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Test Flight #2 – 12 Mile Swamp Entrance – St. Augustine, FL – This is my second flight with the DJI Phantom FC40. We took it to the entrance of 12 mile swamp and did some two-trackin. This was a good place to get used to maneuvering through obstacles. Large trees and overhangs. I am trying to get better at flying befor taking out to the beach and tourist attractions. ...

By Evan Dashevsky (PCMag) I was very fortunate for a kid growing up in the 1990s, with a high school computer lab fitted with all the latest Clinton-era technology. While I most fondly remember it for being the place I played Oregon Trail and Number Munchers, it was also where I mastered all the basics I’d need to maneuver the burgeoning information age. Aside from access to the primordial AOL-keyword-era Web, the lab was also populated with a lot of stuff that would soon wither on the technological vine: floppy discs, CD-ROMs, early...

BY JOEL SANTO DOMINGO – PC MAGAZINE Microsoft’s new Surface Pro 3 is a larger iteration of the Windows 8 tablet the company has been producing for the past two years, and it certainly addresses some of the shortcomings of last year’s Surface Pro 2. It also contains PC components like an Intel Core 5-4300U processor with Intel HD 4400 graphics, 8GB of DDR3L memory, and a 256GB SSD, but the biggest draws are its larger 12-inch size and higher-resolution screen. It also runs a full copy of Windows 8.1, which is something...

Google Glass: Explorer Edition Review – Part 1 by Eric Tompkins Well, I have finally received my Google Glasses. Over the next few posts I will be walking you through my experiences and reviewing this hardware. First off lets look at the hardware specs. Specs: Price: $1500 USD (as of 2/6/2014) Fit Adjustable nosepads and durable frame fits any face. Extra nosepads...