If the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) allows it, Amazon will launch a new service in 2015: Amazon Prime Air.
They'll use drones that are able to carry packages up to 5 pounds (2,2 kg), which is 86% of Amazon's deliveries.
It's a two-seater helicopter than can also be remote controlled
Well, they have released a new one that shows more about this technology.
They're starting a fundraising campaign via Indiegogo.
"T8 is a wirelessly controlled bio-inspired octopod robot made with high resolution 3D printed parts"
8 generations of iPhones are being compared here: from the new released 5S to the now very old 2G.
After some scanning time though, so not really 1 second but still impressive
Fyi: cleaning with light is a technology used for industrial cleaning and coating removal. In this video they're removing rubber residue. And this is 1000W laser cleaning.
Too bad that, for so many reasons, it’s never gonna happen…
School plays are memorable events in the lives of your kids and here is nothing more frustrating that not being able to take a decent photo of them while they are performing on stage. With the Nokia Lumia 1020, 41 megapixel camera, thankfully this is a problem of the past!
At least, it’s possible with electronically controlled vehicles. If you have a regular car, you’re safe!
This is from the University of Pennsylvania