Lenovo’s new ThinkReality A3 business smartglasses look almost normal

Smartglasses are slowly advancing, maybe becoming a mainstream consumer product that companies like Facebook and Apple will eventually try to sell us. In the meantime, designing commercial versions for business might still be the best landing spot for hardware makers. Lenovo’s new ThinkReality A3 AR smartglasses, announced at this year’s virtual CES and coming in mid-2021, is

Samsung’s busy 2021 starts with CES and Galaxy S21 launch

An expanded foldables lineup. More 5G phones. Smarter gadgets. Computers, TVs, home appliances and a host of other devices. Maybe even lower prices. After a crazy 2020, this new year could be one of Samsung’s busiest yet. To take advantage of the opportunity 2021 brings, the South Korean company needs to be bolder to regain its status as an innovation powerhouse, while also

Georgia unveils the first EV-charging ‘solar roadway’ in the US

The City of Peachtree Corners in Gwinnett County, Georgia has launched a new solar roadway system that produces energy for an electric vehicle (EV) charging station at city hall. Separately, the city has also revealed a new EV fast-charging plaza for up to 16 vehicles. The plaza is the inaugural project in Peachtree Corners’ new EV

Trump tweets from POTUS handle account, says looking ‘at the possibilities of building out our own platform’

President Donald Trump continued tweeting Friday evening using the government-owned @POTUS account, despite having his @realDonaldTrump account permanently suspended by Twitter earlier in the day. “As I have been saying for a long time, Twitter has gone further and further in banning free speech, and tonight, Twitter employees have coordinated with the Democrats and Radical Left in

Stocks Hit New Record Highs, Tesla Beats Facebook in Market Value

THE STOCK MARKET ENDS the first trading week of the year with new record highs. The Dow Jones Industrial Average finished up 0.18% at 31,097 points, the S&P 500 pointed up 0.55% at 3,824 points and the Nasdaq increased 1.03% today, ending at 13,201 points. Markets shrugged at the disappointing December jobs report, which showed

Mercedes-Benz unveils its absolutely massive 56-inch ‘Hyperscreen’ display

There are big infotainment displays. And then there’s Mercedes-Benz’s “Hyperscreen.” The German automaker just unveiled a mammoth, pillar-to-pillar, 56-inch touchscreen that will debut in the upcoming EQS luxury electric sedan. The Hyperscreen is the centerpiece of the automaker’s second generation MBUX infotainment system that eschews physical buttons in favor of a completely digital (and voice-controlled) in-car user experience.

‘Anarchy in the USA’: what the papers say about the storming of the US Capitol

The extraordinary and violent scenes that consumed the US Capitol building on Wednesday have dominated news coverage across the world. The Guardian carries a scene from the Capitol’s rotunda, filled with a pro-Trump mob waving the flag of their leader: “Chaos as pro-Trump mob storms US Capitol”. Prominence is given to a quote from the US president-elect, Joe Biden,