Sunday, April 23, 2017


Elago M4 iPhone Charger Case - 3794081
Elago M4 iPhone Charger Case - 3794080
If you’re one of those people who complains that Apple’s best years as a company are long behind them, then this new charger-case might just be for you. Elago has created a case called the M4 the recreates the iconic computer from 1984 at a fraction of the scale — 5.8 inches long, 4.3 inches wide, and 5 inches tall. Simply slide your iPhone 6, 6s or 7 into the silicon face, connect it to a BlueTooth keyboard and you too can pretend you have a palm-sized computer from the ’80s. If you’re really retro-obsessed, you can pair it with the design company’s W3 case for the Apple Watch and complete the set.
The M4 stand is available in both black and classic white on the company’s webstore and Amazon for $29 USD.
The World's First Electric Air Taxi Has Taken a Successful Test Flight

Munich startup, Lilium aims to get ahead of the on-demand taxi game occupied by companies like Uber and Lyft by developing the world’s first electric air taxi. The air craft was controlled remotely for a vertical take-off before going into forward flight and testing a series of complex maneuvers, which it completed successfully. A manned flight is expected to take place somewhere in the near future, followed by an upgrade to a five-seater design. In the meantime, the CEO has stated he’s happy they’ve  found a solution to some of the “toughest engineering challenges in aviation.” Check out the clip above of the company’s first test flight.
GoPro Debuts Its First Spherical Camera - 3793816
As near professional, high quality gear continues to become widely accessible to the public, GoPro takes things a huge step forward in debuting its first spherical camera. According to CEO Nicholas Woodman, the new tool which has been dubbed “Fusion,” is “six GoPro cameras fused into one.” Giving Facebook some competition following the launch of it’s 360 camera, the GoPro will shoot in 5.2K resolution and allow users to capture both VR and non-VR footage, as well as still shots by pulling compositions from a spherical image. The camera is expected to release later this year in limited numbers, check back as more information surfaces.

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