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Biologists switch on gene, extend flies' lives 30 percent

UCLA biologists may have just found a "fountain of youth" gene. In fruit flies, at least.

By 12 September 2014

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Tiny robot learns to fly a real plane

A doll-sized humanoid robot has learned how to use a cockpit simulator to fly a light aircraft designed for humans.

By 23 September 2014

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Flying lampshades: Cirque du Soleil plays with drones

In a new video, the billion-dollar entertainment giant shows what it can do with a few quadcopters, and a lot of imagination.

By 23 September 2014

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Last chance to snag flying pocket camera on Indiegogo

A small flying camera controlled by your smartphone is finishing up its run on Indiegogo, but the information about it is a little lightweight.

By 17 September 2014

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Hyperlapse shoots time-lapse video on the fly (pictures)

Instagram's new video app records time-lapse videos from your iPhone.

7 Images By 13 September 2014

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NASA flying first zero-gravity 3D printer into space

Printers in space! Astronauts on the space station may not have to wait for the next resupply mission if they can print out needed parts right onboard.

By 4 September 2014

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See what it's like to fly through an aurora in orbit

It looks like something from a '90s screensaver, but it's footage of the International Space Station flying through the northern (or maybe southern?) lights.

By 26 August 2014

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Fly down halls, climb walls with Parrot's Rolling Spider (pictures)

Parrot's MiniDrone Rolling Spider is a smartphone-controlled quadcopter that can fly and flip with ease. It can even roll up walls and creep across ceilings.

10 Images By 20 August 2014

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Flying high with the dual-camera HTC Butterfly 2 (pictures)

HTC's latest smartphone melds its dual-camera system with a high-resolution 13-megapixel shooter. We went hands-on at its launch in Japan.

10 Images By 19 August 2014

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Can an armadillo paper airplane fly? Autodesk says yes

Autodesk researchers have developed a Pteromys, a tool that lets anyone design a paper airplane that will fly, no matter how outlandish.

By 9 August 2014