Oil prices jump as Saudi energy minister reports drone ‘terrorism’ against pipeline infrastructure CNBCTwo Saudi oil tankers among ‘sabotaged’ ships off UAE coast | Al Jazeera English Al Jazeera EnglishFirst assessment blames Iran for Middle East ship explosions, official says Fox NewsOpinion | It’s Time for Saudi Arabia’s and Iran’s Leaders to Talk The New York TimesSaudi Arabia Says Drones Hit Oil Pipeline, After Reports of Tanker Attacks The New York TimesView full coverage on Google News
A drone has captured amazing footage of humpback whales socializing and swimming with dolphins off the Irish Coast. The Irish Whale and Dolphin Group (IWDG) filmed the spectacular sight of whales swimming with […] The post Watch: Humpback Whales Swim With Dolphins Off Irish Coast in Stunning Drone Footage appeared first on Geek.com.
One of nature’s mist skilled and maneuverable fliers is the hummingbird. Now scientists have used machine learning algorithms to study the way these birds fly in order to replicate their abilities in drones.
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US develops secret ‘ninja’ bomb R9X missile full of blades that shred militants alive The SunUS uses terrifying ‘Ninja’ bomb which ‘SPROUTS BLADES’ to hunt terrorists Express.co.ukUS government has developed ‘secret missile’ with six BLADES that kill terrorists not civilians Daily MailWhat Are Ninja Bombs? Pentagon’s New Secret Missiles Kill Target With Blades NewsweekUS develops secret ‘ninja’ bomb full of BLADES that shreds militants alive The SunView full coverage on Google News
Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys gather round the microphone to spin tales from a week of hacks. All the rage are fax-machine-based malware, a hydrogen fuel cell drone, and bringing color to the monochrome world of the original Super Mario Land. There are at least three really cool LED hacks this week, plus Tom’s been exploring space advertising, Maya’s debunking solder myths, and Elliot goes ga-ga for a deep Ikea electronics hack. Closing out the show is an interview with Bart Dring about his exquisitely-engineered string art robot.
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