World’s First Battery-Electric Freight Train Unveiled in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh-based rail company Wabtec has unveiled the first battery-electric freight train. Dubbed the FLXdrive, this locomotive is a strong first step toward sustainability in railway shipping, an industry that’s responsible for about a quarter of all U.S. transportation emissions. Unfortunately, it’s still just a first step in a very long process.

IKEA’s New $40 Wireless Charger Hides in Plain Sight

If you’ve been looking to add Qi wireless charging to your desk, table, or shelf, IKEA’s new $40 wireless charging pad is the perfect solution. You can mount IKEA’s Sjömärke wireless charging pad yourself, anywhere you want, and it’ll charge through wood and plastic, hidden on the underside of your furniture.

NVIDIA Brings DLSS AI Upscaling to Windows 11

A new NVIDIA driver adds DLSS support to 28 new games, plus official certification for Windows 11. The AI-powered upscaling software increases game resolution without wasting processing power, allowing PCs to run games at 4K without sacrificing FPS, draw distance, or other in-game quality settings.

Rumored Google Pixel Foldable Could Arrive Later This Year

Until just recently, foldable phones seemed like a futuristic device out of reach for most buyers. Now, Samsung’s on its third Galaxy Fold Z, a more affordable folding phone for the mainstream crowd. And while we’ve heard rumors of a Google Pixel Fold for over a year, new reports suggest Google might finally be ready to steal Samsung’s thunder.

OnePlus 9T Is Canceled, Says CEO Pete Lau

OnePlus follows all of its phone releases with upgraded T-Series devices, such as the OnePlus 7T and 8T. But fans waiting to buy a OnePlus 9T are out of luck. The company is revising its sales strategy as it merges with sister brand Oppo, and as a result, the OnePlus 9T is officially canceled.
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