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Content posted in May 2014
Slideshow: Tiny Parrot Drone Takes Full HD Videos
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5/29/2014  48 comments
Parrot's new hand-launchable Bebop Drone quadricopter is either super-cool or downright scary. It's stuffed with tech that lets it take 180-degree aerial videos with a 14 megapixel Full HD camera, plus a ton of other abilities.
Software Platform Simulates Operation of Hybrids, EVs
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5/27/2014  6 comments
Two companies have teamed up to create a software platform that simulates the operation of electric cars and hybrids, from the movement of ions in the battery cells to the hum of the electric motors and engines.
Belden Debuts Cyber Security Toolkit
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5/23/2014  3 comments
Belden has introduced a toolkit design to deliver network cyber security from the inside out. As well as creating a ruggedized perimeter, the kit creates protection again internal threats.
Videos Highlight Some New Motor Products
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5/23/2014  Post a comment
Brand Director Rich Nass came across some videos shot at MD&M in Anaheim earlier this year that he had never seen before. Now, he wants you to see them, too.
One More Time: GM Announces Another Flood of Recalls
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5/21/2014  10 comments
General Motors has again added to its already long list of recalls, citing 2.4 million more cars for lap belt, airbag, and transmission problems, as well as 218,000 for a potentially dangerous overheating hazard in the dashboard center stack.
Slideshow: GM Announces Another Giant Recall
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5/16/2014  30 comments
General Motors is recalling 2.7 million more vehicles for defects involving tail lamps, headlights, brakes, tie rods, and windshield wipers.
14 Things to See at EDS 2014
Product News 
5/15/2014  5 comments
The critical words at this yearís EDS were energy efficiency, miniaturization, and ruggedness. Hereís a brief sampling of components introduced at the show.
Stratasys Acquires Solid Concepts & Harvest Technologies
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5/2/2014  2 comments
The two new companies will be combined with RedEye, Stratasys' printing service that sells 3D parts directly to customers.




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