Multi-intelligence version of the MQ-4C drone flies for first time

A Northrop Grumann MQ-4C Triton drone equipped with a highly upgraded multi-intelligence package, called Integrated Functional Capability Four (IFC-4), has taken to the air for the first time as part of expanding the deployment of the new version.

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Tempest sixth-generation fighter moves forward with new design contract

Britain's Tempest sixth-generation fighter jet is a step closer to reality after the UK Ministry of Defence awarded BAE Systems a contract for £250 million to begin the program's concept and assessment phase.

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TCL undercuts the 8K competition with 6-Series Roku TV

Consumer electronics company TCL has announced the upcoming release of a new 6-Series Roku TV in the US, which will be available from August in 65-inch and 75-inch flavors – both rocking 8K miniLED quantum dot screens.

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Bang & Olufsen shuts out the world with Beoplay EQ true wireless earphones

After first entering the now pretty crowded true wireless earphone marketplace back in 2017 with the Beoplay E8, Danish high-end audio brand Bang & Olufsen has now launched its first pair of noise-canceling true wireless earphones.

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Sukhoi shows off Checkmate 5th-Gen fighter to compete with F-35

At this year's MAKS-21 air show, Sukhoi unveiled a mock-up of its latest fifth-generation fighter aircraft. Called the "Checkmate SU-75," it's designed as an inexpensive rival to the Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter.

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Online portal puts users at the controls of a real reef-diving ROV

Even in non-pandemic times, the Great Barrier Reef is still a difficult place for much of the world's population to get to. That's where Teleportal.Fish comes in, as it allows anyone to virtually visit the reef via a live link to an underwater robot.

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LG brings spatial audio to new Tone Free wireless earphones

LG has added a new series to its Tone Free true wireless earphone line. Models in the Tone Free FP series boast active noise cancellation, Meridian spatial audio, a cool privacy mode, and a charging case that keeps earbuds clean.

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“Acoustic tweezers” lift tiny ball off a board with nothing but sound

Scientists in Japan have broken new ground when it comes to using sound waves for levitation, by demonstrating for the first time how the technology can be used to lift small polystyrene balls off of a rigid surface.

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Alphabet launches Intrinsic to make industrial robots easier to use

For more than five years, a team has been developing and testing control software under Alphabet's X moonshot factory, aimed at making industrial robots smarter and easier to use. Now the project has branched out into a new company called Intrinsic.

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Travel Sax 2 lets players practice without disturbing others

Frustrated by not being able to practice the saxophone when and where he wanted, Ramon Mañas developed the small and light Travel Sax, which could be played in silence. Now the Travel Sax 2 electronic saxophone has been launched.

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