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#1Tiny Electric Car set a World Record: 0-60 in 1.5 seconds


A team of 30 students have built the fastest-accelerating electric car in the world. Academic Motorsports Club Zurich (AMZ) published a video today that shows “grimsel,” its electric race car, accelerating from 0–60 miles per hour in just 1.513 seconds on a runway at Dübendorf Air Base in Switzerland. |TechBot Daily|

#2 Apple developing micro-LED panels for future Apple Watch#2

It’s not just the iPhone that’s supposedly getting a change in its display next year. According to a new report, Apple is currently developing microLED panels for a future Apple Watch, replacing the OLED panels used in the current model.|TechBot Daily|

#3 Some simple ways to quickly Reclaim you smartphone Storage Space

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#4 A Nine-Year-Old Australian Landed a Coveted WWDC Apple Scholarship

Aged just nine, Anvitha Vijay applied for and won one of 350 coveted Apple scholarships to attend the conference’s coding and programming sessions, which are typically dominated by high school and college students. According to Fortune, the number of women who applied for Apple’s scholarship also tripled this year compared to 2015. |TechBot Daily|


#5 Kip: A chatbot that uses emojis to find products you want to buy#5 #5-2





is a chatbot that simplifies group purchases — it can poll your co-workers about who needs more office supplies, or whether to order dark-roast or light-roast coffee for the kitchen. But Kip has another simplification feature that caught my eye: The chatbot gamifies ecommerce with emojis.|TechBot Daily|


#6 More Galaxy Note 7 details leak: 64GB and color variants#6

Yesterday, veteran leaker Evan Blass (@evleaks) procured what is presumably going to be the logo for the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. The image seemingly confirms the idea of the inevitable: there will be no six to add into the mix, rather South Korea’s largest OEM is seemingly going to skip it to synchronize with the Galaxy S7 mainstream flagship. Shortly after that was posted on Twitter however, Blass followed up with some more madness.|TechBot Daily|

#7 Tencent is buying Clash of Clans studio Supercell from SoftBank#7

Tencent, the Chinese company behind messaging app WeChat and internet portal QQ, has agreed to buy a majority stake in Clash of Clans developer Supercell from Japanese telecoms giant SoftBank in a deal worth $8.57 billion, valuing the company at $10.2 billion. The news was first reported by The Wall Street Journal,which previously reported that the deal would value Supercell at $9 billion; SoftBank owns 73 percent of the company, having expanded its stake after paying about $1.5 billion for 51 percent in 2013..|TechBot Daily|

#8 Leaked Google support app shares your Nexus phone’s screen#8

Buying a Nexus device straight from Google can be a little intimidating to newcomers. It’s not as if you can visit a Google store or your carrier for help, after all. If an Android Police leak is accurate, however, you might not have to. The Android creator is reportedly working on a Google Support app that would offer live help somewhat akin to Amazon’s Mayday. If needed, you’d have the option sharing your screen with a service agent — they could walk you through changing a setting without having to guess what you’re looking at. It’s not certain what else is in store, but it’s safe to say that chat would be part of the experience.|TechBot Daily|


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#10 Samsung’s mixture of Google Glass and HoloLensGoogle-Glass

Samsung’s own take on Google Glass could be coming soon.The device described in a Samsung patent has a camera for each eye, a transparent screen for each eye and a bevy of sensors to track head movement.|TechBot Daily|

#11 Latest iPhone 7 rumor points to new camera assembly and second speaker grill#11

The iPhone 7, expected to debut this Fall, is currently tumbling through the rumor mill. The latest involves what is being touted as the phone’s machined casing, which details a few previously heard rumors like the absence of an audio jack.

Replacing the audio jack on the iPhone 7 will be a second speaker grill. It’s apparently that simple; ditch the headphone plug, add a speaker. |TechBot Daily|

#12 Apple Discontinues Its Big Beautiful Thunderbolt Display#12

Sweden lays claim Apple hasn’t updated its Thunderbolt display in five years, and now it won’t be selling it either.

Yesterday, Apple announced that its old displays would be sold on while supplies last, and then the hardware would officially retire. But the weird thing is that Apple hasn’t announced any new displays to replace it, instead pointing to would-be buyers to third-party options.
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Het Suthar

Het Suthar, is a Technology enthusiast, loves to check out new gadgets and apps. Currently pursuing Bachelors in Engineering.

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