Tuesday, Amazon announced the Dash Button, an internet-connected button that will allow you, with one press, to automatically order products from companies it partners with, from inside your home. But is the Dash Button GOOD, or is it BAD?The Dash Button is GOODSilicon Valley has been fighting against friction ever since it discovered that Sir Isaac Newton’s physics law makes for a good buzzword. First came digital payments, then came one click ordering, maybe delivery drones will be here one day. For now, consider the Amazon Dash Button to be…

In a bizarre and somewhat confusing marketing move, OnePlus is celebrating April Fools’ Day by launching a product you can actually buy through their store: a palm-sized quadrocopter called the DR-1. View original article at TechSpot

OnePlus has just unveiled what it claims is the world’s smallest remote-controlled drone. Just 7cm across, the DR-1 is available for $20, though you’ll have to move quick to get one as the company says it’s only produced a “limited quantity.” The post OnePlus unveils world’s smallest drone, and no, it’s not a joke appeared first on Digital Trends. View original article at Digital Trends

Remember that breathtaking 10k-timelapse video we stumbled upon last month? Expect to see more stuff like that in the future, but shot from drones: PhaseOne has announced the world’s smallest 80-megapixel medium format camera—a high end, lightweight shooter designed specifically for aerial photography. Read more… View original article at Gizmodo