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Expandable BeauEr 3X Caravan Telescopes To 3 Times Its Size.

Get ready to hit the road and have fun!


How fancy would it be to travel the world, just hit the road and wander? Climb mountains, go camping whilst enjoying your favorite s’mores with the company of great people. But how would you satisfy your wanderlust and embark on thrill-seeking adventures without entirely sacrificing the comforts that we can hardly live a day without?

The idea seems so far-fetched but this invention just might make those travel goals happen.

Here is a different take on camper vans invented by French company BeauEr. The 3X concept began in 2009 with the inventor’s idea to create ‘a small but expandable caravan that has everything like the big one.’ Aptly named BeauEr ‘3X,’ this caravan expands 3 times its original size in 20 seconds. It measures 8.5 feet long and 6 feet wide, designed to the size of a towed vehicle when on the road..

..and expands with a single push of a button based on the telescopic principle.

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The Camper Van of your dreams!

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Nothing like an ordinary tiny camper, BeauEr 3x offers more space for you and your stuff. It boasts a bedroom with a double bed, kitchen, a compact bathroom and living area. This unique caravan also comes with a dining table and sofa which can be converted to a double bed.

Indeed, less is more. And like tiny houses, 3X is giving us some major space-saving ideas and travelling goals. That’s comfort and freedom every traveler would love to have.

How cool is that!

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Mobile Phone Resurrection: The Nokia 3310 Is Back With Updated Features!

The iconic Nokia 3310 is back with some new and improved features that will surely impress fans of no-nonsense phones.

Around 20 years ago — when mobile phone use and text messaging was just starting to gain global popularity — Nokia was one of the most sought-after brands. The Finland-based company attracted customers with their mobile phone models and one of the Finnish company's bestselling phones was the Nokia 3310.

Nokia released the 3310 on September 1, 2000. At that time, it became the must-have gadget. It boasted of features that were deemed "rare" back then such as a calculator, a stop watch, voice dialing, and a reminder function. To top it all off, it had four games: Pairs II, Space Impact, Bantumi, and Snake II. It's worth pointing out, though, that it had a monochrome display.

In the past, 126 million Nokia 3310 units were sold worldwide.

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Scientists Discover Zealandia, a Lost Continent Hiding In Plain Sight For Ages

Zealandia didn’t materialize overnight, it’s just been hidden underwater.

For most of our lives, we were taught that the world has seven continents: Africa, Asia, Antarctica, Australia, Europe, North America, and South America. Later on, as National Geographic noted, "Some geographers list only six continents, combining Europe and Asia into "Eurasia.'" Well, guess what? It looks like the Earth has one more continent and it's called Zealandia.

It's worth noting that Zealandia didn't just materialize overnight. In fact, the continent has just been hidden. According to the paper published in GSA Today — the journal of the Geological Society of America — the newly discovered land mass is 1.74 million square miles in size. However, 94 percent of it is submerged in the ocean.

Our point of reference for Zealandia is New Zealand.

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Hacker Shows How Easy it is to Hack Your Smart Devices in Public

Be careful when connecting to public WiFi hotspots.

Electronic devices these days have made it easier for people to communicate and even perform various tasks because of smart technology. All they need is a network connection and the rest will fall into place. Most of these devices have good intentions but because they rely on network connectivity, they become vulnerable to hack attacks. It seems that the more advanced the technology, the more sophisticated hackers have also become.

With the growing availability of public WiFi hotspots, people can readily access the network, which they may use for personal or work purposes. This may be necessary especially if the users are not home to connect to a private network. But the free use of public connection has an alarming consequence – hackers can easily gain access to unsecured devices without restrictions so long as they are on the same network as the victims.

You may not know it but using free public connection can be risky - because of hacking!

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