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It sounded crazy when Musk released his white paper on it last year--which is exactly why crowdfunding website JumpStartFund jumped on board with it.
The MQ-8B was controlled and operated from a Fire Scout control station located on board the Bertholf by both Navy pilots and Coast Guard personnel.
Ever wished you had a super-reliable computer that used less power and could instantly start-up and be ready for use? Researchers from Cornell University are working on a new technology that could lead to just such a breakthrough.
Ok, and Xbox and Playstation. Just because we can't stop watching the GIFs.
And we're pretty sure they're not a set of new golf clubs.
The U.S. Air Force and Northrop Grumman are designing the next generation of long range strike bomber. The question is: Will it still need a pilot?
North Korea counters by employing a fully-realistic shark expert--to spot said drone. Ok, not really. But any day now, we're sure.
Forget having to climb way up to the top of a high shelf anymore; flying bots are your eyes in the warehouse skies.
A new algorithm, developed by computing science professor Richard Zhang of Simon Fraser University (SFU), has enabled the creation of a 3D Christmas tree “efficiently and with zero material waste.”
According to Merriam-Webster and Oxford Dictionaries, these were two of the most popular words in the English language.
WordPress users beware: New malware is infecting more than 100,000 sites worldwide.
Virtual reality is now for more than just having a good time: It's a cultural experiment.
Soon, the good old days of having to look down the barrel and aim may be gone.
Materials scientists are always attempting to develop new thermoplastics, polymer materials that can melt and be reformed without degradation, have been particularly focused on studying synthetic materials. But nature may hold the answer this time.
Mark Zuckerberg has officially given the thumbs-down to adding a dislike button to Facebook, effectively putting an end to speculation that users of the social network would be able to express their dislike for their friends’ posts.
new insights into quantum physics may soon offer a solution for credit card fraud and identify theft
NASA and USGS are offering more than $35,000 in prizes to citizen scientists for ideas that make use of climate data to address vulnerabilities faced by the United States in coping with climate change.
For decades, the mantra of electronics has been smaller, faster, cheaper. Today, Stanford engineers add a fourth word - taller.
Facebook has replaced Microsoft’s Bing search engine with a new tool developed in house at the popular social media website.
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