Technology

French Student Devises Battery-Powered Unmanned Aircraft for Use in Agriculture Operations

Frenchman Marc-Alexandre Favier, 27, a student at Harper Adams University College, Shropshire, has developed a battery-powered unmanned aircraft that would act as an eye in the sky for farmers. It would cost the farmers just a few hundred pounds.

Google Trends’ new Top Charts to be published every month

Unveiling a new `Top Charts' feature of Google Trends on Wednesday, Google said that the Top Charts feature - which will list the most-searched people, places, and things in over 40 categories - will now be published every month.

Microsoft set to unveil its new Xbox gaming console on May 22

Eight years after having rolled out its last version of the popular Xbox 360 gaming console, Microsoft is now set to unveil the much-anticipated new Xbox version on Tuesday, May 22, at a launch event to be held at the company’s Redmond, Washington headquarters.

Google’s 2013 I/O event served as coming out party for Glass

With a notably large number of attendees at Google’s 2013 I/O developers’ conference having been spotted wearing Google Glass, and with sessions like ‘Developing for Glass’ witnessing overwhelming response from the attendees, the I/O event this year was a coming out party for Google’s futuristic Glass wearable-computing device.

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