Monthly Archives: October 2019

Volocopters, UAMs and eVTOLS

By | October 29, 2019

Another acronym you need to get used to: UAM, for Urban Air Mobility. Think flying cars. Or for now, helicopters and drones that carry people. Like the Volocopter, which completed its first manned flight over Singapore’s Marina Bay last week (see below). It’s also opened the first air taxi voloport (yes, you’re going to have to get used… Read More »

Is 5G Bad for You?

By | October 22, 2019

5G has reignited old discussions about whether mobile signals are bad for us — both from cell towers and from the devices themselves. I’m not a doctor, first off. But I think it’s at least worth taking a look at the data. A piece by Fierce Wireless’ Sue Marek points to some poor reporting on the 5G base… Read More »