Gadgets

Best Superbowl 2017 tech ads: Nintendo, Ford, Intel, Airbnb and more

The biggest American sporting event of the year is over and so is the spectacle that is the half-time show. This is the most expensive time to advertise on the planet, ever. As a result there are some really, really great adverts. Yup, the things we usually avoid by switching over or waiting five seconds to hit skip are now ... Read More »

Chance Nothing with Canada Goose’s new winter jackets, lean back and relax with the SitPack and more…

Today’s edition of the T3 Agenda includes a new collection of wind-breaking jackets from Canada Goose, a new portable chair that’s not what you’re expecting and more… Canada Goose’s new ‘Chance Nothing’ collection gets you prepared for a cold Spring 2017 With winter still in full swing, and the spring still seemingly nowhere to be seen, there’s never been a ... Read More »

Google Maps gets Android face-lift: features enhanced real-time updates

Google has announced that starting from today it is rolling out an update to Google Maps on Android that delivers a wealth of new features focused on delivering real-time information updates to users. The news was communicated today via Google’s official blog. As such, now when a user swipes up in-app from the bottom of their screen, they won’t just ... Read More »

China’s Largest Chip Company to Build $30 Billion Semiconductor Factory

China’s largest chip maker has announced it will invest $30 billion (roughly Rs. 2,04,579 crores) to build a new semiconductor factory, as the world’s second largest economy seeks to reduce its dependence on foreign technology. The state-owned Tsinghua Unigroup will open the facility in the city of Nanjing in eastern Jiangsu province, where it will mainly produce chips used in ... Read More »

Ola Play In-Car Entertainment Platform Now Available to All Customers via Prime Play

Cab aggregator Ola on Friday extended Ola Play, its in-care entertainment platform for ride-sharing, to all of its customers through Prime Play category. Launched in November 2016, Ola Play was so far exclusively available for Ola Select customers and has supposedly led to the growth of Ola’s premium subscription category. Opening up Prime Play category for its Select users attracted ... Read More »

Good Omens, Neil Gaiman, Terry Pratchett’s Cult Classic, Is Coming to Amazon Prime Video in 2018

Fantasy fans have something great to look forward to. Amazon Studios on Thursday announced that Neil Gaiman and the late-Terry Pratchett’s cult classic novel Good Omens will be released as a six-part mini series in 2018. Each episode will be an hour long, Amazon Studios said, boasting that the mini-series has been written entirely by Neil Gaiman. He will also ... Read More »

Swiss cops use anti-drone guns at the World Economic Forum

Swiss authorities have added another security measure for this year’s World Economic Forum in Davos: anti-drone guns. Bloomberg has spotted local police preparing HP 47 Counter UAV Jammers to make sure no unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) gets too close to the venue, whether it’s sent by a spy organization or just a nosy onlooker. That’s the same jammer the German ... Read More »

The next ‘Overwatch’ holiday event celebrates Chinese New Year

It doesn’t look like Overwatch‘s holiday celebrations are over just because Christmas is in the rearview mirror. Next up? Chinese New Year. The game’s Twitter account sent the news out along with a quick video, proclaiming that the event, Year of the Rooster, will begin January 24th — a few days before the actual holiday this year. Given that previous ... Read More »

ICYMI: Mind-controlled mice kill on command

Today on In Case You Missed It: You might have thought things couldn’t get any worse, but you’d be wrong. A recent study published in Natureshowed that first, mice could be bred so that the neurons in their brains respond to laser lights. Then, the adult mice were hooked up to laser light helmets and when turned on, the hunt ... Read More »

Surface Book 3: everything we think we know

We’ve been impressed with what Microsoft has done with the Surface Book laptop series so far, even though it’s only been with us since October 2015. After the original laptop, then the specs boost in 2016, the question is: what has Microsoft got planned for 2017? The series certainly seems popular enough for Microsoft to carry on further down this ... Read More »