Senior commanders and officials were also reportedly injured in the attack by Houthi rebels.

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We typically feature projects from people sharing what they’ve learned while building something for themselves. But our community has a healthy contingent who deploy their skills for the benefit of future generations, developing a child’s natural curiosity for play into interest in understanding the technical world they will grow up in. This field is where MIT’s release of Scratch 3.0 can open up interesting possibilities.
Scratch is a block-based programming language designed for elementary school children, letting them learn fundamental concepts while experimenting in an environment filled with visual and audible feedback

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Water lovers, rejoice. There’s a new aquatic drone that captures high-quality pictures and videos underwater, and it could be yours for a mere $1,499. Navatics, a drone company, debuted its MITO 4K Underwater […] The post This Aquatic Drone Captures Gorgeous Underwater Shots appeared first on Geek.com.

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Drones have been dominating the headlines in the UK over the last few weeks, and not for positive reasons. In case you haven’t heard, they have caused absolute chaos at both Gatwick and Heathrow airports, resulting in delays, cancellations, and complete shutdowns. Who would have thought a little drone could cause so much trouble?
The airport anarchy has spurred wild conspiracy theories as to the source and intention of the drones, with everything from military intervention to a hoax being considered. What is important to remember is that a drone is not designed to bring a country to a complete standstill. Used responsibly, a drone is a fun gadget that does no harm to anybody

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You’re probably familiar with instagram accounts that have crazy cool drone footage of city landscapes, but what about the world beneath the waves? Navatics’ MITO is here to make underwater photos and videos more accessible, at a $1,499 price tag. Check out our video to learn more about how this aquatic drone can improve your shots on or in the water. Read more..

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