Video: I like many cities in Europe, but only a handful that I love dearly because they're full of welcoming people who enjoy fine drinking and eating as much as the Spaniards do. Madrid, Gothenburg, Berlin, Rome — and the serene and magnificent Budapest, which is objectively one of the most beautiful cities in the world. If you've never been there, I can't recommend it highly enough. Here's an appetizer in video form:
Admire The Beautiful Budapest In This Time-lapse Cityscape
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Lording atop its portfolio like some kind of $1,000 crown jewel, the iPhone is undoubtedly the Apple’s most important product. And for years, people have droned on about how the phone that Jobs built is the most innovative and user-friendly device out there. But is it really?
Earlier this year the world was introduced to the Red Hydrogen One - the world's first first holographic phone display that didn't require 3D glasses or a specific viewing angle. It seems that Samsung is stepping this up a notch (I'm sorry) by filing a patent for a "hologram reproducing apparatus" that can "emit a write beam corresponding to the hologram pattern." In other words - it would have the ability to project a 3D hologram, just like R2-D2.