Gboard keyboard for Android gets Bitmoji and downloadable stickers

Google has just announced an update to its mobile keyboard for Android, Gboard, that makes it easy to express whatever your emotions are. Google is rolling out the update over the next few days, so you may not be seeing it right now. If you are, though, you now have the ability to download stickers and insert them directly into … Continue reading

Nintendo ordered to pay $10 million in Wii patent lawsuit

Today, a Dallas jury awarded iLife Technologies $10 million in its patent infringement lawsuit against Nintendo of America. The suit, which was brought forth in 2013, alleged that Nintendo used iLife's technology when creating its motion-sensing Wii...

DJI Mavic Pro Platinum cuts down on noise, adds extra minutes of flight time

DJI's Mavic Pro was released last year to plug what the company saw as a bit ...

Chinese drone giant DJI has rolled into this year's IFA in Berlin with a few quiet upgrades to its existing lineup, literally. The compact Mavic Pro Platinum is claimed to make 60 percent less noise than its predecessor, while a smaller sibling has also received some new shooting capabilities.

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Aftershokz Trekz Air bone conduction headphones leave your ears exposed

Earbuds are your best option when out and about, but what about the times you need your ears exposed? Jogging near a street, for example, is a bad time to have earbuds packed in your ears, obscuring your ability to hear nearby cars. The solution? Aftershokz Trekz bone conduction ‘headphones’ that deliver music through your skull. While ordinary earbuds and … Continue reading

Parallels makes Windows apps work with your MacBook’s TouchBar

If you're one of those Apple users who likes (or needs) to run Mac OS and Windows side by side, you'll probably be into Parallels Desktop 13. Especially if you have one of those MacBook Pros with a TouchBar. The latest version of the software makes c...

Insect eyes could hold the key to durable perovskite solar cells

The team from Stanford University used the compound eyes of insects as inspiration for the design

A team of scientists from Stanford University has discovered a method of constructing perovskite solar cells with enhanced durability by taking inspiration from the honeycomb structure of insect eyes. The cells, which use a crystalline material called perovskite, are cheaper and easier to produce than traditional silicon cells, and their efficiency has increased significantly since they were introduced in 2009.

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