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NoFlyZone.org, a free service backed by 7 drone companies, aims to offer people a method to control the airspace above their property.
The spherical Gimball, which rolls along walls and bounces off obstacles, mimics the ability of insects to crash into objects and keep flying.
Big Brother has been watching you ever since you got a smartphone or a smart meter.
Italian-born experimental composer makes a living inventing sounds in the most unusual ways.
The smartphone attachment will test people's blood for the diseases, and researchers expect the dongle to cost $34.
A good folding keyboard could make your smartphone or tablet as useful as a desktop computer. Is this it?
Americans will spend an average of $123 a month on cable TV subscriptions this year. That's nuts! You don't have to.
The concept shoe is reminiscent of the electronic-laced shoes from the 'Back to the Future' movies.
The LED lighting revolution has really just begun.
Drones may disturb nature, but they can also help with conservation efforts.
Paris can be pretty unfriendly to tourists, but SmarterParis is a friendly new app that can make it easier.
Richard Branson announces plan to launch a massive 'satellite constellation' and deliver high-speed Internet access to billions.
Recycling or donating your old iPhone is sensible. But these projects are much more fun.
Having long sat on the sidelines of the smart bulb brouhaha, the LED manufacturer jumps in with a $15 contender.
From angry birds to blatant human error, here are some of the numerous ways aerial drones are crashing back to Earth.
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