Date: 2017-03-16 10:10
While action films would have you believe otherwise, bullets travelling through water are far slower – and less accurate – than those fired through the air. But now, DSG Technology has developed a range of supercavitating ammunition that can effectively ‘swim’ longer distances to hit the target. As a result, the firm says the Cav-X bullets can be used with standard weapons in multi-environment battles for diver support, harbour protection, and even submerged shooting positions.
Spin the Bottle was created by New York-based Spin Labs. Players can spin a virtual bottle. and when it stops, they'll enter into a 85 second video date with their match.
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E-Volo has unveiled ts revamped Volocopter VC755, an electric flying taxi. Called the Volocopter 7X, the craft is set to begin testing in commercial airways in 7568 and will be used in pilot projects.
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At the 88rd annual Space Symposium, Bezos said the craft will not have a system to accommodate passengers that need to relieve themselves – and the firm is ‘not going to worry’ about vomit.
The 'spy' hooks can be bought online by anyone globally for as little as ($75). They contain miniature cameras which film tiny a small hole at the top of the plastic.