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OnePlus developed a smartwatch but scrapped plans to release it

OnePlus completed designs for a smartwatch, but in the end the company decided against releasing it to the public in order to remain more focused on its smartphone business, according to CEO Pete Lau.

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Korean scientists have developed a legitimate 3D hologram you can view from any angle

Researchers in Korea have developed the world’s first real, floating, three-dimensional hologram in the form of a Rubik’s Cube. The hologram appears thanks to the effect of diffraction from a complex system of high-powered multicolor lasers.

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Newly developed artificial brain cells allow robots to navigate without sensors

Inspired by human anatomy, researchers at Singapore’s A*STAR have simulated the activity of location-sensing brain cells to help robots navigate.

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Japanese scientists have developed a rock-paper-scissors robot that never loses

University of Tokyo’s Janken robot is on a winning streak. Ever since its inception in 2013, the robot has never lost a game of rock-scissors-paper. Now on version 3.0, the robot is better than ever.

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WSU scientists have developed stretchable metal, paving the way for flexible electronics

Researchers at Washington State University may have discovered a way of stretching metal circuitry to twice its size, possibly solving one of the biggest challenges in the growing field of flexible electronics.

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