Drone industry leader DJI has unveiled a new, compact drone that is no bigger than a milk carton and capable of capturing 4k footage while flying at a range of 4.3 miles.

This drone, priced just under $1,000 can live stream at up to 1080p and stay in the air for up to 27 minutes.

It folds for easy travel, too!

Perhaps one of the coolest features about this little drone is its accident avoidance system. It detects when it is about to collide with something and brings itself to a very abrupt mid-air stop. This is a big deal as collisions are one of the most common and costly risks with drone flying.

You can purchase the DJI Mavic Pro on DJI’s website. Current shipment estimates are set for mid-October.

Apple release the new version of its popular mobile OS, iOS 10. For the first hour, the update rendered the devices it was installed on inoperable until the user plugged the phone in to a system with iTunes, installed the update again, and reinstalled it on the device.

For many users, this meant finding a system with iTunes they could use to bring their device back to life. For others, it meant a trip to their local Apple Store.

In today’s IQMZ Tech we talk about Microsoft releasing the HoloLens Developer Edition at a surprisingly high price of $3,000.

The HoloLens is an augmented reality headset that enables you to overlay graphics on a physical environment. Unlike virtual reality headsets, the HoloLens enhances the real world rather than replaces it.

Apple has unveiled a new set of emojis that include a diverse set of new characters participating in sports and other activities. These characters are both gender and racially diverse.

A new rainbow flag emoji has also been added in support of the LGBT community.

Perhaps the most controversial change comes by way of the gun emoji, which has long been represented as a revolver. It is being replaced with a water pistol, a move that Apple hopes both curves the growing gun issue in the United States without upsetting too many gun enthusiasts.

In today’s IQMZ Tech, we talk autonomous racing and whether or not Time Warner Cable is going in the right direction.

Autonomous Racing is Coming

Autonomous vehicles are heading to a race track near you, and they could be on track to outperform human drivers in the next several years.

Researchers from Georgia Tech have developed algorithms that enable a 1/5 scale car to navigate a rough dirt track at the equivalent of 90 miles per hour.

This technology, similar to what is powering self-driving vehicles from Tesla, takes the algorithms that make autonomous cars safe for the road and expands on them to make them safe for even the most hazardous of conditions.

Meanwhile, leagues are already being set for full-size autonomous cars to compete on race tracks around the globe starting as soon as 2017.

Time Warner Cable Management

The neighbor of one Time Warner Cable customer took to YouTube after a Time Warner Cable installer laid a cable over their lawn. Citing the possibility of the lawnmower sucking up the cable and shutting down their neighbor’s service, this video sheds light on what many employees of the company are calling a downhill trend.

Is the second largest cable company in the U.S. going in the wrong direction, or is this video just a one-off example of a rogue technician doing a terrible job? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.

Blizzard Entertainment, the makers of the popular Diablo, StarCraft, and Warcraft franchises received a lot of heat over the past week after it sent a cease and desist letter to popular World of Warcraft Vanilla Server, Nostalrius.

Vanilla servers are, at least until now, third-party run fan servers based on the classic World of Warcraft game before a decade of expansions and updates changed gameplay considerably.

After over 250,000 people signed a petition requesting that Blizzard reverse its decision, Blizzard released a statement that its reasoning was simply to protect its intellectual property and not to discourage players that preferred the classic World of Warcraft experience.

It also outlined a potential plan to create “pristine servers” which take away accelerated leveling, character transfers, heirloom gear, and other advantages that had been added to Warcraft since its original release.

Since then, Blizzard has agreed to meet with several of the individuals behind Nostalrius in an effort to come up with an officially-supported solution that appeased fans of the classic game without risking a loss of Blizzard’s intellectual property.