There were toy drones to battle with, plenty for shooting aerial photos and a video and even one that you might some day be able to fly inside of. Here's your peek at what's going to be flying around year.
Campaign aims to restore its Free Basics plan for ‘unconnected billion’ The green light on Pushpa Kaushik’s modem hasn’t come on for the past three months. When she first got internet access in her home
Car manufacturers flooded the program with current and future technology, all pointing to an automotive industry transformed by new ideas, from cars that will drive themselves to cars that run on electricity
1. Donald Trump's first TV ad airs Monday. It tackles subjects including ISIS and his idea to build a wall on the southern border of the US, which he wants Mexico to pay for. 2. A $5,000 bracelet that
Toyota has announced that it's officially adopting SmartDeviceLink (SDL) for its next-generation in-car electronics, six-odd months since first announcing it was taking a look the platform. SmartDeviceLink
As also reported on by The Verge and TechCrunch, new compatible vehicles with the company's Sync 3 infotainment hardware will get the OS's this year. This includes the 2017 Escape, which will go on sale
Thing 1 https://amp.flipboard.com/@ROLEX/rolex-dsmkspad9il31ku3/the-making-of-a-legend/f-9d15310c61/flipboard.com THE MAKING OF A LEGEND In 1953, Rolex created the Submariner, perfecting the waterproof
A combo of electric, hydrogen and gas hybrid vehicles will lead the way. We're fortunate that most auto companies are embracing an alternate energy future, with all manner of electric cars hitting the