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Police are investigating sightings of several drones above the French capital over the past two nights. While their appearance is puzzling – and concerning for security reasons – such craft could become a regular sight in Europe's future.
Will 3D Robotics and DJI turn this highflying hobby into mass market toys, or will drones remain a DIY affair?
Apple has a knack for creating brand loyalty among its customers, but would that extend to its newest venture into the automotive industry?
A new ride-sharing service is opening up the skies for passengers who can afford to fly over the traffic on their way to the airport in New York. Is this a game-changer in urban transportation?
People protest in Hong Kong on Oct. 11 against what they say is the abuse of pro-democracy protesters by Hong Kong police.
Google Glass gets a second chance at being the future of wearable tech that many hoped it would be.
A research group at the National University of Singapore announced that it is producing a skin-based electricity generator that would derive energy from muscle movements.
The company has announced the release of some much-anticipated updates. Could these help improve user growth and get people more engaged in the social network?
Pond5 announced today its Public Domain Project, where 80,000 media clips are organized and available to the public, royalty-free. The initial collection includes 10,000 video clips, 65,000 photos, thousands of sound recordings, and hundreds of 3D models.
Facebook plans to increase its number of employees by 14 percent in the first quarter of 2015. The hires suggest that Facebook is looking into some unusual technologies.
A security researcher has developed an inexpensive device that, while masquerading as a mere USB wall charger, can monitor keystrokes on nearby wireless Microsoft keyboards
Will drones be replacing reporters anytime soon? No. But the possibilities – and problems – are worth the hype.
Switzerland's ETH Zurich teamed up with Disney Research to make art in the sand.
A new nanowire-coated fabric that helps the body retain heat is in development at Stanford University. Could heating homes become a thing of the past?
Google’s new updates to its translation app is the latest in efforts to make sci-fi translators a reality.
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