Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) manufacturer DJI has filed a patent infringement suit against competitor Yuneec, citing at least two examples patent infringement. The Chinese manufacturer has taken its case to the California District Court.
Scientists at Columbia University's Cool Worlds Lab say it's possible to cloak Earth by using lasers. The two say it would allow Earth to stay out of the line of sight from alien onlookers by filling in dips in star brightness.
Genetically modified flies dropped by drone could solve Ethiopia's tsetse fly problem, transparent wood is the material of the future, and a new planet could be lurking somewhere in our solar system, but we can't even see it.
With the threat of rising sea levels, an increasing number of people are being forced to either leave their homes or deal with the flooding. But what if a house didn't even touch the ground? One architect imagines a floating house.
Gmail's annual April Fools' Day prank backfired when a joke Send + Drop Mic email button sent spinning minion images to all recipients. The company issued an apologetic update on the Official Gmail Blog.
Dell's Precision Tower 5810, 7810, and 7910 workstations and its Rack 7910 will begin offering VR-ready configurations on April 5. This includes new Intel Broadwell EP processors and the latest professional GPUs from AMD and Nvidia.
It's that time of year again, where we all need to be wary of what we see, hear, and read. Because it may not be all it seems. That's right, it's April Fools' Day, and here are the best jokes we've found so far.
Ethiopian officials are about to deploy a drone that will unleash a hellfire of flies upon select parts of the country. This concept isn't some twisted attack, but instead, is a radical, life-saving plan for the country's…
Acer has injected a projector into its Predator product line, the Z850. It's capable of up to a 1,920 x 1,200 resolution at 120 inches from as little as 18.5 inches away. This projector is easy to carry and setup, but costs $5,000.
A new transparent wood material developed in Stockholm could be used in buildings, solar cells, and more. The wood veneer is chemically engineered to let light through, and is an affordable and sustainable way to double down on exterior…