Adam Jensen from the Deus Ex series taught us just how cool sunglasses can be, and now you can get the same effect without the invasive implant surgery. Reddit user Annoying_Guest posted his creation to the r/3DPrinting subreddit: custom-made glasses that automatically shift into place when it's bright outside. The shades are currently prototypes, but inventor Yousif Ashoor has them working enough to function on camera.
The right shirt is a statement about the shirt-wearer, and about the shirt-wearer's place in the world. Perhaps it's the subtle tone of the fabric, the closeness of the cut, or the way an animated rabbit spins in circles while the wearer dances, that suggests most clearly “this is a shirt of the future.”
The Galaxy Note 7 was meant to serve as Samsung's best 5.7-inch, stylus-wielding smartphone. Introduced in August to great fanfare, the new Note device not only offered Samsung users an updated smartphone option, it also served as a way to tide over customers until the presumed Galaxy S8 in March 2017. At least that was the plan, until Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 began to catch fire while plugged in to charge. Now Samsung has chosen to cease production on the Note 7 line until further notice.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg took the stage today at Oculus Connect in California to show off the company's vision for virtual reality and social networking. Oculus, the Facebook-owned virtual reality company announced software like Oculus Room and Oculus Social along with hardware updates like its plans for movement-detecting RoomScale using added sensors, and the official release date of the Oculus Touch controllers. But Zuck kicked off the #OC3 proceedings with an early look into the virtual reality version of Facebook's site.
Google took to the stage today in San Francisco to announce firm details surrounding their latest slew of hardware products. The leaks of the Google Pixel gave us a good idea of what to expect from the company's first Google-branded phone. And then there were details we didn't about: the final version of Google's new VR efforts, Daydream View, saw the light of day as well as Google Wifi (a mesh-networking-supporting router) and an official unveil for Google Home.