During WWII, American and British military developed a system to retrieve people following airborne operations, without landing. Then after the war, the Americans experimented with other ways to pull people aboard a plane in mid air. Check out some bizarre videos of people being plucked into the sky.
Google uses Android compatibility standards to suppress fast-rising developers. At least that's what the latest court docs say in the lawsuit between the Skyhook (who specialize in location-based services) and the Big G.
Previous version of Laptop Cop let you remotely delete (or retrieve) files from a stolen laptop, but the newest feature makes it genuinely worth paying for: Real-time geo-location using just Wi-Fi.
This stunning aircraft-that looks straight out of a science-fiction movie in which the Nazis won WWII-is the Boeing SkyHook JHL-40. A heavy-lift rotorcraft designed to lift 40 tons, it can transport its cargo across 200 miles without refueling in adverse environments like the Arctic. According to Boeing, it will be…