The Samsung Flight offers a unique, likable design and a fair number of features, but some performance gaps keep it from playing in the big leagues.
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Technically Incorrect: Chris Roberts says he sent his tweet because he's frustrated that a security flaw isn't being addressed.
The Samsung Flight II may have decent multimedia features, but its overall sluggishness keeps us from recommending it.
Technically Incorrect: Chris Roberts, who was removed from a United flight by the FBI earlier this week, is now prevented from boarding another United plane.
Technically Incorrect: In Tulsa, two men argue in a parking lot over who makes the better phones. One allegedly strikes the other with a beer bottle. And then there is blood. A lot of blood.
Technically Incorrect: An ad for its new Brrr-ito sees Ben and Jerry's launch a stoned hipster version of Apple's legendary opus.
Technically Incorrect: Louis C.K. says he left Twitter because he regretted everything he posted on it and it made him feel bad.
After an extensive series of test flights, Blue Origin hopes to begin launching people, payloads or both as a commercial endeavor.
We're very entertained and intrigued by Birdly, a contraption offering a first-person view of what it's like to soar above civilization as a bird. Unfortunately, you won't be dropping bombs on car windshields or stealing french fries from beachgoers. Sorry, seagull LARPers!
On today's show, Ashley and Khail check out bird-flight simulator Birdly (complete with hydraulic flapping arm mechanism), a father and son in China turning spare car parts into huge model Transformers, and explain how Boeing's newest patent reminds us of sci-fi force fields. #TDJunk