Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi is in the lead in bringing the future to now. The company announced the “world’s first mass-produced” see-through television on Tuesday. This comes in commemoration of their 10th year anniversary in the industry. The 55-inch device will cost 49,999 yuan (roughly $7,200). “When Mi TV LUX OLED Transparent Edition is turned off, it looks like a mere glass display,” said the company in a press release. It’s fair to say this is a little ridiculous, but ridiculous is a good place to be sometimes.
Toshiba, the world’s first creator of the IBM-compatible laptop will longer be making laptops. Business has been tough for a while for the Japanese company, with a major sales decline in 2017, probing it to sell most of the company shares.
Toshiba first sold the majority of its shares to Sharp in 2018 and has now transferred the remaining 19.9% of shares to the tech firm. Accordingly, this stops all further production of laptops by the company. “As a result of this transfer, Dynabook has become a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sharp.”, wrote the company in a press release.
The racing game may be described as “cinematic non-stop action, and adrenaline-fueled stunts in exotic places” but reviews are on the contrary. Many say while the storyline is great, the graphics are disenchanting. Gamespew called the instalment “as bad as the rest” of the Fast & Furious games.
Watch the trailer below and be the judge of that!
It’s always a good day when two female rappers join forces to release a possible banger. Cardi B announced a collaboration with Texas-born rapper Megan Thee Stallion. This follows Stallion’s “Savage” remix featuring Beyonce reaching number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in May.
Titled WAP, the track is set to be released this Friday.
Netflix just came in strong! The streaming service has been consistently dominating and they now received a record-breaking 160 Emmy nominations.
The show with the most nomination goes to HBO’s Watchmen, leading with a total of 26 nominations. Additionally, other show’s leading nominations are The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (20), Succession (18), Ozark (18), Schitts’s Creek (15) and The Mandalorian (15).
Jimmy Kimmel will be hosting the 2020 Emmy Awards on September 20. View full nomination list on the link below.