Showing posts with label TECH. Show all posts
Showing posts with label TECH. Show all posts

Thursday, June 2, 2016

HOT DEALS: Mobile Week Is ON!!! Get Your Amazing Phone Deals NOW!!!

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Jumia Mobile Week is live and lots of products are on display at a reduced priced, I’m sure you’ve got something mouthwatering and  pocket friendly to pick up.  I can see some of the new products like Fire Plus LTE, the Infinix Hot 3 Pro is going a cheap price and lots more.
The best time to get a mobile phone is this week, so don’t let it pass you by. By 1PM, Infinix Zero 3.

You can visit Jumia Mobile Week here to check out product that best meet your need.

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

ON SALE: Buy Your Desired Phone As Jumia Mobile Week is Live, Don't Miss Out On This Deal!

                                         
Jumia Mobile Week is live and lots of products are on display at a reduced priced, I’m sure you’ve got something mouthwatering and  pocket friendly to pick up.  I can see some of the new products like Fire Plus LTE, the Infinix Hot 3 Pro is going a cheap price and lots more.
The best time to get a mobile phone is this week, so don’t let it pass you by. By 1PM, Infinix Zero 3.
You can visit Jumia Mobile Week here to check out product that best meet your need.

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

CELEBRITY LIFE: Victoria Beckham Is Selling Her Range Rove Sport Car She Designed After Driving It Just 1,400 Miles In Three Years!

       Victoria Beckham's special edition Range Rover Evoque
Victoria Beckham is selling the special edition Range Rover she designed - after driving it just 1,400 miles in three years.
The former pop star turned fashionista was commissioned by Land Rover to help build a limited run of the Evoque - with the announcement generating worldwide publicity.
Just 200 of the £80,000 cars were built, with Beckham taking delivery of one of the luxurious SUVs in 2013.
Speaking the year before, Victoria said: "I've stayed very true to myself. I've designed a car that I want to drive, a car that I think David wants to drive."

However, the mum-of-four hasn't made use of her high-profile car - having driven it just 1,400 miles over the past three years at a rate of only 1.5 miles per day.

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

TECH: 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona Found Rusting In Barn!

                           
A rare and iconic 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona tipped to fetch big bucks at auction after being found rusting in a barn has sold - for a disappointing amount.
When the dilapidated shell was discovered in a farm building in rural Alabama last month, experts predicted it would sell for an incredible £120,000.
At worst, they said it would most likely raise £100,000.

However, it has now gone under the hammer, selling for just £60,000.

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

TECH: Driverless Cars Will Still Need Helping Hand From Humans!

                      Google cars
Futuristic self-driving cars travelling along California roads have needed plenty of old-fashioned human intervention to stay safe, according to test reports.
California's Department of Motor Vehicles released reports filed by seven companies given permission by the agency to test prototype vehicles in public which gave instances in which a driver had to take over because of technology problems or other safety concerns.
The reports show wildly different levels of success since on-road testing started in September 2014.
Experts in the technology said Google, whose cars drove the most by far, performed relatively well, but also cautioned that the testing typically happened during good weather.

Other companies reported frequent instances in which the person required to be in the front seat just in case had to grab the wheel. 

Tuesday, December 29, 2015

TECH: Tesla Starts Shipping "Signature Series" Model X Cars To Customers!

                           

Electric car company Tesla Motors has quietly hit a milestone in delivering its long-awaited crossover SUV, the Model X.
Over the past couple of weeks, a handful of customers who had put down a $40,000 deposit for a “Signature Series” of the Model X, have received their cars, according to customers’ reports on forums, social media and blog posts. The “Signature Series” of the Model X is a limited-edition version for early reservation holders that comes “fully loaded” with all of the cars bells and whistles. The cost: $132,000 to $144,000.
The Model X, first revealed in 2012, is Tesla’s third electric car. It was designed with swooping gull-wing doors and seats for seven adults along with an optional tow hitch.
A Tesla  TSLA -0.70%  spokesperson confirmed that the company has started delivering the Signature Series versions of the Model X cars. On Saturday, the company tweeted a picture of one of those deliveries.

Saturday, December 12, 2015

TECH: Tesla Rival Faraday Future Plans Factory, Electric Car!!

                           Faraday Future Factory
Car maker Faraday Future announced Thursday plans to build a $1 billion factory in North Las Vegas, pending approval from the state legislature. 
News of the proposed three-million-square-foot facility, to be located in Clark County’s APEX Industrial Park, comes after months of speculation about the secretive car maker based in Gardena, Calif., which previously said it plans to build an advanced, all-electric car. 
The new factory will create 4,500 new jobs, according to the car maker. 

Friday, December 11, 2015

TECH: Ford Adds Another $4.5 Billion To Its Electric Car Ambitions!!!

              

Ford is betting big on electric vehicles by promising to invest another $4.5 billion and add 13 new electric cars to its lineup by 2020 along with expanding research into batteries.
CEO Mark Fields outlined the auto giant’s deeper commitment to electric vehicles at a press conference on Thursday in Dearborn, Mich. In just five years, more than 40% of the company’s models will come in electrified versions, he said.

TECH: Electric Car Startup Plans A $1 Billion Factory in Tesla's Backyard!!!




Faraday Future, a mysterious electric automaker that hopes to challenge Tesla, plans to start construction on a $1 billion factory in Nevada early next year if state legislators approve incentives and tax breaks worth $215 million.