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Hi-Tech news brings the most significant innovations and breakthrough technologies. Discover the latest marvels of engineering, software, hardware, devices, and apps. Releases and expert reviews of the top popular gadgets, spacecraft, outstanding electric cars, robots, and AI developments. Anything humanity brings in digital triggers a reaction while we pull it together in the thought-provoking reports.

The Difference Between Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra

This year, at the Galaxy Unpacked 2020 special event in San Francisco, the company showed three new models: the Galaxy S20, S20 +, and S20 Ultra. Samsung decided to change the serial number of the line.

Apple Patented an iPhone That Is Entirely Made of Glass

Patent number 20200057525 is titled “Electronic Device with Glass Enclosure” and it describes an iPhone that has a six-sided glass enclosure that will look like a single piece of glass.

Hot Wheels Created the Tesla Cybertruck That Accelerates to 40 km/h

The American company Hot Wheels introduced a radio-controlled toy copy of Elon Musk’s Cybertruck. The miniature version of Cybertruck will go on sale in December 2020.

How Coronavirus Affects Apple: iPhone Prices Will Rise, iPhone 9 and iPad Pro Are Delayed

iPhone production in Chinese factories is behind schedule. At this stage, Apple can process from 30 to 50% of orders. The iPhone 9 may be released in April, but now it is unlikely to be cheap.

A New $20 “Bracelet of Silence” Jams Any Spying Microphones Nearby

A new invention in the form of a bracelet – a wearable microphone jammer – can drown out more than 99.5% of all existing recording devices.

Samsung Introduced the New Foldable Galaxy Z Flip. Motorola Razr vs. Galaxy Z Flip: Specs Comparison. Which One Is Better?

The presentation of the long-awaited Galaxy Z Flip took place in San Francisco, and now we can compare which phone is better: the Galaxy Z Flip or Motorola Razr.

Mitsubishi Created Fake Skylight Video Displays for Stressed Office Workers in Japan

The Japanese company Mitsubishi Electric designed artificial windows called Misola for employees who often need to work overtime.