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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.

Canada's Got This

Canada's Got This esr Everything is well my son?And thereis sign of any Talibans yet here?

6 awesome deals for smart devices that automate, control, and protect your home

6 awesome deals for smart devices that automate, control, and protect your home As new smart home devices appear, the best deals aren’t based just on cost, but on choosing products from trusted brands with functions you’ll actually use in your home.The smart home device market is filled with thermostats, cameras, door locks, lights, appliance interfaces, control hubs, and more.

Blackmagic Design announces new, lower-cost DaVinci Resolve control panels

Blackmagic Design announces new, lower-cost DaVinci Resolve control panels While Blackmagic Design has offered a free version of DaVinci Resolve for some time, only the highest-end users had access to a bespoke hardware interface — the $30,000 Advanced Panel.Now, Blackmagic Design is bringing the best parts of the Advanced Panel to a broader range of users with the Micro and Mini control panels.

Help automate your smart home with the $70 Wink Relay Control Panel

Help automate your smart home with the $70 Wink Relay Control Panel When you start racking up smart home devices, it can be a hassle to control each through individual control panels.Instead, opt for a command station that allows you to access all your smart home devices from one place such as the Wink Relay Smart Home Touchscreen Control Panel currently marked down to only $70 on Amazon.

Fotodiox keeps its cool with PopSpot, a tiny Fresnel light that doesn’t get hot

Fotodiox keeps its cool with PopSpot, a tiny Fresnel light that doesn’t get hot Frensel continuous lights allow photographers and videographers to control how the light falls, but they tend to be bulky and most run hot.Lighting and accessory company Fotodiox Pro, however, is reimagining the Fresnel with an LED the size of a soda can that runs cool.

Daily News: Mar-9-2017

Daily News: Mar-9-2017 Your ability to make a split-second decision could be powered by dopamine, researchers have discovered.Their discovery could help people who have problems controlling their movements, including those suffering from Parkinson's disease and obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD).

Modern web inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee speaks out about its biggest challenges

Modern web inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee speaks out about its biggest challenges On March 12, the World Wide Web celebrated its 28th birthday — or, more accurately, the 28th anniversary of a proposal for the project that was submitted by its creator, Sir Tim Berners-Lee.To mark the occasion, Berners-Lee published a message outlining what he views as the three biggest challenges that the web faces today.

All dressed up and ready to ride: Touring motorcycles for long hauls in comfort

All dressed up and ready to ride: Touring motorcycles for long hauls in comfort Long rides call for touring bikes with sufficient weight, wheelbase, suspension, and seating to keep you stable and comfortable.These are the 10 best motorcycle helmets for 2017 We checked out major motorcycle companies that sell touring bikes in the U.

Speednite is a head-motion-controlled lighting stem for your nighttime biking safety

Speednite is a head-motion-controlled lighting stem for your nighttime biking safety Meet Speednite, a head-motion-controlled lighting stem for your bicycle, so you can pedal about after dark with a bit more peace of mind.As Speednite points out on its Kickstarter page, many biking accidents are related to poor or inadequate bicycle lighting devices, a problem that is particularly concerning at night.

Researchers figured out how to hack your phone using only sound waves

Researchers figured out how to hack your phone using only sound waves Apparently, it’s by using sound waves.On the contrary, the hackers simply used a $5 speaker, which was able to blast as many as 20 different accelerometers from five different manufacturers with sound waves.