Yesterday Moscow's main hipsterish attraction Gorky Park saw the launch of the most ambitious brand new mobile device so far—the world's first dual-screen smartphone with an "always on" EPD-display, YotaPhone.
MINI, an auto brand with British roots, is unveiling its latest incarnation that marks a profound change in the car’s appearance and technology.
Designed as giant Snow Globes, the pop-up venues evoke the festive spirit and provide a deeper insight into a variety of gadgets the tech powerhouse is here to offer.
The enhancements for weak-sighted people will be developed by New York-based company Rochester Optical and arrive in early 2014.
The brand has released an iPhone and Android app, “A Quest for Beauty,” as an audio curated tour that allows to browse through 31 from the +200 items on display.
The online platform is inviting users to find “real help from real people” in eight categories, from Art&Music and Cooking to Fitness&Nutrition and Health.
The new online service allows students to virtually explore various places of interest far away from their physical locations—like famous zoos, aquariums, planetariums, and more.
With a Scenthesizer prototype, DJs can diffuse various scents while a music track is playing.