Tech Stuff


April 4, 2017 by Nelson G

The global technology company known as PowerVision has created an aquatic drone, the PowerRay, capable of recording videos and taking pictures underwater as well as helping find and lure fish. The PowerRay connects to your smartphone via Bluetooth and sends all the information the drone receives to the user by using the PowerRay’s Android or […]


March 30, 2017 by Nelson G

SuitX is a company that manufactures exoskeletons for industrial, military, and medical use. They have multiple exoskeleton models available such as the the MAX suit and the new Phoenix exoskeleton. The Phoenix is the lightest and most advanced design used for allowing those disabled from the waist down to easily be able to stand upright […]


March 28, 2017 by Nelson G

The French company known as Plume Labs has created a lightweight, wearable device that can track the quality of the air around you. This new device, called the ‘Flow’, will help users be able to avoid air that has been polluted as well as tracking the pollution levels of the air in the areas the […]


March 22, 2017 by Nelson G

ODG (Osterhout Design Group) has announced the R–8 and R–9, two new models of their R–series VR (Virtual Reality) and AR (Augmented Reality) smart glasses, which have an improved field of view, display, processor, and are less expensive compared to the older models. ODG calls these new models the “Consumer AR Smartglasses”.    The R–8 […]


March 13, 2017 by Nelson G

For a few years now the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has been developing EXACTO self–guided bullets; bullets that can guide themselves towards the intended target. These ‘smart bullets’ can modify their trajectory while in midair, which means a fired round that would normally miss its target can turn and adjust in flight to […]


March 7, 2017 by Nelson G

Los Angeles based company Aerofex is one of the many companies working on making hoverbikes available to the public. Aerofex’s hoverbike, the Aero–X, can fly at speeds of up to 45 MPH at an altitude of approximately 10 feet (but they are working on increasing the altitude and speed, as well as other aspects of […]


March 2, 2017 by Nelson G

The company known as Jetpack International has been developing and improving their H2O2 and H2O2–Z Jet packs with increasing strength and speed. The jet packs are fueled by Hydrogen Peroxide, as the name suggests, which is different from most other jet pack technology that’s currently available. The H2O2 and H2O2–Z are meant to provide the […]


February 24, 2017 by Nelson G

Amazon is working on their new “Airborne Fulfillment Center” AKA their plan for a flying warehouse airship. Think of it as a giant blimp hovering thousands of feet in the air with drones flying in and out of it. The ‘AFC’ would be used as a resupply depot for the Amazon drone delivery service in […]


February 22, 2017 by Nelson G

The Dutch company PAL–V has created “the first commercial flying car ever”, named the Liberty, and are now accepting pre–orders for the vehicle with different order packages available. The Liberty is a 3–wheeled ‘car’ with a top–mounted retractable rotor used for flying. Prices start at $400,000 not including tax and that’s just the base model. […]


October 28, 2016 by Sabrina Castillo

The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus is the newest phone Apple has to offer. They have introduced two new phone colors, a matte black and a glossy jet black. This phone is water resistant and it has a new home button. The iPhone 7 has a 17mp camera with optical image stabilization. The front […]


October 19, 2016 by Luke Rangel

Apple recently decided to launch a patent on a paper bag. The paper is used for purchase at all Apple retail stores. Now you’re  probably wondering what makes this bag special if it needs its very own patent. This bag doesn’t have a touch screen or Bluetooth, it’s just a white bag to hold items. […]

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