It sounds like sorcery, but electricians already use tools with similar technology so they can quickly assess if a wire is carrying power.
“Collaborative Unmanned Aerial Vehicle For an Inventory System” consists of a “buoyant airbag,” several propellers for lift and directional movement, and a “retention feature,” otherwise known as a big ol’ claw.
The upcoming Project Rush merges parts of Premiere, After Effects, and Audition into an all-in-one video app that lets producers master videos right from a mobile device.
Rather than eliminating only sexually-suggestive ASMR videos, as China’s anti-porn task force seemingly called for, the video services got rid of them all.
"Where hiding technologies can fail us is when they overpromise, and we rely on them in a way that is to our detriment.”
Congratulations Apple, you’ve made tech fun again, even if it’s only for a hot second.
If you’ve been waiting to get pretty much all of Marvel’s superheroes back under one moviemaking roof, that seems like it could finally be happening again.
Hey, Google, why is Amazon Prime Video so crap on your software?
Perhaps these apps will someday be in a usable-enough state that you can help physicists do some really cool science.
Eight at first, up to a total of 54.
I hope you’re ready for some awkward teenage black holes.
Encourages headteachers to do it, rather than promise an all-out legal ban.
Google is promising more details later this summer.
Hang on, we have factories producing CO2 on purpose?
Danger (Bake) Well Robinson!
According to Variety, five series are currently in early development.