Swiss company Hydromea has just unveiled a prototype of the world’s first wireless portable underwater drone. It’s compact enough to fit into a backpack, can be remotely controlled, and transmits HD video in real=time without requiring any physical connection to the pilot. Some practical uses in inspection scenarios include surveying confined flooded spaces, like hydropower dams, closed waterways and ballast tanks on ships.
The Google Pixel 6 smartphone lineup is just around the corner, and technology leaker Jon Prosser gives us a first look. How so? Prosser managed to see some live hands-on images, but decided to not upload those and team up with a CG artist to create these renders. In addition to this handset being powered by the Google-developed “Whitechapel” SoC, it has a all-new camera bar.
Can’t get your hands on a decent graphics card due to the semiconductor shortage and want to mine cryptocurrency at home? Well, there’s an alternative, and it’s called CHIA. This coin may not have the market cap of bitcoin or ethereum, but it has already exceed 3 exabytes in netspace, or the space allocated to the network.
REGENT has just unveiled their new all-electric vehicle, the Seaglider, which will fly along coastal routes operated by airlines, ferry companies, and governments. This aircraft combines the speed, comfort, and navigation systems into an ultra quiet design that offers the convenience, maneuverability, and affordability of a boat.
Dassault Aviation’s new Falcon 10X business jet boasts the largest cabin and most advanced technology yet. Passengers will be able to enjoy a high level of comfort and versatility, complete with a range of 7,500 nautical miles. This means it’s capable of flying nonstop from New York to Shanghai, Los Angeles to Sydney, Hong Kong to New York or Paris to Santiago at a top speed of up to Mach 0.925.