Yahoo Mobile Phone Verizon
Yahoo, which was acquired by Verizon Media, unveiled its first smartphone, and it’s the ZTE Blade A3Y. At $49.99, it’s paired with Yahoo Mobile’s unlimited plan and works on Verizon’s powerful 4G LTE Network. Featuring a 5.45-inch 720HD display, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, an 8-megapixel rear-camera, 5-megapixel front-facing selfie camera, rear fingerprint sensor, and a 2660 mAh battery, all running Android 10.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 Smartphone
Photo credit: Lets Go Digital / Yanko Design
Samsung Display filed a design patent with the KIPO (Korean Intellectual Property Office) that was just published on July 2020 and it includes eight product sketches that could possibly be the next Galaxy Z Fold 3 smartphone. It features a dual-hinge form factor that is comprised of three separate displays. When completely opened, you have a tablet-like device, but regardless of the configuration, there is always at least one usable display.

Hyundai Smallest EV '45' Concept
Hyundai Motor Company built its smallest EV yet, and it’s based on their ‘45’ EV concept that debuted at the 2019 at the International Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt. The automaker’s designers took inspiration from the the signature ‘kinetic cube lamp’ design of ‘45’ and paired it with its angular, yet smooth, profile to create this yet-to-be-named EV in a sleek Performance Blue with orange accents.

HYBRiX Drone UAV World Record
Photo credit: Quaternium
Spain-based Quaternium collaborated with EFI manufacturer Löweheiser, a company known for the world’s smallest fuel injection system optimized for unmanned aircraft, to set a new flight record for UAVs. Using the experimental electric hybrid (gasoline + electric) HYBRiX 2.1 drone, the flight began at 8:20 am in the morning with a full tank with 16 liters of fuel and landed at 6:34 pm, or approximately after 10 hours and 14 minutes in the air.

DM-017 E-Fighter V2 Electric Motorcycle
Based on the 2020 Zero DS, the DM-017 V2 E-Fighter is Droog Moto’s latest electric motorcycle, and it looks to be straight from a sci-fi movie. Its all-electric drivetrain generates 46 horsepower and 78 lb-ft of torque, enabling it to top out at 98 mph, thanks to a 7.2 kWh battery pack. When fully charged, you can travel up to 89-miles in the city or 45-miles at highway speeds. Aesthetically, the Zero DS was stripped of everything but the essentials before getting an entirely new body design.