The Mozilla and KDDI Firefox OS Fx0 smartphone has appeared in a hands-on video showing off its design and capabilities. It was designed by Tokujin Yoshioka and is currently exclusive to Japan.
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Computing since the days of the Spectrum. Consoled since the Binatone TV Master Mk IV. Mobile since the Motorola Timeport. Smart since the Samsung Galaxy Portal. Didn't take tablets until the Apple iPad Air.
Over the years I've worked in advertising copy writing, then print design, pre-press and audio/video editing. I lived in Taiwan from 2000 - 2004. For the last four years I have written about guitars and technology news and articles around the internet. I've been a full time HEXUS.net writer for three years. I started writing, with a wearable and health technology focus, on TechAssimilate.com about six months ago.
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Scientists from the University of Cambridge have successfully tested the first parallel hybrid electric aeroplanes. It is thought that such aircraft could offer fuel savings of up to 30%.
ASUS has prepared a 10-second teaser video for the new Zenfone it is launching at the CES 2015 in a fortnight's time. Smartphone fans seem confused at what the exciting new camera feature will be.
Amazon starts to offer a new super-speedy one or two hour delivery service. The Prime Now service starts to roll out in Manhattan today. Nappies and toilet paper are expected to be popular items.
GTA V Online Heists seems to have taken the Rockstar developers a little longer than they had originally planned - but it's coming in "early in 2015" - for free. Now you can watch the video trailer.
Some iPhone 6 users are experiencing adverse Compass, NFC and OIS interference with magnetic accessories. Apple has been talking to its MFi partners about limiting production of such accessories.
Zeiss has launched its VR One virtual reality headset today. The headset is designed to be open to any Android or iOS smartphone between 4.7 and 5.2-inches and costs only $99. What does it offer?