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DJI's Inspire One Drone Is Proof Positive That Big Things Come In Small Packages

If you know anything about the world of consumer drones, then you'll know that DJI's a pretty big name. They're responsible for the development of the Phantom, known to be one of the best drones on the market. Earlier this week, they topped it. Ladies and gentlemen, say hello to the Inspire One.

What Do You Get When You Cross Paintball With Giant Robots? The Best Sport Ever Conceived

Paintball's a pretty awesome sport...but you know what would make it better? Giant robots. There's a company looking to make that a reality - check it out!

New Research Says That If You're Shy, You'll Make More Friends In Online Games

If you're the sort of person who's a little insecure - or simply someone with a tendency to keep to themselves in the real world - then you've probably got significantly more online. See, according to recent research, there's a positive link between shyness and friends online.

Obese Crash Test Dummies Are A Bigger, Better Reflection Of Society

Drivers may be getting bigger but that additional padding around the waistline isn't helping them survive an auto accident – just the opposite, in fact. The alarming stats have spurred Humanetics, the world's leading producer of crash test dummies, to develop a new range of obese models.

The Synapse Dress: High Tech Couture That Reveals Emotions

Check ou this 3-D printed dress whose sensors reveal what the wearer is really thinking. Forget about trade and other types of secrets. Read on for more information on this amazing wearable tech fashion innovation.

Ambulance Drone Could Boost Cardiac Arrest Survival Rate From 8% To 80%

An unmanned, autonomously navigating ambulance drone developed by a Dutch graduate student could someday be the first responder to countless instances of cardiac arrest, saving untold lives in the process.

FITGuard Mouthpiece Detects Hits That Could Cause Concussions

A new mouthguard will soon be on the market and it’s one that parents and athletes alike will be biting on for a long time. You see, Force Impact Technologies who are based out of Los Angeles, CA, and Phoenix, AZ, are set to launch FITGuard, a new mouthguard that alerts trainers and coaches on the sidelines of serious damaging hits that may cause concussions.

On Tsu, What Comes First, The Family Or The Network?

 A lot has been leveled at the new social network Tsu that dared to disrupt the current social networking status quo - with a platform that actually pays its members for their content. Critics abound, but as the old saying reminds us: “there is only one way to avoid criticism: do nothing, say nothing, and be nothing.”

China's New Mars Rover: Red & (Almost) Ready To Roll

Red rover red rover can China come over? A vermilion red, six-wheeled vehicle that just might be China's new Mars Rover took center stage recently at the 16th China International Industry Fair in Shanghai. The as-yet unnamed robotic rover could play a huge role in the next, unmanned stage of China's ambitious Mars exploration program.

Innovative Robotic Fabric Transforms Garments Into Automatons

Robotic fabrics mark an entirely new dimension in wearable technology. Developed by a professor of engineering at Purdue University, this may be the beginning  of a new era when clothing has a life of its own. Read on for more on this amazing innovation.

Innovative Wearable Tech: Tinkerbelle Inspires Light-Up Dress

Is wearable tech beautiful or clunky? Boxy designs seem to dominate the field, or at least they have until now. Read on to learn more about designer, Richard Nicholl's Tinkerbelle-inspired dress made of fiber-optic fabric triggered with LEDs hidden within its folds.

China's First Erectile Dysfunction Medicine Puts ED Sufferers In The Pink

Chinese men suffering from erectile dysfunction don't have to get the blues now that Jin'ge, the nation's first ED medication, has hit the market in the form of little pink pills.

Game On: Speedflex Helmet Sensors Help Detect Concussions

It’s the fall and football across America and Canada is in full swing. From high school, to college, to the pros, there is no shortage of action packed games.

Football has become a unique tradition, part of our culture in every sense as it is exciting, strategic, and downright physical. And yes, every hometown team has a rival and ‘scores of sorts’ are always settled on the field on game day.

Toyota FCV Hits The Track At The 2014 Japanese Rally Championship

Don't let the rally stripes fool you, this otherwise race-ready Toyota FCV won't actually be competing at the 2014 Japanese Rally Championship. Instead, the highly anticipated fuel cell vehicle has been limited to checking out the course as a road safety service “zero car”.

2015 Cadillac SRX To Be Made In China With Smaller Engines & Lower Pricing

A “Made In China” sticker on my new Cadillac SRX? It's more likely than you think, or at least it will be in 2015 when the Shanghai-GM joint venture company begins manufacturing the popular luxury mid-size crossover SUV in a brand new factory outside Shanghai.