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Heroic Tesla driver sacrificed his car to save another man

Germany, highway. 41-years old Tesla driver has been comfortably making his way, when suddenly he noticed that the car in front of him started to swerve dangerously close to the street barriers. The unnamed driver reacted immediatelly – he revved up, placed himself in front of the swerving vehicle and caused both cars to slow down and stop by carefully applying the car break. When the emergency team got there, it turned out that the swerving car’s driver lost consciousness due to a heart attack.Good job, Tesla driver! His car’s damage has been estimated to be ten thousand ...

Will Samsung Galaxy Note 7 come back? It might

The Korean Economic Daily reports that Samsung considers bringing Note 7’s back to the stores, refurbished with new batteries. Faulty 3500mAh accumulators are to be swapped for ”3,000 to 3,200 mAh” ones. Korean Economic Daily states that new Note 7’s will be sold mostly in emerging markets like India.Good luck, Samsung. I hope your Note 7’s will cover some of your last year’s losses, and, more importantly, that they won’t be blowing anything up.Sim-unlock.net is a system that offers unlocking sim locks of any phone model. We guarantee the lowest ...

Hoversurf, or a flying motorbike. Yeah!

Okay, so it is not a flying motorbike as much as a passenger drone shaped like a one-track vehicle, but you have to admit that ”Hoversuit, or a passenger drone shaped like a one-track vehicle. Yeah!” is not a catchy title. Created by Hoversurf, drone/hoverbike/motorbike has been made with both extreme sports (imagine doing barrel rolls on that thing! Awesome) and, in the future, regular use as a source of locomotion. Scorpion-3, for that is the drone’s name, is reported to be relatively easy to drive. Unfortunately, we do not know when will this beautiful thing hit the ...

Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus’ price rumoured to be over $1000

At first, we’ve heard that Galaxy S8 will cost $849. That is a pretty large sum, but we assumed that it is the price of the larger model, S8+, and did not sweat it overly much. Few days ago, an Ukrainian leakster has found proof of S8/S8+ price amounting to, respectively, $950 and 1050 – if true, this would be a serious case of ”wow, that is a lot of money”. The price is not entirely unreasonable, as Samsung Galaxy S8 will feature a lot of high-end technology solutions (that edge to edge screen…), but, come on, over a thousand dollars? Wow, just ...

YouTube plans on giving up 30-seconds long ads. Yaaaay!

YouTube seems to be caving in to popular demand of removing the long ads that appear at the beginning and, sometimes, during the YouTube videos. Popular video website has announced that by 2018 it will resign from putting advertisements of this lenght into their videos (it is unknown whether this means complete removal of ads or just lenghty ones). Officially, YouTube wants to ”focus on developing better advertisement solutions ”. What exacly will change? How will these changes influence both YouTube users and clients? We shall see.Sim-unlock.net is a system that offers ...

Bad smell sensor, or Yeah, It Is Japanese Again

First World has a large number of problems, and bad smell is one of them. No ones likes to enter the bus after a day at work/workout at the gym/spending a day with a boy/girlfriend with knowledge of being dirty, sweaty and probably starting to smell. Do not worry, though! Japanese have come up with a device that… well, that will not help you in any way other than letting you know that, indeed, you do smell. Device’s name is KunKun, and it is an invention of one Hiroshi Akiyamy, 43-years old engineer working for the Japanese company named Konica Minolta. KunKun is a pocket sensor ...

Live photos of LG G6 have leaked

LG G6 is one of the most often guests here on simlock24, hence why I will not go over the phone’s specifics again – if you are interested in the device, you probably know them by heart anyway. Instead, I will simply deliver those sweet, live photos to you and allow you to enjoy them while you wait for the phone’s official release at this week’s MWC 2017. Peace.Sim-unlock.net is a system that offers unlocking sim locks of any phone model. We guarantee the lowest prices and shortest waiting time. If you are interested, please, see our offer at ...

Another leaked HTC One X10 picture leaked, shows back & front of the phone

HTC One X10 has yet to be officially announced, but that has not stopped one Weibo user from getting its live pics and posting them online. So much for information security, eh? Anyway, leaked pictures are quite informative, showing us, among other details, a rear-mounted fingerprint device and centrally-placed camera. Leak contains no information on the phone’s specification, but we already know (or think we do) a lot about it: 16mpx rear and 8mpx front cameras, 5.5′ display with 1080×1920 resolution, 3GB RAM & 32GB internal memory and an 8-core MediaTek MT6755V/C ...

To the rescue of fools, or street signaling for phone zombies

Do you often walk around with your face in your smartphone’s screen, never looking before or around you? Do you look up from your mobile when crossing the street, or do you consider it a waste of time? If so, then you probably deserve being hit by a truck… though authorities in the Denmark town of Bodegraven seem to have a different opinion than mine. The officials there decided that, rather than to let the gene pool rid itself of a handful of idiots, they would instead making traveling on foot easier for them with an enhanced street signaling. I have to admit that the dutchmen ...

What to do when your phone catches on fire

Generally speaking, technology is made to be safe. No producer in the world wants their product to explode in its user’s face, if not because of their good heart then because things like that usually make the sales drop bigtime. Still, electronics are complicated devices, and smartphones are not an exception. Being a relatively rare occurence, smartphones catching on fire became a thing a few months ago, during the infamous Samsung Galaxy Note 7 fiasco (long story short, a whole line of phones turned out to be prone to exploding, with quite a number of people getting burns and/or ...