Report suggests the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus will have bigger batteries than the S7 duo

Samsung SDI will provide the batteries for the Galaxy S8 and a new report suggests they will have larger capacities than the S7 batteries.

The Galaxy S8 will have a 3,250mAh battery and the Galaxy S8 Plus a 3,750mAh one according to the report. That’s up from S7’s 3,000mAh and S7 edge’s 3,600mAh battery.

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Introducing The Glashütte Original Sixties Iconic Square, A Set Of Five Colorful Limited Edition Chronographs (Live Pics + Pricing)

Today in New York, amidst an unexpected but fitting flurry of snow, Glashütte Original debuted a brand new limited edition series of chronographs, the Iconic Sixties Square. The watch comes in five flavors, each with a squared-off cushion case and a bright dial. These are very much in line with what the Sixties collection has been doing for years, but all while offering something a little bit different and new. Here’s a first look at the new limited editions, complete with hands-on photos and pricing.

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iPhone 7 to be waterproof, yet another rumor claims; touch home button also in

Last year several reports came out saying the iPhone 7 will be waterproof, in a first for an Apple-made mobile device. And now yet another rumor out of Taiwan purportedly originating somewhere in Apple’s supply chain says the exact same thing.

The iPhone 7 has allegedly completed its third round of testing, and it’s water and dust proof. Additionally, prototypes come with a touch-sensitive capacitive home button – one you won’t need to press, just touch. What’s more, this might be 3D Touch-enabled, so it will be pressure-sensitive. Continue reading

Can racing put driverless technology on fast track?

With the rise of digital e-sports, elite video gamers draw millions of viewers to online broadcasts and armchair pilots race drones through obstacle courses. Now there is a movement to turn driverless car racing into the next big thing.

Kinetik, a London investment fund led by Russian entrepreneur Denis Sverdlov, grabbed attention for that idea this month by releasing a rendering of a lime-green prototype resembling a Formula One car, but without room for a driver.

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