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Dronies Are the World’s Smallest Autonomous Drones

  Drovionics’ UAVs can synchronize their movements to music broadcast from a smartphone. The company plans to develop drones for regular indoor use among humans.

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Is 'Smart' Technology Making Us Dumb?

  These days it’s rare to have a moment when you’re away from a phone, tablet, or anything with an internet connection. Technology definitely makes our lives easier, but does it make it better? As new products looks to answer all of our questions for us studies show that using ‘smart’ technology could actually be […]

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Lander 'Sniffed' Organic Molecules on Comet's Surface

  The European Space Agency’s Philae comet lander “sniffed” organic molecules before its primary battery ran out and it shut down, German scientists said. They said it was not yet clear whether the molecules included the complex compounds that make up proteins. One of the key aims of the mission is to discover whether carbon-based […]

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Danalock Wants to Defend Your Front Door

  Bluetooth and Z-Wave capabilities are crammed into Poly-Control’s $179 Danalock.

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Extra Cool: Scuba Diving In The Future

  If you go somewhere warm this winter, diving in the Maldives may be an idea. You’ll need the Scubus S, a new gear for diving that will make you feel like you’re in the future. Matt Sampson has the details.

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Google Maps App Will Show Cyclists The Flattest Route

  It’s about to get easier for cyclists to use the Google Maps app to plan the best route. Google is rolling out an update to the Android version of Google Maps that will incorporate elevation information into cycling directions and improve voice commands during navigation. The new feature will enable cyclists to see a […]

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The Skully Smart Motorcycle Helmet Sharpens Your Senses On The Road

  The Skully AR-1 helmet started quite literally as a fever dream by founder and CEO Dr. Marcus Weller, who had been in multiple motorcycle accidents before. Using an elaborate network of sensors, microprocessors, and a camera, the AR-1 is able to deliver a Heads Up Display, with turn-by-turn GPS navigation, with information appearing approximately […]

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What Is the Poodle Bug?

  New day, new computer virus! The latest is called The Poodle Bug, and this new internet virus is one that is affecting certain web browsers. Watch the clip for everything you need to know.

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Cree's New Bulb Is the Simplest LED We've Ever Seen

  With an attractively familiar design devoid of heat sinks, this $8 bulb is built to appeal to incandescent holdovers.

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Best Apps for Tailgating

  Football season means tailgating and fun, and there are a few fabulous apps that can help you take your tailgate to the next level! Bet you didn’t think your smartphone was gonna be much help during tailgate-a-palooza, but alas it’s proved to be impossible to live without … again!

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Can This Big Red Button Really Do It All?

  A new Indiegogo campaign, the Bttn, promises that users will be able to do everything from starting the coffee maker to ordering pizza with the click of one big button. The idea behind the big, friendly-looking button out of Helsinki, Finland, is that users connect it to the Internet either through Wi-Fi or by […]

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CraftBot 3D Is Another Take On Making An Affordable, Accessible 3D Printer

  You wait ages for an affordable 3D printer and then two come along at once. Mota 3D’s Kickstarter campaign’s goal is to raise $100,000 to get a fully featured, high resolution $600 3D printer to market. And CraftBot 3D’s makers are seeking $40,000 via Indiegogo, to make an “easy to use and affordable” 3D […]

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