Magdalena Petrova

Video Correspondent

Magdalena Petrova is a Video Correspondent covering daily tech news for IDG News Service and is based in San Francisco.

Video: ZTE's first Android smartwatch is here

Video: You won't find a steering wheel or a driver on this autonomous shuttle

Video: You won't find a steering wheel or a driver on this autonomous shuttle

Small, autonomous shuttles have been transporting passengers around Sion, Switzerland for free in an attempt to integrate autonomous vehicles into cities.

Augmented reality gets a second life in manufacturing

Augmented reality gets a second life in manufacturing

Although augmented reality may not have gotten very far in the consumer market, the technology is getting a second look in the manufacturing sector.

First full-scale Hyperloop system is almost ready for takeoff

First full-scale Hyperloop system is almost ready for takeoff

The test system, known as DevLoop, is located in the Nevada desert and built by Los Angeles-based company Hyperloop One, which hopes to begin testing the apparatus this year.

Video: When life gives you a 3D printer, make a house

Video: When life gives you a 3D printer, make a house

Russia's first 3D-printed house was completed in 24 hours using a portable 3D printer .

Ford thinks beyond cars for future mobility

Ford thinks beyond cars for future mobility

The car maker showed off some of its personal mobility prototypes at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

UPS launches an autonomous drone from a delivery truck

UPS launches an autonomous drone from a delivery truck

In the future, UPS wants its drivers to team up with delivery drones to more efficiently distribute packages to rural areas.

Computer crashes may be due to forces beyond our solar system

Computer crashes may be due to forces beyond our solar system

As our personal electronic devices get more complex, researchers say cosmic rays could put them at a greater risk of operational failure.

Researchers propose a way to use your heartbeat as a password

Researchers propose a way to use your heartbeat as a password

Researchers at Binghamton State University have proposed a model that uses patients' heartbeats as an encryption key for electronic records.

Intel thinks IoT will have a firm place in the stores of the future

Intel thinks IoT will have a firm place in the stores of the future

Intel says using IoT technologies in the retail sector would result in a more personalized and efficient experience for both customers and stores.

The DOD is testing a swarm of autonomous, 3-D printed drones

The DOD is testing a swarm of autonomous, 3-D printed drones

The Department of Defense is testing Perdix, autonomous micro-drones capable of collective decision-making and adaptive formation flying.

The DOD is testing a swarm of autonomous, 3-D printed drones

The DOD is testing a swarm of autonomous, 3-D printed drones

The Department of Defense is testing Perdix, autonomous micro-drones capable of collective decision-making and adaptive formation flying.

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