This Monstrous Battery Can Charge Your Phone for 40 Days After the Apocalypse

By Andrew Liszewski The average smartphone’s battery provides around 2,500mAh of power—usually enough to get you through the day. Anker’s new PowerHouse, which is about the size of a cinderblock, boasts

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Concerts Will Never Be The Same Again Thanks To This Insane Technology

By Stacey Leasca (Elite Daily) – Imagine this: You’ve paid a premium to attend your favorite music festival. You’ve packed your bags and all your buddies are onboard. You travel for

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Sony PlayStation VR to Launch Globally in October, Cost $399

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Sony Corp announced on Tuesday that its virtual reality headset for PlayStation will launch globally in October for $399, a move that undercuts its biggest competitor

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Dronebox Could Allow UAVs to Work for Months

(Reuters)  A Singaporean company has launched a device which fully automates drone services, potentially allowing UAVs to operate for months without human intervention. Jim Drury reports.   This drone recharging

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World’s First Thermal Imaging Phone Camera

(Reuters)  What’s been billed as the world’s first thermal imaging phone has gone on display at the Mobile World Congress. Jim Drury reports.   It’s billed as the world’s first

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Pet Carrier for Scooters

(Reuters) The creators of Pet on Wheels, a hard case pet carrier for scooters, motorcycles, bikes and cars, hope to transform the lives of motorists and their pets. Edward Baran

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For Winter Sport Enthusiasts, Enter the Age of Drones

(Reuters) Semi-autonomous drones are the latest technology to enter the world of winter sports. Ben Gruber reports.   The ability to capture video of your run down a mountain has

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Smartphones Not So Smart with Urgent Medical Questions

By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) – Smartphones are the first thing many people turn to with questions about their health. But when it comes to urgent queries about issues like

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