An array of more than 120 musicians are voicing their support for the Dakota Access Pipeline protesters. British rock star Kate Nash is leading the effort to support the Standing Rock Sioux tribe, environmentalists and other protesters who have been at the center of a dispute over an area slated to be used in the Dakota Access Pipeline. SEE ALSO: Drone footage shows recent clashes at #NoDAPL protest in Standing Rock She’s recruited more than 100 big-name musicians, including members of Green Day, Radiohead, Pink Floyd, Death Cab for Cutie, Guns & Roses and Icona Pop, to sign a letter reiterating requests to remove pipeline construction and review the environmental impact of the project. Read more.

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The world’s already hot enough to melt asphalt, as more than one tarmac-stuck plane has made clear. But it’s about to get worse This week’s Terraform is a special translation of a tale from Motherboard Italy’s editor, Antonella di Biase—it’s surreal, funny, and totally grim. Enjoy -the editor.“The asphalt is melting,” cried out the speaker on the corner of the building. “The asphalt is melting

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Droneball is described as a “crash-proof” consumer drone, that flies in its own smart cage — thereby allowing it to harmlessly bounce off walls and obstacles that may well wreck other drones. The post Like a flying hamster ball, Droneball soars around in a cage to protect it from crashes appeared first on Digital Trends.

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A new app lets drone pilots know if they are flying their craft in or near restricted airspace.

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It’s been a long time since a subpar Apple Maps experience led someone into the middle of nowhere, but Google still rules the mapping games. Apple’s not about to give up, and they’re […]

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