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Instead of an expensive, fragile gimbal, the LVL 1 uses a unique rotor configuration.
Modbot uses a common joint to power its different modules.
Scoot Networks lets riders reserve scooters by the hour
Royal Caribbean's Quantum of the Seas has satellite WiFi with speeds that rival land-based counterparts
Apple fans expressed a preference for the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus over the 4.7-inch iPhone 6
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Short of being submerged, the speakers can handle a dousing and still crank out the music over Bluetooth.
Whistle offers accurate tracking and fast charging, but it has durability issues.
The option is in the phone's accessibility menu
From a desk in downtown Chicago, United dispatchers can talk to pilots anywhere in the world
The Hamsa Touch project converts images from a screen into electrical impulses, helping users with impaired vision feel what's on a screen.
PaperDude VR combines modern technology to immerse gamers in that 1980s video game stalwart Paperboy.
The gestures are designed to replace some more advanced keyboard shortcuts.
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