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Innovation

A flying car is set to come from Boeing and Porsche

Published on 10/12/2019 @ 1 AM EST

The two companies are working together to create an electric vehicle that is capable of vertical takeoff and landing. They're essentially designing a flying car, and they've even agreed to craft a prototype together. Boeing and Porsche will also look into the overall industry of urban air mobility.

Google Maps improves its directions for visual impairment

Published on 10/12/2019 @ 1 AM EST

The new audio direction feature announces busy crosswalks and more detailed directions. Though Google Maps already offered voice navigation, this service is geared toward those with visual impairments who are walking to a destination. It's currently available in the US in English and Japan in Japanese.

Leaked images of Samsung Galaxy A90 5G appear on Twitter

Published on 09/02/2019 @ 10 AM EST

Released by Evan Blass, clips and images of the upcoming 5G smartphone surprised consumers. While the development of another 5G phone isn't shocking, the fact that it is a mid-range device without the high-end price tag is unique.

Tesla Model 3 interior excludes leather

Published on 09/02/2019 @ 10 AM EST

Achieving a goal the company made earlier this year, the new vehicle interiors are now suitable for vegans. Tesla had trouble finding an ideal non-leather material for heated steering wheels, but the Model 3 interior will officially be free of animal skin by 2020.

Realme XT provides first 64-megapixel camera

Published on 08/27/2019 @ 10 AM EST

The company shared an image of its future handset, revealing that it would be the first phone with this sensor. However, Xiaomi may offer this resolution level in its Redmi Note 8 on August 29. Neither company has announced a release date for their handsets.

Google and Dell partner to create Chromebook Enterprise

Published on 08/26/2019 @ 11 AM EST

Likely in a bid to take business away from Microsoft, the two companies are working together on new laptops for businesses. Chromebook Enterprise, which features Chrome OS on the Dell Latitude laptop, should compete with Windows-based laptops.