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Porsche's Mission E takes aim at the Tesla Model S

Don't look now, but Porsche's shifted gears and looks to be aiming for the sedan with supercar performance EV market dominated by none other than Tesla's Model S.  The Mission E is a fresh new Porsche prototype, a 5-seater sedan designed for long-range EV driving.

Featuring a 600 horsepower engine with a 0-100 kph time under 3.5 seconds, a top speed of over 250 km/h, and a total range of over 500 kilometers, the Mission E is also one of the most futuristic Porsches we've come to market.


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ZTE outs its cheapest smartphone with fingerprint sensor

ZTE’s making a case for feature-packed budget phones with its newest device. The ZTE Blade A1 comes with a fingerprint sensor at the back. It packs in a 5-inch 720p HD display, MTK MT6735 1.3GHz processor, 16GB internal storage with microSD expansion capability, LTE connectivity, and dual SIM support. This Android Lollipop device also has a 13-megapixerl rear shooter and 8-megapixel front facing camera. It’s going up for sale in China via for 599 CNY by the end of the year, which is roughly $125. There is no word if it’ll come this way though. We can only hope it would.

Source: Android Community


Google brings Photo Sphere to Photos on the web

You used to only be able to view Photo Sphere images on your Android app. Google Photos released an update to now let you see these 360-degree panoramas on your desktop browser or even your mobile web browser. If you own a Google Cardboard, you can even view them through the headset for a more immersive experience.

If you fancy making a Photo Sphere and haven’t tried before, one method you can use is the Cardboard Camera app available for Android 4.4+. As its name suggests, it works for use with Google Cardboard. To record an image, all you need to do is press the record button and slowly rotate the camera in a circle. It’ll take around a minute to process before you can pop the phone into your Cardboard and enjoy the shot you took. The software transforms it into a stereogram to make it look like the image is in 3D.

Source: Google Plus | Via: SlashGear


Microsoft sets Build conference on March 30th

Microsoft has officially announced the date and location for its upcoming developer’s event—the Build Conference. It will be happening once again in San Francisco, this time from March 30th to April 1st. Speculation is the event will focus mostly on Windows 10 and the rumoured Redstone update for the OS. This will be in line with Microsoft’s “Windows as a service” approach, having major updates come in on a yearly basis (much like what Apple does with OS X). Preview builds should also be announced during said event. But again these are still speculation. To get more details in the future, perhaps you’d want to sign up for the mailing list.

Source: Steven Guggenheimer via Twitter | Via: The Next Web


Roam Mobility now has roaming voice and data plans for visitors to Canada

Roam Mobility made its reputation by offering Canadians an easy and affordable way to remain connected while visiting the USA with their Roam SIM cards, phones and mobile hotspots. Today, the company is announcing they can do the same for anyone who visits Canada. 

Their new Canada Travel SIM cards come pre-loaded with plans that include unlimited talk and text, plus 4G LTE data. There are three plan options to choose from: a 7-day plan for $26.95 USD, a 14-day plan for $37.95 USD, or a 21-day plan for $49.95 USD. All plans include unlimited nationwide incoming and outgoing calls, unlimited international text messaging, 500MB of 4G LTE data, plus voice mail, caller ID, call waiting and hotspot tethering. Visit their website for details: