As per the sources like othere biggest tech companies Google has had its share of blunders over the years when it comes to devices. The company raised a lot of interest when it announced Google Glass and showed off a demo of how interactive it is and how useful it is in daily life.
However, the hype went down the drain when the price was announced -at US$1,500, the glass was clearly overpriced, bulky, had limited use and limited battery life. There has been no significant news regarding any update of the product for a few months now.A recent biggest failure of google! The device never properly launched for consumers and those who had pre-ordered it after the announcement got the device for free. In 2013, Google quietly discontinued the failed product.
Apple iphone 6
As per the technology sources customers complained that both the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus would bend easily when kept in a pocket or in bags -raising concerns on the build quality of the phone. While Apple never officially acknowledged it to be a big issue, the company did offer a free replacement to users if the handset did appear to be accidentally bent.but es, unfortunately it does with many customer but the company will offers a best maintenance scheme!In the next variants -iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, Apple improved build quality of the devices by using strengthened anodized aluminum to build the phone’s shell. Bend-gate was the term handed out this time.
A hoverboard is the common name given to a self-balancing, battery-powered scooter.These devices first came into the limelight in China (around 2014) -within a year, they became the new craze for the urban elite. A number of Indian companies also imported and launched them in India and many variants were available at electronics and toy stores for a while.
As per the expert reviews it was a lot of fun to ride it -you just need to bend slightly forward to make it go forward and bend backwards to slow down or stop. Think of it like a mini Segway.
Almost all commercial airlines quickly banned carriage of hoverboards. Interest took a nosedive and the product faded away slowly. Even the so called ‘certified’ and quality controlled hoverboards have not caught on.
However, because of the hype and sudden demand, a lot of cheap knockoffs started appearing -these devices failed to meet many safety requirements and used sub-standard lithium-ion batteries which started resulting in explosions. As the number of YouTube videos grew -Hoverboards were quickly deemed to a big fire hazard.And officially hoverboards get banned!