Back in August 2014, we reported that Microsoft was working on some game-changing software that would magically transform first-person videos into stabilized “hyperlapses.” Today, the company officially launched that software, called Hyperlapse, for Windows, Windows Phone, and Android.
Being a smartwatch expert, and by that I mean I've sampled all of one device for several months, the idea of getting your smartwatch to do more seems like a step in the wrong direction. Simply replacing your phone screen for your watch screen isn't where we should be heading.
I think this is where marketing and logic clash, because it's difficult to justify a device which simply displays your phone notifications. But there is a freeness in this approach which for me makes the concept worthwhile.
US billionaire Elon Musk, a co-founder of PayPal, this month launched a lithium-ion battery called the Powerwall that is expected to sell in Australia next year for about $5,500.
"You can actually go, if you want, completely off-grid," Mr Musk said of the batteries.
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