DJI’s unannounced FPV drone is already the star of a complete unboxing video

By loading the video, you agree to YouTube’s privacy policy.Learn more Load video Always unblock YouTube DJI’s first-ever FPV (first-person-view) drone hasn’t been much of a secret for months — but an unboxing video now shows off the new quadcopter, controller and FPV goggles from practically every angle (via OsitaLV). While the prominent “NOT FOR SALE” and “DISPLAY DEMO” stickers on the box and controller suggest that some details might change before a rumored March launch, we can clearly see a set of front- and downward-facing cameras that are likely obstacle avoidance sensors, in addition to the large main camera mounted high in the drone’s shell. The battery is a

Anker’s custom wireless charger for the unannounced second-gen Amazon Echo Buds leaks in full

A render of the unannounced Anker charging pad.Image: GizmoChina Just yesterday, we found FCC filings for a new Anker PowerWave wireless charging pad that mentioned an unannounced second generation of Echo Buds with wireless charging right in the name. That charger has since leaked in full in a Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) listing spotted by GizmoChina. The now-pulled WPC listing included the render of the product at the top of this post that gives us a few hints about what the Echo Buds’ case might look like and some of the features of the pad. The charger appears to have an oblong indentation for the Echo Buds’ wireless charging case

Unannounced 8th Generation Core 15W U-Series CPUs Appear on Intel’s Public Price List

More news from Intel this morning, this time published directly on their website. With the upcoming announcement of the 8th Generation Core next week to which Intel has already posted teasers to the media, it would seem that someone at Intel decided to add processor details and pricing into Intel’s official Price List today. New to the document are four CPUs, all in the U-series range, which usually indicates TDPs of 15W for non-Iris products. However, the big jump to note will be in the core counts. U-series processors, including the Core i7 parts, have historically been only dual-core with Hyper-Threading, similar to the Core i5 parts (with the Core

Unannounced Threadripper 1920 leaked by AMD hardware partners

During AMD’s official Threadripper reveal we heard about just three such TR4 package processors, all with a TDP of 180W. At the top of the pile was the Ryzen Threadripper 1950X with 16C/32T, followed by the 1920X with 12C/24T, and finally the 1900X with 8C/16T. As the core count went down, so did the price, but so did the base clock speed. The trio of Threadrippers mentioned all have release dates this month; the 1950X and 1920X are scheduled for 10th August availability (next Thursday), and the 1900X will be released at the end of this month. Now we are pretty sure that there will be another Ryzen Threadripper coming

Xiaomi teases the Redmi K30 5G “Speed Edition” with the unannounced Snapdragon 768G

Back in December last year, Xiaomi’s sub-brand Redmi launched the Redmi K30 5G in China. Powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G, the Redmi K30 was the company’s first 5G-enabled smartphone and it packed in a couple of other noteworthy features, like a 64MP Sony IMX686 primary camera, a 120Hz high refresh rate display, 30W fast charging support, and more. The device was launched alongside the Redmi K30 4G, which packed in the Snapdragon 730G chipset instead, and was soon followed by the Redmi K30 Pro featuring Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragon 865 chip. Now, as per recent posts on Chinese social media platform Weibo, Xiaomi is prepping up to launch another smartphone

Unannounced Star Wars: Project Maverick leaks onto PlayStation Store

A previously unannounced new Star Wars title, currently going by the name Project Maverick, has leaked onto the PlayStation Store. Project Maverick was initially spotted by a Resetera user after its details were scraped and spat out onto the internet by the bot-driven Twitter account psnrelease, ordinarily intended to notify followers of new PlayStation titles and updates as they arrive on Sony’s store. In this instance, however, the bot dug up details presumably not intended for public release, pertaining to a game known simply as Maverick. That in itself wouldn’t have drawn much attention, were it not for the accompanying artwork, featuring an Imperial Star Destroyer, several mingling X-Wings, and

PEGI leaks unannounced games for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch

  Before shipping out to retailers after development has been done, publishers are required to submit its software for review by regulators. In the United States, the task falls to the Entertainment Software Rating Board. Meanwhile, in Europe, the Pan European Game Information (PEGI) handles the regulation of games. In an unexpected turn of events, the latter reportedly leaked two upcoming titles for the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. The first one that was rated and listed is a port of the game that came out for the Xbox One and PC that released in 2019. It is developed by a game studio called Blue Manchu and received decent review