Project Wing: Google's Secret Program For Delivery Drones Is Being Tested In Australia

How’s this for sneaky? It’s being reported that Google’s clandestine Google X team has spent the last two years working on a secret drone program. More than a silly stunt like the teaser Amazon pushed out earlier this year, Google appears to be serious about delivery in the air — getting products from the warehouse to their destination in about two minutes.


iWatch Rumour Roundup: Everything We Think We Know

If it feels like the promise of an Apple smartwatch has been looming forever, that’s because it has. And its shadow helped birth the army of other smartwatches that we have today. But now, finally, the near mythical iWatch is rumoured to arrive very soon. Here’s what we think we know.


These Sun-Tracking Devices Pipe Real Sunlight Into Shadowy Buildings

It’s a necessary evil of designing in cities: Only the tallest or most perfectly situated buildings get much sunlight. A company called Sun Central thinks it has a solution — in the form of an autonomous sun-tracking mechanism that sucks up sunlight and pipes it into dark buildings.


Pandora Now Available For Google Glass. Don't Thumbs-Down Your Eyeball.

Of all the things that you might want to do with Google Glass, music listening might not have been high on your list. Pandora’s at least having a go, releasing a Glass App for its radio service this week.


10 Incredibly Dangerous Banned Toys

They say that it’s all fun and games until somebody loses an eye. Technically, the same applies to skull fractures, poisoning and third-degree burns. Throughout history, toy makers have designed some truly brutal products (lawn darts, anyone?). But with modern-day lawsuits, you’d think we would have curbed that problem. Yet, in their fervour to create the next Slinky, Etch A Sketch or Tickle Me Elmo, toy manufacturers continue to put dangerous product designs on the market.


Watch Out Moto 360, LG's Gorgeous Android Wear Watch Is Coming

Motorola’s 360 was the first beautiful round Android Wear, but it’s certainly not the last. LG is bringing one to the table as well, the LG G Watch R. Not to be outdone, LG’s second Android Wear outing has a few fancy special features of its own: No “flat tire” on its screen and a ring of ticks etched around the outside.


Samsung Gear S: Finally(?) A Smartwatch That Can Make Phone Calls

Yes, the rumours are true: Samsung just announced a smartwatch with a data connection. The Samsung Gear S can make phone calls. Because why the hell not?


Toshiba's New Robovac Uses Three Times The Sensors For Less Collisions

With countless new models released every year, the robovac arms race seems happy to ignore features like battery life, storage capacity, and even price. What’s most important these days is how intelligently an autonomous vacuum can navigate its surroundings, so Toshiba’s crammed some 27 sensors into its new Torneo Robo, so it always knows what needs cleaning and what obstacles to avoid.


Vapshot Mini Review: Vaping Alcohol Is One Hell Of A Fun Gimmick

Like many warm-blooded humans, I like to drink. It’s a fun activity that just never seems to lose its appeal. But if you are finding that drinking booze has last its appeal for you, there is a solution: Don’t drink your alcohol. Inhale it!


Samsung's Triple-Headed Micro USB Cable Charges Three Gadgets At Once

It’s not uncommon to leave the house with a bag full of gadgets that will probably need a charge at some point during the day. So you can either bring an assortment of cables with you, let your devices all fight over a single charger, or wait until Samsung’s new three-headed micro USB charging cable is finally available.


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