Posts Tagged: small

MIT’s $10,000 robotic furniture is making its way to small homes

A few years ago, MIT designed a piece of furniture worth $ 10,000 — not because it's made of luxury materials, but because it can transform at the press of a button. Now, that piece of robotic furniture called "Ori Systems" is available for pre-order…
Engadget RSS Feed

Rocket Lab is almost ready to take small payloads into space

Rocket Lab is ready to start testing the rocket it developed to ferry small payloads to space. The US- and New Zealand-based company has decided to launch its Electron rocket anytime within a 10-day window that starts at 5PM Eastern on May 21st. It w…
Engadget RSS Feed

Moto Z2 Force video and renders reveal small details and bigger changes

A few days ago a low quality render surfaced that appeared to show the forthcoming Motorola Moto Z2 Force and earlier today news surfaced that the device may not be a Verizon exclusive. New renders and a video reveal much more detail about the device and although the overall device is similar to last year’s […]

Come comment on this article: Moto Z2 Force video and renders reveal small details and bigger changes

Visit TalkAndroid


TalkAndroid

One small sip for man: Engineering students aim to brew first beer on moon

Conducted as part of TeamIndus’ Lab2Moon competition, a group of engineering students at UC San Diego hopes to become the first to brew a batch of beer on the moon. The project also intends to study yeast’s reaction in space.

The post One small sip for man: Engineering students aim to brew first beer on moon appeared first on Digital Trends.

Cool Tech–Digital Trends

How Carnival’s small, wearable Medallion crafts a cruise just for you

Princess Cruise ships will be the first Carnival Corporation brand to offer wearable technology that unlocks new interactions for passengers before, during and after a cruise. The quarter-sized Medallion seamlessly connects guests with the ship’s entertainment, dining, navigation and payment systems and offers artificial intelligence that adapts to every choice that’s made in real time.

The post How Carnival’s small, wearable Medallion crafts a cruise just for you appeared first on Digital Trends.

Wearables–Digital Trends

Small text won’t be an issue with Virgin Media’s huge 14-inch TellyTablet

British company Virgin Media unveiled the TellyTablet, an Android tablet equipped with a huge 14-inch display. The company positions the tablet as a “personal” smart TV that has access to Google Play.

The post Small text won’t be an issue with Virgin Media’s huge 14-inch TellyTablet appeared first on Digital Trends.

Android Army–Digital Trends

Small furry mammals inspired researchers to create groundbreaking wetsuit material

Could your next wetsuit be fashioned after the fur of hairy, semiaquatic mammals like beavers and sea otters? Quite possibly yes, if these researchers have anything to say about it. Here’s why their work is exciting.

The post Small furry mammals inspired researchers to create groundbreaking wetsuit material appeared first on Digital Trends.

Wearables–Digital Trends

Uber wants to fly you to work in a small autonomous aircraft

Uber says it’s interested in launching a city-based air service to give riders access to faster modes of transport. But instead of using a good ol’ fashioned helicopter, it wants to develop a much quieter machine that can fly autonomously.

The post Uber wants to fly you to work in a small autonomous aircraft appeared first on Digital Trends.

Cool Tech–Digital Trends

Final Cut Pro X helps small company delight world’s biggest clients

When Trim Editing started creating music videos over a decade ago, just paying the rent was a huge accomplishment. Now, the small East London company is crafting award-winning visuals for big brands — like Audi, Nike, Adidas, and Guinness — propelled by the power of Final Cut Pro X. The video editing software’s comprehensive features allow Trim Editing to organize film and audio clips, pull together compelling projects, and make changes on the fly. “When I’m playing back an edit for a director, they’ll say, ‘Okay, let’s go and make those changes I talked about.’ I’ll say, ‘Oh, no, they’re already done,’ and we’ll jump back and watch it again. People can’t believe that I’ve magically done the change before we even finish playback,” says editor Thomas Grove Carter.
Apple Hot News

The iPhone SE vs. the competition: Small but strong

In the ongoing march to larger screen sizes, the new iPhone SE might seem like a step backwards. But it's welcome relief to people who find large handsets unwieldy. However, even if few phones aren't as little as the new 4-inch iPhone, there are stil…
Engadget RSS Feed

Today’s Instagram update contains just small cosmetic changes

instagram_app_icon

Earlier today, Instagram started pushing out a small update to users of its Android app. It includes just two small cosmetic changes that the average probably won’t even notice.

instagram_cosmetic_update_031416

Notice anything?

If nothing jumped out from the screenshot above, I’ll just tell you what Instagram changed:

  • Icon for Instagram Direct, the feature that allows direct messaging between users, now sits within a circle of a lighter shade of blue
  • Timestamps have moved from the top of posts to beneath the comments section

In 2016, Instagram has been pretty active pushing out little updates like today’s in addition to implementing new features. Multi-account support came in February and Instagram started showing video views days shortly after. Then Instagram brought in two-factor authentication to enhance security for users worldwide.

Instagram actually started the year by hiring Twitter’s Kevin Weil as its Head of Product. Since then, the Facebook-owned service began cracking down on users who promote other social media profiles on Instagram.

Play Store Download Link

Come comment on this article: Today’s Instagram update contains just small cosmetic changes

Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!


Android News, Rumours, and Updates

DARPA’s new drone will be able to take off and land on small Navy ships autonomously

A new unmanned aerial system program developed by DARPA and the U.S. Navy aims to launch and land on small Navy ships completely autonomously. The program just entered its next phase of research and testing.

The post DARPA’s new drone will be able to take off and land on small Navy ships autonomously appeared first on Digital Trends.

Cool Tech»Digital Trends