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  1. Dubai aims to launch hover-taxi by July

    Dubai has tested a Chinese prototype of a self-driving hover-taxi, its transport authority said on Monday, with the aim of introducing the aerial vehicle in the emirate by July. The test of the...

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In the future, many companies will rely on drones to make deliveries. In fact, 7-Eleven and Flirtey have pulled it off already. The company has announced that it has completed “the first fully autonomous drone delivery to a customer’s residence.”...
Capture stunning 4K footage in extreme settings using this GoPro HERO4 Black action camera, which features a standard waterproof housing for recording in up to 131' of water. Burst mode lets you snap 12.0MP photos at 30 fps. High-definition video...
The Tesla Model S not only looks good, it drives exceedingly well while running with electric efficiency, but we would like to see more of the driver-assistance features found on comparably priced cars. An unearthly amount of grip held the car...

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  1. Panther Drone Delivers Package by Air and Land

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    A four-wheeled drone’s first aerial package delivery test showed off a special touch by also driving up to the doorstep of its pretend customer. That capability to deliver by both air and land makes the Panther drone an unusual competitor in the crowded drone delivery space. But the drone’s...
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  2. Why Google's next big thing could be a warp-speed supercomputer

    (CNN)-- It depends on mind-bending physics and ultra-cold temperatures but quantum computing could bring about a new era in processing power that promises to revolutionize everything from artificial intelligence to high finance. Google's Quantum Artificial Intelligence team has been working...
  3. An IBM Patent on Midair Handoffs for Delivery Drones

    Amazon and Google’s dreams of delivery drones dropping off packages or pizza still face the problem of short delivery ranges. Most drones have limited battery life that restricts their services to less than a 10-mile delivery radius. A recently-approved IBM patent offers an unusual way to extend...
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