The holiday season is kicking off, but we could get our first glimpse into next year's big tech trend in January. Smart watches may be the hot topic of 2014, but smart clothing could steal its thunder by next year.
Despite the fact that drone flights are banned within five miles of U.S. airports, an alarming number of sightings have been reported by pilots in the last six months, with some coming perilously close to aircraft.
A waffle iron that knocks out the popular snack in the shape of a computer keyboard has just landed on Kickstarter, offering waffle-loving tech geeks the chance to enjoy quite possibly the breakfast of their dreams.
GoPro is reportedly designing its own range of drones incorporating its HD video cameras, with a launch set for next year. The move comes as major quadcopter makers switch from bundling GoPro cameras with their flying machines to using their own cameras.
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In a bid to steer clear of FAA drone-flying restrictions, as well as inclement weather conditions, a college in Ohio is building a $5 million drone arena for students on UAV- and aviation-related programs.
The Seatylock is, simply put, a bicycle saddle that can be detached and used as a lock in about 30 seconds. When it’s separated from the bike, the Seatylock extends to turn into a multi-jointed, one-meter (about 3.3 feet) long hardened steel bike lock.