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First Hydrogen Fuel Train

Hydrogen energy components are a greener method to control vehicles. Be that as it may, they have additionally been cost-restrictive.

Today, however, that is beginning to change — on Monday, German travelers boarded the world's first hydrogen-controlled trains.

The new trains transport passengers along 100 kilometers (62 miles) of track and can travel up to 1,000 kilometers (621 miles) on a single tank of hydrogen, reaching top speeds of 140 km (87 mph).

Hydrogen fuel cells generate electricity by combining hydrogen with oxygen, and their only byproduct is water. That makes the cells a promising energy source that produces zero emissions and very little noise.

Though they remain pricey, hydrogen fuel cells have advantages over batteries. Instead of recharging, for instance, you can just refuel them like you would a gas or diesel engine. And because train schedules are highly predictable, it’s easier to build refueling infrastructure.

New research is helping cut the cost of hydrog…

World's First Foldable Android Pie Smartphone

Foldable mobile is one of the greatest buzz terms in tech right now with Samsung, LG and Huawei all trying different things with the tech, yet each one of those organizations has been getting the best of.

Royole - an organization situated in California - have declared the Royole FlexPai that is set to be the first economically accessible foldable cell phone.

Unfurled, this resembles a tablet at 7.8-inch AMOLED yet the screen will therapist to 4 inches when you've collapsed it away. At the point when it's collapsed, it'll change from a tablet interface to something more appropriate for telephones.

This is the "world's first foldable screen phone" released by Rouyu Technology, which will use the Snapdragon 8150 processor, but its design is very rough, just to seize the "first", this is a futures product. — Ice universe (@UniverseIce) 31 October 2018 There's Android 9 Pie programming immediately out of the case, yet it a…