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Bird Home Automation DoorBird Video Doorbell

Step aside, Ring and Skybell -- a new Wi-Fi video doorbell is joining the fray.

By February 19, 2015

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Controversy after scientist finds rare bird -- and kills it

Technically Incorrect: A US scientist finds a male mustached kingfisher in the Solomon Islands. He kills it so that he can study it. Not everyone is impressed.

By October 11, 2015


Ready your slingshots, the first 'Angry Birds' movie trailer is here

The blue, red, black and yellow birds from the immensely popular Angry Birds franchise are coming to the big screen in "The Angry Birds Movie," and you can watch the first trailer for the 2016 film now.

By September 23, 2015


Aries BlackBird X10 Quadcopter

The Aries Blackbird X10 has the makings of a good ready-to-fly quadcopter for aerial photos and video at a reasonable price. The performance is just too inconsistent to give it a full recommendation, though, especially for novice pilots.

By August 2, 2015

3 stars Editors' rating August 2, 2015

Identify that bird with the Merlin Bird ID app

Free app from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology might just turn you into a birder.

By June 16, 2015


It's a bird, it's a plane, it's Superman flying on a drone

This guy strapped a Superman toy to a DJI Phantom 3 drone and captured the Man of Steel flying around Victoria Park in London and presumably saving the day.

By August 27, 2015


Angry Birds maker to cut up to 40% of workforce

The company says that it will focus on its games, media, and consumer products divisions and needs to be more "agile" as it looks to improve its financial position.

By August 26, 2015


Rovio revives effort to push Angry Birds beyond the game

The company hires a DreamWorks Animation exec to spearhead the franchise's expansion, as Rovio seeks to keep milking the birds.

By August 11, 2015


Angry Birds 2 goes freemium

With new limits on how long you can play, it's not just the birds who will be angry.

By August 5, 2015


Families release crash video to prevent further speeding deaths

Technically Incorrect: Police say two young men were reportedly high on drugs, speeding at 90 mph and performing for the camera. Their families hope a cell phone video of the crash will save at least one life in the future.

By October 12, 2015