Everything interesting for the week # 6

The week turned out to be eventful, so the selection will be large, and the introduction will be small. To the news!

One paragraph news

Smart Scooter Ninebot

The new Ninebot scooter is introduced, which independently returns to the charging station. The first buyers will receive a “smart” scooter at the beginning of 2020, it will cost about $ 1,400. The new model has already been appreciated by Uber and Luft and will be rented by scooters – less money will be required for maintenance.

108MP sensor

Samsung introduced the world's first sensor for a camera with a resolution of 108 megapixels. The sensor was developed with the involvement of Xiaomi engineers, its size is 1 / 1.33 inches. Supports shooting 6K video. However, the CEO of ZEISS Group believes that more than 30 megapixels in smartphones is not necessary.

Sneakers Subscription

Nike Launches Nike Adventure Club Kids Sneakers There are several options: four, six or twelve pairs of shoes per year for $ 20, $ 30, and $ 50, respectively. This is all designed for children aged two to ten years. Nike will pick up used shoes twice a year. If it is in poor condition, the company will send the sneakers for processing, and if good, to those in need.

No flight with a defective MacBook

Apple recently announced that some MacBook Pro models came with defective batteries that could catch fire. The US Federal Aviation Administration has banned the transport of these devices on airplanes unless the battery has been replaced.

Funny future has come

15-year-old Dorothy was punished by her mother and took all the equipment so that she did not post on Twitter – the girl was distracted and started a small fire (no one was hurt). Only this did not stop her from tweeting: for this, Dorothy used the “smart” LG refrigerator. It seems funny, but it seems scary.

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I do not know if this is going to tweet I am talking to my fridge what the heck my Mom confiscated all of my electronics again.

– dorothy 🏹 (@ thankunext327) August 8, 2019

Glasses for Snapchat

Spectacles third generation glasses announced. Now there are two cameras, 3D effects have been specially developed for them, which at the end of the year can be created by third-party developers. Photos are saved in 1642 × 1642 resolution, video – 1.216 × 1.216 pixels. If the battery is fully charged, you can shoot 70 videos and 200 photos. Points will be on sale in November for $ 380 in black and beige colors.

Yandex and Huawei cards

Huawei is developing its own mapping service MapKit. It will be available to developers in October this year, but it is not intended for consumers at all: it will be embedded in applications. The main partner will be Yandex. MapKit also supports navigation, which in real time will tell you the best lane.

A game from which it is impossible to break away

A riot simulator appeared on Steam. Now players will be able to disperse the rally, for example. The release is scheduled for September this year. The main villain of the game is Alexey Carnival.

Trailer of the week

"13 reasons why." Season 3

On August 23, the third season of the series "13 Reasons Why." The first season was an adaptation of the book by Jay Asher, but the second and third – improvisation. Netflix probably did not expect such popularity. But whether this season will be the last is not reported.

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And what do you remember the past week?

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Chief editor of the blogErika J. Wells .

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