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Project Ara | By Motorola

Remember the popular Phonebloks concept that went viral across the web recently? Well now phone manufacturer Mororola have teamed up with the Phonebloks creator´s inspiring vision to make this concept become a reality! Named Project Ara, the idea is to develop a more sustainable and democratic smartphone, allowing the user to customize their phone according to their needs, adding modules such as a bigger storage block, a bigger battery block, more memory, bigger speaker and so on. You can also eventually upgrade any block without having to replace your phone. Watch the original Phonebloks video after the jump to get a better picture.



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AMAZON ECHO

Amazon have officially announced their latest tech innovation, the Echo, a voice controlled smart speaker. The cylindrical device is always on and works as a Siri-like assistant, it was designed around your voice and houses seven microphones to easily pick up information you may ask, such as the weather, play a specific music or playlist, set an alarm, answer questions and a lot more, the more you use it the more it adapts to your personal preferences. Echo is packe...
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KOR-FX | IMMERSIVE GAMING VEST

KOR-FX is a tech company aiming to change the way we game forever. Their new product is the next evolution in gaming, the KOR-FX gaming vest takes you into the fourth dimension of gaming. The vest uses award-winning 4DFX technology that transforms the audio coming from your games or media into pinpointed high-definition feedback that allows you to feel the on-screen action and environmental factors for the first time. This creates an incredible sense of immersion wh...
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RIP STEVE JOBS

"Death is very likely the single best invention of life," said Steve Jobs, in 2005, to an audience of students at Stanford University, USA. The visionary genius of Apple liked to remember death to make "big choices in life." The iconic co-founder of Apple died on October 5, 56, after years of fighting a rare form of cancer pancreas. "Apple has lost a visionary and creative genius and the world lost a great human being," reads the company website." Steve leaves behin...
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