Treexza runs a business that requires the usage of Drone quite frequently, and this was what started her interest in the automatons. Not only her, these drones are also attracting the attention of people from many different fields. Like police, border watch offices are making utilization of this new device for law authorization. Truth be told, the use of drones have been well known with this set for some time. The whole U.S. to Mexico area has been watched by automatons for as long as three years. Presently, outskirt control really needs to arm the automatons. Movement activists will love that thought.
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- MakeX announces the first 3D-printing backpack December 11, 2017In the year 2020, when the Earth is overrun by aliens, it will be mandated by the Galactic Council of Extraterrestrial Life that all children must walk around with 3D-printing backpacks. Why not get a head start with the MakeX Migo backpack that lets you carry your ultra-small 3D printer anywhere you need to go? […]John Biggs
- Some HP laptops are hiding a deactivated keylogger December 11, 2017Researcher Michael Myng found a deactivated keylogger in a piece of software found on over 460 HP laptop models. A full list of affected laptops is here. The keylogger is deactivated by default but could represent a privacy concern if an attacker has physical access to the computer. “Some time ago someone asked me if […]John Biggs
- The 5-year bootstrapped odyssey of Sno-Go, a snow bike for the everyday ski mountain visitor December 9, 2017Skiing has always been something of a nightmare for me. I first “learned” how to ski in middle school, and still to this day don’t really understand how to stop. I once went to a “black diamond” mountain in Minnesota (read: gently sloping Midwest hill) and had to slam myself into the ground before skiing […]Danny Crichton
- Holography-based 3D printing produces objects in seconds instead of hours December 8, 20173D printers are useful devices for all kinds of reasons, but most have a critical weakness: they simply take a long time to actually make anything. That’s because additive manufacturing generally works by putting down an object one microscopic layer at a time. But a new holographic printing technique makes it possible to create the […]Devin Coldewey