Archive for January, 2013

senseFly set to release eBee industrial UAV

senseFly set to release eBee industrial UAV

Three years ago, Swiss sensor manufacturer senseFly released its Swinglet CAM unmanned aerial vehicle. Priced around US$10,600, the little aircraft can follow a pre-programmed flight path or be piloted by remote control, and uses its built-in 12-megapixel camera to create aerial maps, or keep tabs on things like wildlife, crops…

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nCycle concept bike is smart, foldable, secure

nCycle concept bike is smart, foldable, secure

Despite being around for over a century, bicycles are ideally suited to meet today’s urban transport needs – even if issues remain in the form of theft-prevention, storage, and safety. nCycle boasts several innovations, including a smartphone dock and integrated holographic display, an easy folding mechanism for more convenient carrying…

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Unique X House offers views to die for

Unique X House offers views to die for

Different people have different sets of desires for the houses they live in. For some it’s all about location, being close to the things that matter to them. For others it’s the building itself, whether it be a period property or a modern build with minimalist features. For others still,…

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Is Dell looking to kill PCs with “Project Ophelia”?

Is Dell looking to kill PCs with “Project Ophelia”?

Dell is reportedly investigating a move to take the company private in a leveraged buy-out to clear the decks for a radical repositioning of the company. And according to a report from Atlantic Media’s Quartz, that includes relaunching Dell’s desktop and mobile business around a brand-new product: a computing device…

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