Folding iPhone Fold

What happens when iPad Pro meets iPhone? A folding iPhone that doubles as a tablet of course, and it’s not too far fetched to imagine Apple releasing this type of device to compete with Samsung’s offerings, namely the Galaxy Fold. This particular concept measures in at 6.6-inches when folded back and 8.3-inches when opened, with a “Super Retina” display boasting 514 pixels-per-inch in both modes. Read more for another video and additional information.

Microsoft XYV Laptop
Photo credit: Yonghwan Kim
The problem with most laptops these days is that the ones built specifically for gaming are quite bulky, but what if there was portable dock that can easily slide into any backpack? Introducing the Microsoft XYV laptop with the Reinforcer Dock. This dock features an external graphics card, power supply, a cooling system, and all the extra ports you could need for your gaming accessories. You can either use it as is, or connect everything to a larger display. Read more for additional pictures.

Lazareth LMV 496 Flying Bike

Ludovic Lazareth’s LMV 496 “La Moto Valante” is unlike any bike that you’ve seen before, or to be more specific, it’s a 4-wheeled motorcycle equipped with jet turbine-hubbed wheels that fold up to transform it into a flying hoverbike of sorts. At the center of each wheel hub is a powerful jet turbine, exhaust facing downward, similar to a quadcopter drone, but with much more power. Read more to see it in-action and for additional information.

Porsche 357
Photo credit: Clément Lacour / Serge Rusak
Self-driving vehicles use a host of sensors to perceive their surroundings, such as radar, Lidar, sonar, GPS, odometry and inertial measurement units, while advanced control systems interpret sensory information to identify appropriate navigation paths, as well as obstacles and relevant signage. It’s not too far-fetched to imagine supercars in the near future using these technologies for when a driver just wants to go for a ride around a track using the best possible racing line to prepare for a race, and what better way to do so than in the futuristic Porsche 357 concept. Read more for additional pictures and information.

2019 Apple iPad
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There have been lots of rumors swirling about Apple’s next-generation iPad, and two notable features that these models will reportedly retain are the Touch ID sensor, along with the headphone jack. As for screen size, one supplier claims the new version keeps the 9.7-inch screen, while another says the display will be upgraded to 10-inches with slightly thinner bezels, while adding USB-C charging. Read more for a video about the new iPad and additional information.

ZTE Foldable Phone
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ZTE may have faced challenges stateside recently, but they’re looking to get back on track, and what better way than by releasing a cutting edge folding smartphone? This design is based on a patent filed in April last year with the Global Design Database of the WIPO (World Intellectual Property Office) and published on March 5, 2019. Rather than follow in the footsteps of the Samsung Galaxy Fold, this smartphone boasts a clamshell design that flips open to reveal a full-screen display, and in the back, there’s a dual camera setup. Read more to see the patent, and for additional pictures as well as information.

Toyota GR Supra GT4
Toyota unveils the GR Supra GT4 Concept, which will make its official debut at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, held from March 7-17, 2019, in Switzerland. It was developed as a racing study model based on the GR Supra to explore the possibility of using the all-new sports car in customer motorsports such as privateer racing. This bespoke model is even lighter than the production Toyota Supra, and is equipped with race specific parts such as a roll cage, suspension, brake and rear-wings. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.

Nintendo Flex Game Boy
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The Nintendo Switch is set to get a refresh some time this year, and it already has a playable version of Fortnite, but what if the company were to go back to the basics and re-release the Game Boy? If that happened, it might look something like the Nintendo Flex. This portable game console retains a similar button layout with flush body-colored buttons and replaces the traditional cartridge slot out back with a microSD expansion of sorts that doubles as a power switch on the side. Read more for additional pictures and information.

Move Airbus Seat Concept

Let’s face it, the slimline airplane seats being installed in airplane cabins now aren’t the most comfortable, or at least for passengers flying in economy, that is unless…you’re talking about the new Move Airbus seat concept. It’s made from pressure-sensitive conductive yarn wrapped around an aluminum frame and connected to a series of sensors as well as a smartphone app. The seat sends electrical currents through the conductive yarn to adjust the firmness, while the sensors monitor temperature, tension, pressure, along with movement to perfectly adapt to your body. Read more for additional pictures and information.

Lamborghini Trono

Designed by Ramandeep Singh, Narendra Singh and Appu Koshy, the futuristic Lamborghini Trono is an all-electric hypercar with design elements from the Terzo Millennio concept as well as the Huracan. Featuring sleek Y-shaped headlights, angular styling, a panoramic windshield, large wheels, and then a thin light bar in the rear, similar to the Lamborghini Concepto X. Read more for additional pictures and information.