Continue Reading Robotic system identifies EVs and charges them up Category: Automotive Tags:
To say Tesla's production of its much-hyped Model 3 was slow out of the blocks could be putting it mildly, but it looks like things are starting to pick up for the debut mass market sedan. The company is now pumping out the vehicle in unprecedented numbers, and is eying sustainable profitability for the first time in its 15-year history... Continue Reading Tesla posts huge loss, but Model
Leatherman lists the Wave as its most popular multitool, but even the most adored of implements still have room for improvement. The updated Wave+ features all the versatility of the original but with redesigned pliers and sheath for better protection when not in use. .. Continue Reading Leatherman gives its popular Wave multitool a touch up Category: Outdoors Tags: Multi-To
E3, the biggest gaming convention in the U.S., started with a bang this week. Geared Up co-host Andru Edwards is down in Los Angeles for the show and on this episode, we run down the big game announcements of the year from Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo. Microsoft is pushing to make more Xbox-exclusive games by buying four popular game studios and founding another studio of its own; Sony's game


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