TECHNOLOGY

Britain’s new aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth

 The HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier is so big it will leave its basin in Rosyth, Fife with just a 30cm gap on either side of the entrance to the dock and squeeze under bridges. Armed with 30mm guns, miniguns and a close-in weapons system, the ship weighs a staggering 65,000 tonnes and cost a cool £3.1billion to build over ... Read More »

Personal Life of Omid Kordestani, Executive Chairman at Twitter

 Omid Kordestani is a Persian – American businessman and the Executive Chairman at Twitter. Mr Kordestani has an illustrious career to his credit. He was the Senior Vice President and Chief Business Officer at Google.  Kordestani worked as non-executive director at Vodafone. He co-founded the PARSA community foundation Omid Kordestani, Discusses The Companys Future At Google – Net worth: $2 ... Read More »

Luxury Watches That Give Time Differently

The STORM MK2 Circuit watch has a modern design and futuristic appeal. This best selling watch is made from silver and black brushed stainless steel and features a red LED vertical display that indicates the time at the press of a button. The lights on the left denote hours and AM/PM; those on the right show the minutes in tens ... Read More »

The first robotic restaurant in homeland

  when I had an experience that can only be explained as an acid trip. What, exactly, the Robot Restaurant is (it really doesn’t involve food or robots) is sorta beyond description. The Robot Restaurant defies categorization, b Read More »

CRAZY JAPANESE INVENTIONS

 apanese art of inventing silly & useless gadgets to solve an everyday problem. Translated literally, ‘Chindogu’ means valuable or priceless tool. Yes, these inventions are genius, but you would probably look pretty silly using them out in public.Actually, there are a few inventions here that I would actually use. No shame. Read More »

The world’s most luxury and largest Cruise Ship

 The world’s biggest-ever cruise ship, the 120,000-tonne Harmony of the Seas, has opened its doors to reveal a vast floating town as it was handed over by a French shipyard to its American owners.At 66 metres (217ft), it is the widest cruise ship ever built, while its 362m length makes it 50 metres longer than the height of the Eiffel ... Read More »

Inside One of the World’s Most Secretive iPhone Factories in China

 For the first time Apple and Pegatron have opened the closely-guarded factory doors to a western journalist to put a stop to the damaging accusations.The rare access shows staff subjected to a military-style regiment, forced to undergo facial recognition, metal detectors and daily roll calls just to go to work.The staff are made to wearpink jackets, blue hairnets and plastic ... Read More »

Technical Specifications Boeing’s aircrafts

The Boeing 737 is a short- to medium-range twinjet narrow-body airliner. Originally developed as a shorter, lower-cost twin-engined airliner derived from Boeing’s 707 and 727, the 737 has developed into a family of ten passenger models with a capacity of 85 to 215 passengers. The 737 is Boeing’s only narrow-body airliner in production, next Generation variants currently being built. Production ... Read More »

The 360-degree luxury SkyDeck for the richest Passengers

SkyDeck design concept boasts an in-flight experience like no other. Conceptual designs show a teardrop-shaped canopy positioned toward the top rear of the aircraft, which offers passengers a full view of the plane’s external environment from semi-external luxury seats. SkyDeck can be installed in a variety of aircraft, from small executive jets to wide-bodies, and can have one or two ... Read More »

The Most Expensive TVs in the World

 Samsung UN105S9 Curved 105-Inch 4K Ultra HD 120Hz 3D Smart LED TV. The size of the screen might not be the same as the size of the one at the theatre, but the experience you will have with this giant is surely just as good if not better. This amazing eight million pixel HDTV will make you feel as if ... Read More »