All Good Things on the Web


It's the day of the lie, which means we can see all kinds of weird ads circulating over the web. Most of them are fake, with the exception of Gmail, which was initially dismissed as a joke, as was announced on April 1 about fifteen years ago. Here is a list of some of the good things that are circulating over the internet. In the spirit of full disclosure, I fell in love with one.

OnePlus Warp Car

OnePlusĀ® Warp Car – an electric vehicle that supposedly works with OnePlus's Warp Charge technology – is one of the most obvious "pranks" out there. The vehicle claims to go from Los Angeles to Las Vegas in a single charge of 20 minutes and has a maximum range of 290 miles. Come on OnePlus, you can do better than that.

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Remote control that accepts pets from Roku

Apparently, puppies being unable to watch TV is a problem somewhere in the world, so Ruku decided to fix it by releasing a new remote control to his furry friends. It features new animal-themed shortcut buttons in ergonomic paw shapes, Bark Assistant Technology with commands like barking to play, barking to increase volume and barking to stop. It even comes with a dedicated subwoofer to recreate some to the frequencies of dogs' ears just for an ideal streaming experience.

File Cleaner

It turns out that the Google Files app can do much more than keep the inside of your phone clean. It uses the less-known smudge_detector Android API, along with geometric dirt models and the haptic micromovement generator. The files can detect when your phone is dirty and clean it for you, in addition to preventing future buildup by means of a "protective backing" vibration engine.

Nokia 9 X-ray camera PureView

The Nokia 9 PureView has many cameras. But, one of them is more useful than the rest. The mysterious sensor erased from the device is actually an X-ray camera that can, as the name suggests, take pictures of its appendices in X-Ray.


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