The SOOT Electropack(funding on kickstarter) is a transforming battery backpack that charges handheld devices. The backpack can transform into three distinct size and charge up to four devices at once -- from smart phones to tablets, and wireless speakers to smart watches. The bag comes with a built-in 10,000mAh battery with a pair of USB ports. Good idea.
It's called the Excalibur S. "Raytheon is testing a new laser-guided 155mm artillery shell which adds laser-designation to GPS guidance in order to provide more targeting options and better pinpoint targets on-the-move," Unlike expensive missiles, which require sophisticated avionics and propulsion systems, this is a comparatively cheap artillery shell which, instead of following a parabolic course to hit its target, it can change course in mid-flight, effectively flying to its target that can be 25 miles (40 kilometers) away. The video shows the video of it in action, the result looks awesome!
The new iPad Air($499+) is the second generation iPad Air which is even thinner and introduces an anti-reflective display for 50% less glare. Measuring just 6.1mm thick, a custom A8X 64-bit processor, with a new eight megapixel iSight camera capable of 1080p and slo-mo video, panorama, and burst mode, a new FaceTime HD camera, dual microphones for better audio, an improved, anti-glare Retina display, and a Touch ID-enabled Home button.
The iPhone, the iPad, the MacBook, all of these products have had Apple's "Retina" display for some time now. Apple finally today announced iMac with Retina Display. An insane 5120 x 2880 resolution display which gives you more resolution than 1080p and 4K with a little over 14 million pixels behind that 27 inch display. Other features include a 3.5 GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 or 4 GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 processor, 8GBs of RAM, a 1TB Fusion Drive, AMD Radeon R9 M290X graphics with 2GBs of GDDR5 RAM, dual Thunderbolt 2 ports, the fastest graphics ever offered on an iMac, and a sleek aluminum body that's just 5mm thick at the edges.