Researchers Fly A Drone Using The Force, And An Apple Watch
The team at Taiwanese tech research firm PVD+ have created an Apple Watch app that allows the user to control a drone with arm movements, turning any pilot into a Jedi.
Called "Dong" (please try not to laugh), the software allows control of more than just this drone, as the team have tuned it to work with lights and a BB-8 lookalike robot. Reuters caught the drone in action, which you can see in this video.
A social life? What’s one of those? All I see is Prime Day deals…
Noticed that everybody is looking old all of a sudden? Here’s why the Russian-developed FaceApp could be a risk to your privacy…
Defying all expectations, this is a brilliant pro controller at a decent price.
E3 2019 has come and gone, leaving me with three important lessons.
Sony have just dropped some insane PlayStation Days Of Play deals!
E3 2019 is just around the corner - here are my big predictions for the show.
Google’s algorithmic search results are left to remain a largely impartial public service, but search for “CTR Calculator” and a pretty offensive result appears that seriously needs to go.
Google’s Pixel 3a is here! The “a” stands for “amazingly jaw-dropping contract deals.”
It may not be easy to see it right now, but the future will be better than you fear.
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