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Samsung Galaxy S5 to have highest-ever screen resolution

Samsung is expected to unveil its Galaxy S5 next month. However, so far few details are available about the device. Seems, not any more. According to data collected by popular benchmark app GFXBench, an upcoming Samsung device codenamed SM-G900S will have 2K or 2560x1440p resolution. This is the highest resolution for any smartphone, as the current maximum is 1920x1080p. It is said that Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S5 smartphone will have a 5.2-inch display. This will mean pixel density of 560ppi, the highest in any smartphone available in the market. Currently, HTC One boasts of highest pixel density among smartphones - 469ppi. However, Galaxy S5 will not be the first 2K phone in the market. Chinese manufacturer Vivo is slated to launch the world's first smartphone with 2K resolution. The successor of HTC is also rumoured to have 2K resolution screen and hit the market in February next year.

Google working on ROBOTS on Massive lavel

In the past six months, Google has acquired seven robot makers to develop new products has also started hiring employees . A Google spokesman said that the Android operating system , Google's Andy Rubin , who was head of production are leading to new initiatives. However, Google has not yet explained how he will develop the robot. ' New York Times' newspaper, according to a report that Google currently is working on the robots , they do not sell it yet. The newspaper says that Google's self - driving the car, working on the robots to be used in order to help home delivery of goods. According to the New York Times recently Google in San Francisco and San Jose click 'Google Shopping Express home delivery of groceries in the name of the service is launched. "It is clear that the personal robot market launch day techniques are very close."

Hi-Def Space Selfies Coming To Your Web Browser Soon

Two high-definition cameras are on their way now to the International Space Station . There, they will aim to revolutionize how we view our planet and ourselves. A Canadian-based company named UrtheCast will offer the world’s first near-live HD video and imagery of Earth from space, using the new cameras. Launched aboard a Russian Soyuz spacecraft on Monday, the two eyes in the sky will be installed on the underbelly of the space station over the next few months. Expectations are that space buffs everywhere with an internet connection will see the first live streaming-video broadcast from the cameras on the company’s web portal early next year.

Amazon unveils futuristic mini-drone delivery plan

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos revealed Sunday that his company is looking to the future with plans to use "octocopter" mini-drones to fly small packages to consumers in just 30 minutes. The US retail giant's ambitious project still requires additional safety testing and federal approval, but Bezos estimated that Amazon "Prime Air" would be up and running within four to five years. A demo video posted on the company's website showed the tiny robotic devices picking up pakages in small yellow buckets from Amazon's fulfillment centers and then whizzing through the air to deliver the items to customers just 30 minutes after they made their purchase on  We can do half-hour delivery... and we can carry objects, we think, up to five pounds (2.3 kilograms), which covers 86 percent of the items that we deliver."