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Want to Try Augmented Reality? This Is the Hardware You Need

[ad_1] Photo: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images If you are an American adult, then it’s statistically probable that you already own an augmented-reality device. You may well be looking at it right now, in fact. According to a recent survey conducted by Walker Sands Communications, nearly 80 percent of …

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Boeing’s Flying Car Has Taken Off

[ad_1] The Chicago-based plane maker and arch rival Airbus SE are among a slew of companies racing to stake a claim on flying cars and parcel-hauling drones, which have the potential to be the next disruption to sweep the aerospace industry. Boeing’s push was boosted by a 2017 acquisition of …

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Coherent Market Insights – Crypto News Today

[ad_1] First Person View (FPV) racing which is also called drone racing, consists of custom-built quadcopters with front faced camera mounted or inbuilt into them with high-speed electric motor for racing purposes. Furthermore, the pilot controls the drone with a remote control while portraying the vision of camera mounted on …

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Boeing’s flying car completes first test flight

[ad_1] A Boeing flying car designed to whisk passengers over congested city streets and dodge skyscrapers completed its first test flight on Tuesday, offering a peek into the future of urban transportation the aerospace giant and others are seeking to reshape. A prototype of its autonomous passenger air vehicle completed …

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Workhorse Group (WKHS) and Ferrari (RACE) Financial Analysis

[ad_1] Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) and Workhorse Group (NASDAQ:WKHS) are both auto/tires/trucks companies, but which is the superior stock? We will compare the two companies based on the strength of their earnings, risk, institutional ownership, valuation, analyst recommendations, dividends and profitability. Earnings & Valuation This table compares Ferrari and Workhorse Group’s gross …

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Drones spotted at Leicester racecourse – Nine Wide World of Sports

[ad_1] Officials at Leicester have voiced their frustration with the subject of drones on racecourses again in focus. It is believed images from drones are being used to give in-running punters an unfair advantage on betting exchanges as the streamed pictures may be a few seconds ahead of TV channels. …

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Inside Vulcan, a New Model for Solving Some of the World’s Biggest Problems — Inside Philanthropy

[ad_1] A few years after Paul Allen left Microsoft in 1982, he and his sister Jody created a private company, Vulcan Inc., that would come to manage a wide range of their projects. By the time Allen died last fall at the age of 65, with a fortune estimated at …

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Drone threat: jockey Scudamore says devices at tracks pose danger to helicopters | Horse Racing News

[ad_1] The drone operator with the device spotted over Leicester racecourse on Tuesday Jockey Tom Scudamore warned on Tuesday the recent incidents of drones operating above racecourses is posing a serious threat to people arriving at the track by helicopter after another of the devices was sighted at Leicester on …

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Boy racers slapped with £6,000 fine after illegal car cruise

[ad_1] A pair of boy racers have been slapped with fines totalling more than £6,000 after they took part in an illegal car cruise – breaking a High Court injunction that has already snared 40 reckless drivers. Jordan Evans, of Lakeside Close, Willenhall, and Jack Buchanan, of Harthill Road, Wolverhampton, …

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Reviewing Ferrari (RACE) & Workhorse Group (WKHS)

[ad_1] Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) and Workhorse Group (NASDAQ:WKHS) are both auto/tires/trucks companies, but which is the superior investment? We will compare the two businesses based on the strength of their risk, valuation, analyst recommendations, profitability, earnings, dividends and institutional ownership. Analyst Recommendations This is a summary of current ratings for Ferrari …

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2019 Bay of Islands Sailing Week

[ad_1] Practice is important. It means you get to iron out all the crinkles, sort any issues, and fix that winch that decided to blow up ahead of what is a very serious, yet awesomely fun few days of racing. We headed out to snap those who were out training …

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Hobbyist View: FAA’s First Take on New Drone Regulations, and Strict New Rules in Canada

[ad_1] U.S. enthusiast community watches closely as the Feds begin to propose new rules. The following is a guest post from John Saginario: FPV flyer, writer and host of the Wild Flyers podcast. As the partial government continues in the U.S. with no immediate end in sight, it appears the …

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