SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Explodes, Facebook Satellite Destroyed

SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket explosion took place just two days ahead of launch on September 1, Thursday. The launch vehicle’s payload, Facebook’s AMOS-6 satellite, was completely destroyed in the explosion. The cause of the blast still unknown, the company says its investigating the so-called anomaly that caused the incident. Facebook’s dream to provide the internet… Continue reading SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Explodes, Facebook Satellite Destroyed

Google’s Russian Contemporary Yandex  is Making a Self-Driving Shuttle

Yandex is said to be Russia’s version of Google, who is now following in the footsteps of its American contemporary to make a self-driving shuttle. The autonomous shuttle project will take place in collaboration with the Russian automotive company Kamaz. Russia’s leading search engine Yandex has decided to invest on something that drives itself, but instead… Continue reading Google’s Russian Contemporary Yandex  is Making a Self-Driving Shuttle

Hover Camera: The First AI Drone Camera to Take Anywhere

Drone Cameras are here; fast, powerful, versatile, and high-tech. They can levitate their way into the spaces and places where you can’t. While some hover in place to take the perfect shot , others can go mountain high. You cannot only snap photos from amazing angles but record videos as well. The battery timing has… Continue reading Hover Camera: The First AI Drone Camera to Take Anywhere

Hyperloop FAQs: Hyperloop One test, Elon Musk’s efforts, MIT team, Challenges, More

Hyperloop One sets a new record in the high-speed propulsion system technology. Elon Musk’s brilliant idea for future transport is beginning to take shape, but are all the odds on his side? Wait, are we going too fast? Let’s begin from the scratch. Hyperloop is a rising technology that will change the way transportation works.… Continue reading Hyperloop FAQs: Hyperloop One test, Elon Musk’s efforts, MIT team, Challenges, More