With drones getting smaller and more powerful, the US Army special forces is testing some expensive handheld surveillance models.
This week on Crave, we read some tweets sent by peeved potholes in Panama City and test-fly a teeny tiny military-grade drone. Plus, a hovering tricycle keeps our dreams of speeder bikes alive -- if the blades don't chop off our heads, that is. It's the Crave show!
We already knew Ferrell was talented, but who knew he was such a Trekkie?
An EU-funded consortium is working to create sensors that would integrate with seat belts and seat covers to alert drivers when they get sleepy.
New technologies, including virtual reality, promise to take video games to a whole new level of play -- for gamers of all ages.
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The military is testing $40,000 handheld surveillance drones that latch onto utility belts.
Currently available only as an option on certain cars, the sensor-driven technology should be installed on all automobiles and shouldn't cost the buyer extra, according to the National Transportation Safety Board.
Movie effects artist Frank Ippolito shows how to make realistic pointy ear prosthetics for "Star Trek'" cosplayers to wear with Vulcan pride.
"There is plenty for gamers to get excited about already, such as Tearaway and No Man's Sky," executive says.