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Gadgets – TechCrunch

Gadgets – TechCrunch
  1. Leo Labs and its high-fidelity space radar track orbital debris better than ever — from New Zealand
    Ask anyone in the space business and they'll tell you that orbital debris is a serious problem that will only get worse,but dealing with it is as much an opportunity as it is a problem. Leo Labs is building a global network of radar arrays that can track smaller debris than we can today, and with better precision — and the first of its new installations is about to start operations in New Zealand.
  2. Nomad’s new Base Station Pro offers a taste of what Apple’s AirPower had promised
    Accessory maker Nomad already offers a couple of excellent wireless chargers that work great with Apple and other Qi-compatible devices, but they’re introducing a new one that could be their most versatile yet. Using technology provided by partner Aira, called “FreePower,” the new Nomad Base Station Pro will be able to charge up to three […]
  3. NASA’s new Moon-bound spacesuit is safer, smarter and much more comfortable
    The next Americans to set foot on the Moon will do so in a brand new spacesuit that's based on, but hugely improved from, the original Apollo suits that last went up there in the '70s. With easier entry, better mobility, and improved communications, these won't be nearly as clumsy or restrictive — though you still wouldn't want to wear one around the house.
  4. Creators of modern rechargeable batteries share Nobel prize
    If you had to slip a couple AAs into your smartphone every morning to check your email, browse Instagram, and text your friends, chances are the mobile revolution would not have been quite so revolutionary. Fortunately the rechargeable lithium-ion battery was invented — a decades-long task for which three men have just been awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
  5. Gnarbox 2.0 backup SSD is a photographer’s best friend in the field and at home
    Working photographers, and enthusiasts who just love taking plenty of pictures, know that even the biggest SD cards can sometimes fill up, especially when you’re working with large file sizes, shooting both JPG and RAW, and shooting 4K video. The solution? A good mobile backup drive. There are a number of options out there that […]
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