No need for nets The ScanEagle, first flown in 2002 and in service in the military for a decade, is an odd duck. Adapted from a scouting drone used for fisherman, it's not really built for normal take-offs
Star Trek is returning to the small screen. The next film in the long-running sci-fi franchise is due to hit cinemas in summer 2016, but now it has been announced that a new Star Trek TV show will premiere
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Is he a supervillain? Elon Musk has often been compared to Tony Stark. The billionaire entrepreneur is the brains behind SpaceX’s reusable rockets, Tesla’s electric cars, and the solar power provider But
Greetings, human meatbags. The robot evolution is happening. It’s been underway for a while, a slow mechanic whirr in the distance of our awareness. During that time many mis-understandings have formed.
Nostalgia sometimes comes in a thick soup of buzzes, beeps, trills and, of course, wakka-wakkas. That cacophony of sounds paint an audio landscape that any child of the 70s', 80s' or 90s' can pick up an
Death is inevitable in Titan Souls. Playing as a tiny pixel human, players get one arrow and one hit point. If they fire their arrow, they have to retrieve it in order to fire it again. If they get hit