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As Hyperloop progress glides forward, here’s what you need to know

As Hyperloop progress glides forward, here’s what you need to know The Hyperloop tubes would have solar panels installed on the roof, allowing for a clean and self-powering system.The tubes would be mounted on a series of pylons spread along the route, each pylon placed every 100 feet or so.

Prime Air delivery drone buzzes into Amazon’s Super Bowl ad

Prime Air delivery drone buzzes into Amazon’s Super Bowl ad Next to him, a woman, looking a little put off by his boorish behavior, asks Alexa to “reorder Doritos from Prime Air.” “OK, look for delivery soon,” Alexa says, her response teasing Amazon shoppers with the prospect of an imminent launch of its Prime Air drone.

Philips Hue smart light bulbs can warn you about bad air quality

Philips Hue smart light bulbs can warn you about bad air quality In heavily congested cities, air quality can be a big concern.Wouldn’t it be convenient if you already knew the air quality without having to research it?

25 impressive cases and covers for iPad Air 2 and iPad Air

25 impressive cases and covers for iPad Air 2 and iPad Air OtterBox Defender Series Case ($60) Trusty three-layer protection ensures that your iPad Air 2 can take a tumble or a knock and keep right on going.You also get a shield layer that clips over the front when you’re not using the iPad, and it doubles as a stand, so you can prop your iPad Air 2 at a comfortable angle for watching movies or typing.

Compilation of the media's "Doublethink"

Compilation of the media's "Doublethink" gfl The Huffington Past.theory.

No need to plug it in, plug it in: The Airy air purifier uses no electricity

No need to plug it in, plug it in: The Airy air purifier uses no electricity In addition to sprucing up your home, some studies have found that plants can improve indoor air quality.First introduced on Kickstarter back in 2015, the Airy system is a plant pot that also serves as an air purifier.

NASA, FAA to test air traffic control tech aiming to land flights faster

NASA, FAA to test air traffic control tech aiming to land flights faster The flights testing the plane-guiding technology is one leg of the $35-billion NextGen national aviation revamp underway, according to Wired.The current air traffic control system talks pilots through the landing process while using radar data.