Flying Drone Blanket will charge and launch swarms of quadcopters

Although it's getting more common to see swarms of illuminated drones being used for aerial light shows, simultaneously charging and launching all of those drones can still be tricky. That's where the Flying Drone Blanket is intended to come in.

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Cognixion ONE launches this year with brain-controlled AR

Coming later this year, the Cognixion ONE headset is promising something extra on top of the regular augmented reality experience: a brain computer interface that can turn thoughts into commands for the device.

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Spark-O-Matic Jazzmaster completes Fender’s trip into a Parallel Universe

With the release of the "Spark-O-Matic" Jazzmaster, Fender has completed its Parallel Universe II line up, an eight model range of limited edition electric guitars that combine elements of different Fender icons to create some interesting oddities.

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Nikon announces 4K, 1,000-fps video sensor with adaptive exposure

Nikon cameras have had excellent sensors in them for many years, principally because Sony's been making them. But this new sensor could be a game-changer, with super-slow motion, huge dynamic range, and exposure live-adjusted throughout the image.

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Super-light laptop carries heavyweight price tag

Sony's Vaio range of computers and laptops were always eye pleasers, but also pricey. The Vaio brand was sold off in 2014, and now a new Vaio Z laptop has surfaced that's wrapped in contoured carbon fiber and commands a starting price of US$3,579.

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Google launches Android 12 with the first developer preview

Android 12 is here – or at least, the first developer preview of Android 12 is, ready for app makers to start testing ahead of a public launch for users later in 2021. The first developer preview for Android 11 launched on the same day last year.

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IK interface lets mobile content creators use XLR microphones

IK Multimedia has given a helping hand to content creators looking to give their recorded or streamed visuals a pro-level audio boost with the iRig Pre 2, a battery powered pre-amp that connects XLR microphones to mobile devices or digital cameras.

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Aftermarket kit gives existing tractors an autonomous mode

Although autonomous tractors may be well-suited to some applications, there are other times when a human driver is still required. That's where a new kit comes in, as it allows existing tractors to be switched between autonomous and manual modes.

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Microsoft adds wireless headphones to Xbox gaming accessories arsenal

About a month from now, a new pair of headphones will go on sale that are designed for gaming audio immersion without the need for cables. The Xbox Wireless Headset promises to deliver low latency spatial audio for console and PC gamers.

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Fashoyin named DMD of Chips Bits and Bytes

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Mr Adebiyi Fashoyin, ex-Chief Marketing Officer of Chips Bits and Bytes Limited, has been named Deputy Managing Director of the Nigerian tech company.

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