Drone drops leaflets over football stadiums, raising security concerns

A drone pilot was arrested Sunday afternoon after he sent his drone over football stadiums in Santa Clara and Oakland and dropped anti-media leaflets, raising safety fears over such future stunts involving drones.

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NASA holding major press conference, will discuss 'future ocean world exploration'

NASA is holding a major press conference Thursday afternoon where it is expected to talk about new findings in the solar system, including plans for “future ocean world exploration.”

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Apple Goes on Record-Breaking Spree


Apple stunned Wall Street Tuesday afternoon, with Q1 earnings that set new quarterly unit and revenue records in key product segments, and its highest-ever earnings per share. Apple CEO Tim Cook told analysts that the company set all-time revenue and unit records for its iPhone and Apple Watch brands, all-time revenue records for its Mac and Services businesses, and all-time revenue records for four of its five geographic sectors. The company sold a record 78.3 million iPhones during the quarter, up 5 percent from the year-ago period.

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How to change the weather

Wimbledon, 2026. Bright blue skies and a wonderful late afternoon sun lights up the lush green grass of centre court. Out strides the British number one and four-time winner, Andy Henman, to the cheers of the excitable, partisan crowd.

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Sliding Revenues


Apple’s earnings disappointment thudded into view last week in the middle of an afternoon of briefings at Oracle’s Modern Marketing Experience conference in Las Vegas. In that context, it gave me a lot to think about — especially the difference between a one-time earnings disappointment and something more serious. I have a feeling that Apple is only the most visible instance of the wheels beginning to wobble on the truck of tech. The legacy software vendors have fundamental challenges ahead as they continue to march to the cloud.

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