Mashable
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I like my gadgets bleeding edge, and I'm not going to lie: I'm a huge sucker when it comes to companies shrinking things down to fit into your wallet. Whenever I hear "It's the size of a business card," I'm basically already caught in some company's tractor beam. SEE ALSO: Kim Kardashian would love the BlackBerry KEYone Take the Kado Wallet , supposedly the world's thinnest charger. At roughly the thickness of three credit cards stacked on top of each other, the charger really does fit in my bi-fold wallet without adding any serious bulk. It comes with a 2-foot long retractable cord (micro USB, Lightning or USB-C), and the foldable prongs on the top half are interchangeable, so you can attach the proper plugs for different regions. Read more... More about Laptops , Smartphones , Kado Sleeve , Kado Wallet , and Charger
Techradar
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That's a shame, as we're expecting big things from the Galaxy S8, with rumors of a dual-lens camera , a 4200mAh battery , a powerful Snapdragon 835 or Exynos 8895 chipset, 6GB of RAM, an iris scanner, an AI assistant and a curved QHD or 4K screen. But hopefully we won't be waiting too much longer, as most rumors now point to an April launch . And at the very least we might see a teaser video of the S8 at MWC. And it's possible Samsung will use MWC to show off something else - there's talk of two foldable phones coming from Samsung this year for a start, though they probably won't arrive until late 2017 if at all. More likely, we'll see the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 , which is set to be a high-end iPad Pro rival. Huawei P10 Both the Huawei P10 and Huawei P10 Plus are now confirmed to be announced at MWC 2017. Spec rumors include a 5.5-inch curved QHD screen , a metal body, a fingerprint scanner and a dual-lens camera, plus potentially 6GB of RAM, 256GB of storage and an octa-core Kirin 960 chipset.
CNN
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Boeing finalized designs for the 777-9X, which has folding wings and is expected to be the world's largest twin-engine jet when it begins service in 2020.
BBC Parliament
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So we should have in Greece and Italy now not this valiant single lady, Miss Malahide, who seems to be doing tremendous work, we should have dozens of Home Office officials actively looking and searching for those children who it is our legal obligation to find and to process. I give way to my right honourable friend. The dispiriting and a pressing issue is that back on the 21st of April when the then Minister for immigration explained to us that there would be teams supporting vulnerable groups such as foldable children and those trained to tackle people trafficking, this would ensure.
Digital Trends
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In order to bring canoes to people with limited space, MyCanoe developed a lightweight, foldable canoe that comes together like an origami. Within 10 minutes, the foldable case opens up into a 14.5-foot canoe with two seats. The post This folding portable canoe can take two people just about anywhere on the water appeared first on Digital Trends .
Ars Technica
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TechCrunch
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Most consumer drones available on the market today fit in one of two categories: full-fledged UAVs like DJIs Inspire, Phantom or Mavic, or portable selfie drones like Hover that prioritize size and convenience over features. So what about in-between drones? Drones that are easy to carry, typically under the weight that requires FAA registration, but still Read More
Core77
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Reader Mick saw our post on the Japanese travel hanger and pointed out the dealbreaker for him: The closed loop means it can only be hung on a hook, not a closet rod. He also wrote that "Ever since I lost my 'Raiders of the Lost Ark'-style foldable hanger on a trip many years [ago], I've been looking for a replacement. It was also Japanese-made, btw, and apparently no longer made." For those who've somehow never seen the movie, here's the one he's referring to: Mick, I poked around a bit to see if I could find one. Sadly all I could find was this one… …but judging by the reviews on Amazon , it's junk. I went looking for more travel hangers and found a few. Boottique's Travel Hanger is about 11 bucks, but like the one up top, also gets mixed reviews on Amazon . Apparently some folks find that it falls apart. Here's Jennifer Rabatel's " T-square hanger .
Techradar
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Nintendo Switch accessories At this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, third party gaming accessory manufacturer, Snakebyte, revealed that it would be creating accessories for the Switch console. Considering Snakebyte has released accessories for the Wii U and the New 3DS, this is hardly surprising. On the CES show floor, the company is displaying accessory bundles it says have been "designed to enhance the portable nature of the Switch console." Snakebyte is only announcing two products in the Switch accessory range which are a foldable gaming headset and a Starter Kit. The headset has been designed to fold up, making it the perfect companion for the Switch when it's in its portable mode. The Starter Kit has everything a new Switch owner will need to take care of their console and make the most of it, including a carry case, earbuds, a cleaning cloth, screen protectors, and game cases.
