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Samsung Announces Smart Robot Vacuum Cleaner

Samsung POWERbot VR7000 is the company newest robot vacuum cleaner that will compete with the iRobot Roomba, one of the best on the market. One of the biggest advantages over the Roomba is the compatibility with Amazon's Echo, which can control several smart devices using itself

First Computer Factory Opens In Cuba

Access to modern technology remains limited in Cuba and the nation has seen little to no tech production, but things are changing. Cuba has unveiled its first ever computer factory, which is capable of manufacturing 120,000 laptops and tablets per year.

LG Unveils Floating Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker

There are plenty Bluetooth speaker products, but the latest one from LG is rather unique. The company has announced that it plans to introduce new Bluetooth speaker at the upcoming CES 2017, and according to the teaser, it will levitate while providing 360-degree sound.

ASUS ZenWatch 3 Launches In India

ASUS has silently launched its latest smartwatch, the ZenWatch 3, in the Indian market. The smartwatch will be available in three variants, and can be pre-ordered now exclusively on Flipkart. The first two models, including the Gunmetal with leather or rubber strap, are available

Fitbit Charge 2 Gets Huge Software Update

Just ahead of the holiday season, Fitbit has released a huge software update for its Charge 2 fitness tracker. The Fitbit Charge 2 just got a lot better thanks to tons of new features. If you own the Fitbit fitness tracker, make sure to check your notifications and update it.

Android Pay Coming To Android Wear Next Year

Google has big plans for its smartwatch platform next year. Not only it will launch two flagship smartwatches, but the platform will also gain a few new features, among which is the Android Pay. That was also confirmed in an exclusive interview Android Wear's product manager Jeff

First Solar Panel Road Opens In France

The first solar panel road in the world is now operational in France. It spans 1 kilometer in Tourouvre-au-Perche, a small village in Normandy. The solar panels should be able to generate enough electricity to power the village's street lights, which isn't much.