German robotics company Festo has created a robot dragonfly that can fly forwards, backwards and sideways, and can even hover in the air.
Starting at $99, this tiny UAV is capable of hovering quietly in midair and taking high-definition pictures.
WowWee reportedly developing its own flying insect
The Audioquest Dragonfly USB DAC has just been reduced to $99 online; readers can also get a good deal on the Logitech UE Smart Radio.
WowWee finally announces its remote-controlled dragonfly.
Can a $249 digital-to-analog converter/headphone amplifier deliver state-of-the-art sound? The Audiophiliac listens to the AudioQuest DragonFly to find out.
Festo has once again turned to nature to build a gesture-controlled robotic kangaroo that stores and uses the kinetic energy of its own motion.
The Audioengine D3 may be teensy, but this affordable component can radically upgrade your computer's sound quality!
Meridian Audio, known for its ultra-high-end components dips its toe into the affordable market with the Explorer USB digital-to-analog converter.
Professors and students at the University of Maryland have designed a robotic bird that can not only fly, but also perform manoeuvres in the air.