MacRumors
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MacRumors
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Mashable
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Samsung just filed for a new trademarkbut it has nothing to do with new hardware like foldable phones or safer battery designs. Instead, the application with the European Trade Mark and Design Network might give us a first look at how the company is going to brand Bixby , the new AI assistant that will likely be included in the upcoming Galaxy S8 phone. SEE ALSO: Leaked photos show just how sexy Samsung's Galaxy S8 could look The trademark application, which was uncovered by Neowin , shows off the logo for an "interactive computer software enabling exchange of information," which can access bank account information for transactions, provide navigational informationjust about everything you'd hope for in an AI assistant. Read more... More about Assistant , Artificial Intelligence , Trademark , Logos , and Bixby
Techradar
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First, theres the presence of a Note 8 listing on Samsungs Galaxy Upgrade Program page. Theres also a claim by reliable leaker Evan Blass that a phone with the model number SM-N950 is in the works thats the number wed expect the Galaxy Note 8 to have. Plus new rumors out of China revealed the codename for the Note 8 - Baikal. It refers to a Siberian lake - the deepest in the world - so it looks like the Galaxy Note 8 is set to break some targets. TechRadars take: Although an early release is possible, theres been no suggestion yet that there will be one, so for now we wouldnt expect to see the Note 8 before August 2017. Samsung Galaxy Note 8 screen Hottest leaks: A foldable screen A 4K resolution No home button As a phablet, we know that the Galaxy Note 8 will have a big screen.
Global News
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An Edmonton duo is the brains behind a new kayak that can be folded up and taken down like a tent.
The Washington Times - Soccer
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ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - There must be some mistake. There's no fabulous pontoon boat in Jeremy Little's garage, only one that has been crunched in half by some kind of accident. Then he presses a button, and the thing expands like a balloon to take shape, the Pioneer Press ...
Sky News
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Foldable refugees, bridge and has been a generous country to them in the past. The biggest part of our DNA to be compassionate to those who need our help. I would hope that people would consider that these children who were separated from their parents and the refugee camps and are really desperate and looking for century, we could be giving some of those children sanctuary.
I4U News
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Rumors have intensified regarding the foldable touchscreen devices and we all know that Samsung has patented the concept recently. It is highly likely that if the Q3-Q4 2017’s release deadline stays...
CNET Gaming
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PCWorld
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This folding keyboard from Microsoft pairs with any combination of 2 iPads, iPhones, Android, Windows tablets, and Windows Phones. It features a water repellent keyset and fabric to protect against accidents. Unfold to turn on, and fold to turn off. Pairs quickly and reliably with Bluetooth 4.0 technology. Its built-in rechargeable battery lasts up to 3 months on a single charge. It currently averages 4 out of 5 stars on Amazon ( read reviews ) from nearly 200 reviewers, and its list price of $100 is currently reduced to $70. See the discounted Microsoft keyboard now on Amazon . To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Digital Trends
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Digital Trends
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Forbes
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2017 is the year Samsung folds a smartphone in half.
Forbes
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2017 is the year Samsung folds a smartphone in half.
Men's Fitness
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Do Something The Headkayse One spearheads a slew of innovative products at next week’s expo facebook twitter pinterest Advertisement Cycling Innovation in cycling tends to focus on making bikes faster and lighter. And while that undoubtedly adds to the fun – or would if you ever found a clear patch of road to cycle on – it’s not always the most useful technological advance for commuters. However, the innovation lab at this year’s London Bike Show showcases several items that could become essential for everyday cyclists. Chief among these is the Headkayse One. We first encountered this helmet when Headkayse launched its campaign on Indiegogo in January last year and we liked it – a lot. It’s a foldable helmet that moulds to fit any head size comfortably and can withstand multiple impacts. What’s not to like? RECOMMENDED: HeadkayseThe Last Cycle Helmet You'll Ever Need to Buy After overcoming the delays that seem to be inherent with all Indiegogo and Kickstarter products, no matter how great they are, the Headkayse One is set to arrive on its backersdoorsteps in the first quarter of 2017.