Falcon Heavy will have twice as much thrust as any other rocket, if you ask Elon Musk. If you thought SpaceX was already making a fuss over the capabilities of both its existing Falcon 9 rocket and the
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Steer clear On Monday, the FAA is going down to North Carolina to see if drones can learn to avoid obstacles. The tests will take place at Butner, about 200 miles away from where the Wright Brothers first
It's an obscure provision of a relatively obscure law, overseen, rather unpredictably, by the Librarian of Congress. A section in the country's copyright law known as the Digital Millennium Copyright prohibits
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Lowest Cost Raspberry Pi Microcomputer Now On Sale In The U.S. — $25 Model A Suited For Battery/Solar Powered Projects
The Raspberry Pi microcomputer prides itself on being affordable, with its tiny $35 price-tag for the original Model B Pi. But now its lowest cost board — the $25 Model A — has gone on sale in the U.S.
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The last few years have presented an unprecedented shift in the computing world as PCs are being replaced with mobile devices. But now that a large portion of the market has already shifted, what comes