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Drone Beat: No more flying near stadiums, studying whale health and more

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The U.S. government uses them to bomb alleged terrorists in far-away places. Tech companies like Amazon, Google and Facebook are all toying with the idea of using them, and now they’re a photographer’s secret weapon. Drones are a big part of our lives, whether we see them or not. Drone Beat collects the best and most important stories every week.

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Drone Beat: UAV Invades Soccer Stadium, Space Drone Comes Back Home and More

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The U.S. government uses them to bomb alleged terrorists in far-away places. Tech companies including Amazon, Google and Facebook are all toying with the idea of using them, and now they’re a photographer’s secret weapon. Drones are a big part of our lives, whether we see them or not. Drone Beat collects the best and most important stories every week.

If you want even more on Drones, subscribe to the Center for the Study of the Drone Weekly Roundup, which features news, commentary, analysis…

Are You For or Against the Pumpkin Spice Latte?

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The Pumpkin Spice Latte, otherwise known as the “PSL,” is one of the most controversial drinks of all time. Debates rage on through coffee shops as to whether it’s a fun seasonal treat or, frankly, a fad that needs to go away.

So which side are you on?

We hit the streets of the Big Apple to find out where people stand on this topic

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How Sports Can Inspire Kids to Become Engineers

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In our latest Ask a Dev video, National Instruments software engineer Sam Strickling discusses how to get kids excited about engineering — through sports

Strickling points to how sports can provide real world examples of basic engineering concepts. One example: Demonstrating how acceleration works by examining the amount of separation a wide receiver gets from a corner back.

By presenting science concepts to kids through less-dense topics like…

Drone Beat: Swarming Boat Robots, the Other Drone Memo and More

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The U.S. government uses them to bomb alleged terrorists in far-away places. Tech companies like Amazon, Google and Facebook are all toying with the idea of using them, and now they’re a photographer’s secret weapon. Drones are a big part of our lives, whether we see them or not. Drone Beat collects the best and most important stories every week.

If you want even more on Drones, subscribe to the Center for the Study of the Drone Weekly Roundup, which features news, commentary, analysis and…

‘Chariot’ Is a Puzzle Platformer That’s More Fun With Friends

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The king is dead. Grieving for your father may be hard enough, but his cranky ghost wants to you to transport his body to a far away catacomb that suit his kingly nature — and his gold lust.

Chariot is a puzzle platformer where a princess and her fianc

Stop Motion Animation Explained in 2 Minutes

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Stop motion is an animation technique that’s been around for more than 100 years, so you’ve probably encountered it somewhere

Maybe you’ve seen a big-budget feature film like The Nightmare Before Christmas; or maybe you’ve just watched someone’s funny Vine video.

But do you know how stop motion animation is done?

Whether you’re animating a feature or a quick video to share on social media, the principals are always the same. This Mashable Explains

Drone Beat: Another Arrest in New York, NASA Working on Drone Safety and More

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The U.S. government uses them to bomb alleged terrorists in far-away places. Tech companies such as Amazon, Google and Facebook are all toying with the idea of using them, and now they’re a photographer’s secret weapon. Drones are a big part of our lives, whether we see them or not. Drone Beat collects the best and most important stories every week.

If you want even more on Drones, subscribe to the Center for the Study of the Drone’s weekly roundup, which features news, commentary, analysis…

5 Debunked Outdoor DIY Hacks From Pinterest

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Sometimes those quick and easy life hacks are just a web of lies.

While you’re browsing your Pinterest boards for outdoor DIY hacks and projects, you probably run into one or two ideas that seem too good to be true. While many hacks can simplify our lives, even more of them end up being total duds.

It’s not your fault. Many have been lured in by the seductive temptation of their pinboards, but not all pinners are to blame for…

Puns Aside, Geology Really Does Rock

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The most abundant mineral on Earth lies deep within the surface. You’ve heard of the lower mantle? This is the lowest mantle

After years of research, scientists now have a name for it: Bridgmanite

Elliott talks about how it rocks (groan) in the newest episode of Mashable Minute. Like what you see? Subscribe to Mashable on YouTube to catch every episode

Earlier this week, we took a look at a methane-sniffing supercomputer that could

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