The Bluetooth-enabled GoCube will turn you into a Rubik’s Cube wizard

Everyone has an irritatingly brainy relative who can solve a Rubik’s Cube puzzle in a matter of seconds, while the rest of us just stare at the things on the table, baffled, taunted by this boxy jumble of colour. In the past you might have thrown in the towel, but with GoCube (from $69) – currently smashing its funding target on Kickstarter – you get a bit of extra help. It’s Bluetooth-enabled you see, meaning it connects to an app that can receive information from the device’s smart sensors and display your progress in real-time on screen. As well as studying step-by-step technique tips, you can compete against your friends and play games. GoCube is also designed to be faster and less prone to sticking when you’re turning the columns than a normal Rubik’s Cube, so you’ll feel even more smug when you master it.


The debut of the smartphone Moto Z3 Play: dual camera and Moto Mods support

An official presentation of a mid-level smartphone Moto Z3 Play was held, information about which has been published on the Internet recently.

As expected, the new product was Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 processor with eight cores Kryo 260 (up to 1.8 GHz) and graphics accelerator Adreno 509. The chip operates in tandem with 4 GB of RAM. The capacity of the flash module is 32 or 64 GB (plus a microSD card).


Price folding smartphone Samsung will be almost $ 2000

When Apple iPhone X was announced last fall, many were unpleasantly surprised at its high price. However, according to The Korea Times, the time for real surprise has not yet come.

On the Internet, there have been rumors that Samsung is developing a folding smartphone. Yes, and the South Korean giant recently confirmed this information. It is assumed that the novelty can be folded like a sheet of paper, so that it takes up less space, and unfold when you need to get the maximum screen size.


Premier trailer role-playing action Vampyr from the creators of Life is Strange and Remember Me

Studio Dontnod Entertainment published the premiere trailer of the role-playing action game Vampyr, which takes place in London in 1918, immediately after the First World War.

Dr. Jonathan Reed, after returning to London from the front, becomes a victim of a vampire. He does not kill him, but turns into himself like that. Just one bite – and the life of a doctor turns upside down. Before him opens a whole new world of intrigue and the power of supernatural beings. Blood flows like a river, and at the same time in the streets of London, the epidemic of Spanish flu is raging.