The New Samsung Phone, Galaxy Fold, Is Like The FlexPai Because It Can Transition Into Different Screen Display Sizes, 4.6 And 7.3 Inches, By Folding. The Galaxy Fold Comes With 6 Cameras And Can Run 4 Apps At The Same Time. The Phone, With A 12GB of RAM, And 512GB Of Onboard Storage, Can Be Bought, From The 26th Of April 2019, For $1980--Pricey!
A Company, Royole Corporation, Has Developed A Sort Of Hybrid Phone , Which Can Fold. The Phone, Known As FlexPai, Transitions From A Smartphone To A Tablet And Vice Versa. The Folding Gives The Phone The Adaptability Of High-Definition Large-Screen And Portability. Models Of The Phone Are Being Sold Worldwide. Cool!
Hawaii Is About To Blaze A Trail, Possibly The First In The World, With The Passage Of A Bill Banning The Chemicals Oxybenzone and Octinoxate, Contained In Many Popular Sunscreens, So As To Protect The Coral Reefs And Marine Ecosystem. The Bill Will Take Effect On The 1st Of Jan., 2021 If Signed By The Governor.
NASA Just Launched The Tess Satellite. Tess Is Expected To Build On The Momentum Of The Soon To Be Abandon Kepler Telescope, Casting A Wider Search For Varieties Of Exoplanets And Life-Sustaining Planets Outside Of Our Solar System. Properties Of Promising Planets Will Probably, In 2020, Be Analyzed By The James Webb Space Telescope.
Huawei Has Developed The First Smartphones That Use 3-4 Cameras. This Is In A Bid To Out Do Their Competitors. One Of The 3 Cameras At The Back Functions As A Zoom. The One In Front Is For Selfies. I Kind Of Wonder The Advantage(s) Of Having A Phone That Uses 3 to 4 Cameras?
Huawei tops rivals with three-camera P20 Pro smartphone
The Possibly First Mass Produced 3D-Printed Car Will Be Available In China In The Second Quarter Of 2019. The Car, Which Takes Only 3 Days To Make, Is Said To Cost About $10,000. The Car Has A Top Speed A Bit Under 45 MPH With Max Range Over 90 Miles. Cool!
First, It Were Cars That Could Drive Themselves, And Now, Cars That Can Synchronize With Our Brain Is Being Developed. Nissan Is At The Brink Of Developing Cars That Could Anticipate Our Next Reaction, For Example, Like Stepping On The Brake Or Accelerator; Or Turning Left Or Right. The Future Looks Bright And Scary.