Teslasuit Glove gloves allow you to tactile feel virtual objects

In 2018, a Teslasuit suit for virtual reality was announced. It has an advanced motion capture system, and also has feedback in the form of electrical micropulses. A year later, a team of engineers is ready to present a new product – VR gloves that will complement the suit and are able to revolutionize virtual reality.

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The lack of Google Play is not a hindrance. Huawei sold 12 million Mate 30 in three months

Demand for smartphone is only growing.
The US administration with its ban on working with Google wanted to annoy Huawei, but did it? Judging by the sales data of the “sanctioned” Mate 30, the lack of a catalog of Play applications and other Google services in the smartphone does not interfere with its popularity.

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SK hynix unveils PCIe consumer solid state drives at CES 2020

The manufacturer has not yet disclosed the technical characteristics of the new drives.
South Korean company SK hynix, known as a manufacturer of memory chips, plans to present at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2020, which will be held January 7-10 in Las Vegas, solid state drives Gold P31 and Platinum P31. These SSDs use SK Hynix’s 128-layer flash memory of their own production, which the manufacturer calls 4D NAND. The manufacturer announced the beginning of the release of this memory in late June.

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The US plans to significantly complicate the life of Chinese electronics manufacturers

According to current US sanctions, international companies can’t cooperate with HUAWEI, in the production chains of which more than 25% of American technologies are used. During the new phase of the trade war with China, the United States plans to lower this threshold, significantly complicating the lives of companies from the Middle Kingdom.

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Neural network and lasers. China proposes a new space debris detection method

The Earth’s orbit is far from the most dangerous place in the galaxy, but over the course of more than half a century of astronautics history, it has managed to “grow” with many objects that pose a threat to existing spacecraft. To avoid a collision with potentially dangerous objects, it is necessary to calculate their coordinates in advance. A new technique developed in China makes it possible to detect even the smallest, by cosmic standards, fragments of “dead” satellites.

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iPhone SE2 in four colors, with a single camera and huge screen frames on new renders

IPhone SE2 may premiere in March.
The fact that Apple is working on the successor to the iPhone SE has been said more than once. The premiere of the news is expected in the first half of next year. For example, it could be released in March with the iPad Pro 2020. But for now, at least a couple of months are left until the device’s premiere, we suggest looking at its new renderings.

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