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Planes can already avoid the ground automatically. Why not let computers take control to avoid a crash?
Independent biohacker group uses light-amplifying substance to see in the dark.
Researcher Randy Olson consulted TripAdvisor to compile a list of the most popular attractions in each city and then crunched the locations through his algorithm. Continue reading →
With various spy gadgets on the retail shelves, surveillance tech isn't just for secret agents anymore.
By examining the wings of birds and bats, researchers from Stanford created a mechanism that could allow future flying robots to easily squeeze between obstacles.
Tiny radios emit signals to help scientists track bee behavior.
RakEM allows users to delete texts on both their device and the text recipient’s device.
A proposed device would create a veil of heated, ionized air to bend shock waves around people, vehicles or other objects.
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