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Dubai’s New Police Hoverboards

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The flying motorbike is back in Dubai — and you could see the police riding one in the not-too-distant future.   A year after California-based startup Hoversurf showcased its hoverbike at tech expo GITEX in the white and green livery of the Dubai Police, the company has returned with a new model and evidence its electric vertical […]Continue reading «Dubai’s New Police Hoverboards»

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Self-Driving School Bus Halted in Florida

French-based transport firm Transdev has been ordered to stop an “unlawful” test of a driverless school bus in Florida by US regulators. The regulator said the firm had not been authorized to transport schoolchildren in Florida and said the test was “irresponsible” and “inappropriate”. Transdev said it would stop the test a week early.   […]Continue reading «Self-Driving School Bus Halted in Florida»

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Blender and 3D Printing in the Modern World.

By: Zachary Vacha   Blender is a software program released in 1998 with the goal of letting users create their own 3D models, environments, characters etc. Blender has gone through many evolutions over the years and will continue as computers increase in power and utility. One new utility that computers have applied their power to […]Continue reading «Blender and 3D Printing in the Modern World.»

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Checking Ages for Games via Facial Recognition

By: Joseph Sanford   One of China’s most popular video games is testing the use of facial recognition to check users’ ages.   Honor of Kings’ publisher Tencent announced the move at the weekend. It said the trial would initially be limited to “thousands” of new players based in Beijing and Shenzhen. The title has been […]Continue reading «Checking Ages for Games via Facial Recognition»

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Amazon to Open ‘Four-Star’ Store in New York

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By: Joseph Sanford   Recently Amazon decided to open its own brick and mortar store in New York. This may seem odd for a company that revolutionized the concept of ordering items online, but this store has a special twist. The store is only going to stock items that have a four-star rating or higher. […]Continue reading «Amazon to Open ‘Four-Star’ Store in New York»

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