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Apple’s Music Memo Is A Recorder App Just For Musicians
Writing music, like writing anything else, is a process. Where full studio recording sessions are like meticulously edited novels, smartphone recordings are more akin to rough sketches, a quick and easy way to capture your melodic musings. On iPhone, Memos was the default first-party option for capturing audio — music or otherwise. Now Apple is launching Music Memos, full with features specifically geared toward the music-minded.
The US Air Force Can’t Figure Out How To Stop Its Drones From Falling Out Of The Sky
The US Air Force already has a drone-pilot shortage, but that’s not the only problem with its fleet of unmanned aircraft: Its drones keep falling out of the sky. The Washington Post obtained accident investigation documents that reveal the extent of the Air Force’s drone woes. The Reaper, which is the favoured drone for airstrikes, sounds like a lemon.
CARS The Biggest Hurdles For Hyperloop Are Still Land Rights And Bureaucracy, Not Tech
Yesterday Hyperloop Transportation Technologies filed a permit to build a 8km prototype in Quay Valley — a utopian, eco-friendly community planned for Central California. And while we’re rooting for them to succeed with their test track, it still doesn’t change the Hyperloop’s largest challenges.