LG is a big fan of teasing products.
We have a whole lot of information on the upcoming LG V30 already, but now LG has just come out and confirmed that the phone will have a 6-inch OLED display with curved edges and very small bezels. This marks an immediate change from the LG G6, which has an flat LCD but is otherwise expected to lend much of its design to the upcoming phone. The V30 will go with OLED for the first time in a top-end LG phone since the G Flex 2.
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Lenovo : ThinkStation P320 Tiny is a KabyLake powered mini-PC with a NVIDIA P600 GPU
The mini-PC is powered by a Kaby Lake /Q270 along with the NVIDIA Quadro … The ThinkStation P320 Tiny supports both Windows and Linux and is currently priced at $ 899. Mini PCs have found a place for themselves in constrained workspaces.
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Zero Terminal: A Tiny Linux PC That You Can Build Using Raspberry Pi And Smartphone Keyboard
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Huawei P10 vs. P10 Plus camera comparison: Tiny improvements
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VoxEra, a diminutive device that plugs into your home router, can save you big on international calling and texting charges. It’s launching on Kickstarter ahead of a wider rollout this year.
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A tiny new Robotic Retinal Dissection Device — nicknamed “R2D2” — can crawl into an incision in the eye and lift a membrane no more than a hundredth of a millimeter. “The cables that enable the robot to navigate are each 110 microns across, a little over the diameter of a human hair,” reports the MIT Technology Review. The robot is controlled by a joystick (while providing a live camera feed to the ophthalmologist). In September an Oxford professor used it to perform the first operation inside…