The police force in Dubai is well known to drive around in Bugatti Veyrons, but soon its officers will be cruising at up to 45 mph through the air, over all of the traffic, on their hoverbikes.
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A report from CNN outlines how accounts associated with the Internet Research Agency ran a campaign on Pokemon GO that was apparently aimed at stoking racial tensions amongst US voters.
A team from the University of Lancaster has developed a system which makes it possible to make any object into a remote controller for your television. Even things like a mug or your head.
The consortium will include Ford, be funded by the UK government, and be led by London taxi firm Addison Lee. It will be exploring automated ride-hailing and sharing vehicles for Londoners.
An image of a classic Game Boy was found in a trademark application from Nintendo. This is fueling speculation that the company might be releasing something for Game Boy's 30th anniversary in 2019.
Proofpoint has released a report outlining how hackers managed to create malware-filled fake update-ads for popular Internet browsers that millions of people were exposed to while on PornHub.
A research team from the Imperial College in London has modified a DJI Matrice 100 to be able to shoot magnetized strings so that the drone can perch, stabilize itself, or extend its flight time.
Tesco CEO Dave Lewis kept details of the company's trials quite sparse. He said that if the company implemented a no lines Amazon Go-styled system then it would come to all its customers at once.
The Cinema Screen developed by Samsung will start entertaining moviegoers in Thailand by February 2018. Samsung argues that the image quality offered by its screen is better than any projector.
The father and son team behind the Cubibot wanted to create a 3D printer that was simple to use, affordable, not too big, but still able to make complex things; this is the $150 printer they've made.
UBTECH has released a miniature stormtrooper robot that can identify you through facial recognition, respond to your voice commands, patrol your home, and be played with using an AR equipped app.
To avoid the kind of collisions with civilian vessels that have happened this year, the US Navy has started broadcasting the locations and routes of some of its ships as they pass through busy waters.
Airbus has declared that it is on schedule to test a full-scale version of its electric flying taxi, the CityAirbus, in 2018. The aircraft is intended to relieve traffic congestion in major cities.
The Australian National Transport Commission has released a report discussing what rules to come up with in relation to driverless vehicles, it suggests that drink-driving rules might have to change.
Rather than using your address, the DelivAir system, developed by Cambridge Consultants, can deliver directly to you by using the GPS from your phone. Which means it can deliver almost anywhere.