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LG’s dual-screen ‘Wing’ phone will be revealed on September 14th

Published on 09/02/2020 @ 4 PM EST

As reported by Engadget, "The first LG dual-screen phone will kick off its Explorer Project in two weeks." The teaser video shows a device that will extend its display, with a screen rotating into view.

LG made a virtual showroom to show off its IFA 2020 lineup

Published on 09/01/2020 @ 4 PM EST

This year IFA 2020 is an invite-only affair that’s limited to 1,000 people per day, though, which is probably why LG has launched a virtual showroom even though it will be attending as a presenter. The company has launched a realistic rendering of Messe Berlin’s Hall 18, and you can explore it online like you would an actual showroom. [via Engadget]

Amazon’s Prime Air drone delivery trials might come up soon in the US

Published on 08/31/2020 @ 3 PM EST

As reported by Engadget, "As of today, Amazon is officially an “air carrier.” The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) granted Amazon Prime Air the designation, which allows Amazon to begin its first commercial delivery trials in the US, Bloomberg reports. The company will use the hexagon-shaped next-gen hybrid drone it showed off last year."

Tesla Autopilot now detects speed limit signs

Published on 08/30/2020 @ 9 AM EST
The automaker is pushing a software update that lets Autopilot detect speed limit signs using the EV’s cameras. Your car should stick to the limit more accurately than it did before when it was relying solely on GPS data. You shouldn’t risk a ticket just because your car sped up prematurely. [via Engadget]

Elon Musk unveils V2 of the Neuralink brain-machine interface surgery bot

Published on 08/29/2020 @ 9 AM EST
Musk took to the stage at the Neuralink headquarters on Friday afternoon to reveal a working “V2” prototype of the automated surgical system that the company debuted last year. This machine will “sew” as many as 1,024 impossibly thin 5 micron-wide electrodes into a person’s brain. [via Engadget]

Under-screen cameras might come to Xiaomi smartphones next year

Published on 08/28/2020 @ 4 PM EST

As stated by Techcrunch, "Xiaomi certainly isn’t the first to offer a clever technological solution to the problem — and it’s also certainly not the only company to show off under-screen camera tech — but next year, it’s committed to bringing that technology to market."