America, Regulate Drones Now or Get Left Behind

Drones are a big business and getting bigger, a reality that comes with both economic opportunities and risks. The UAV market is set to jump from $5.2 billion in 2013 to $11.6 billion in 2023. Opportunities for delivery services, cinematography, and even flying cell towers could introduce thousands of jobs and …

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Our 10 Favorite VR Moments at GDC (In No Particular Order)

VR Sports distills a few different sports down to their essential moments—baseball, hockey, basketball—but it’s the football portion that made us fans. Hold your hands out to receive a snap, then dart your head around the field looking for an open receiver (they’ll be marked in green). Throw the ball …

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Review: FujiFilm X-Pro2

It’s been barely five years since FujiFilm plunged into the consumer camera market with the fixed-lens X100, and a mere four years since the company’s flagship X-Pro1 hit the market. Both of those cameras are excellent and earned top marks, but FujiFilm’s achievement is even more notable when you look …

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Hack Brief: No Need to Freak Out Over That Chinese iPhone Malware

The security track record of Apple’s locked-down mobile operating system has been so spotless that any hairline fracture in its protections makes headlines. So when security researchers revealed that a new flavor of malware known as AceDeceiver had found its way onto as many as 6.6 million Chinese iPhones, the news was …

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Everything We’re Pretty Sure Has Happened in Divergent So Far

This weekend, the latest installment of the Divergent series hits theaters. This is a huge, big-bucks franchise featuring many, many big-name stars carrying many, many weapons and traipsing around many, many white buildings. And we were about to give you a refresher of the first two movies until we realized …

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