Tag Archives: $300

Caviar launches unique iPhone X with over 300 precious stones for €34,000

Caviar, recently famous with its bizarre iPhone X with a solar panel on the back or the Nokia 3310 with a golden plaque of Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump’s faces, now has another device for those with more money than taste. A unique single-copy iPhone X Imperial Crown with a golden coat of arms of the Russian Federation and over 300 engraved precious stones.    This ... Read More »

Honda Civic Type R vs Ford Focus RS vs BMW M140i vs Seat Leon Cupra 300 review

Honda has, in recent years, developed a bit of a reputation for mucking about. Just look at the state of its Formula 1 engine programme, or the amount of time it took for the current NSX to finally see the light of day. Or even how long it made us wait for a Type R to crown the previous generation of Civic. There ... Read More »

Newegg is selling the Surface 3 for less than $300 today

Microsoft stopped production of the Surface 3 in late 2016, but there are still some new units lying around at Newegg. The online retailer is selling the non-Pro version of the Surface 3 for $289 on Tuesday. Now while this deal isn’t quite as good as Newegg’s bundle earlier this month that included a type keyboard, it’s still a great price for the ... Read More »

Hero Launches Splendor iSmart 110 in India at ₹ 53,300

HIGHLIGHTS The Splendor iSmart 110 is Hero’s first self-developed motorcycle Power will come from the all-new 110cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine The new Splendor 110 will be the second Hero bike to get i3S technology Hero MotoCorp today launched the long awaited Splendor iSmart 110 in India priced at ₹ 53,300 (ex-showroom, Delhi). It is the second bike from Hero to ... Read More »

Innovative finance needed to find $300 billion a year for climate losses

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – With money for action on climate change already in short supply, an estimated $300 billion a year needed to help countries deal with unavoidable climate losses will have to come from innovative new sources, such as a financial transaction tax or carbon tax, researchers say. Funding for such climate “loss and damage” aims to assist ... Read More »