Daily Mail reports
that London's sushi chain, Yo! Sushi, has employed a new, unorthodox method of food service. Yo! Sushi now delivers its patrons' meals to their tables by way of iPad-controlled quadracopters, aptly named iTrays. The devices are made of light-weight carbon fibre, and fly trays of food to tables up to 50 yards away from the kitchen at up to 25 mile an hour. The chain's Soho branch in central London is trialling the high-tech service style, and if proved successful, it could be carried out to all 64 of Yo! Sushi's UK restaurants next year. The drones join the chain's other novelty tech services offered, such as conveyor belt service, and speaking robot drink carts.
Enolsoft Releases Version 4.0 Update to Free YouTube Downloader HD for Mac
The end of May brought an update to Enolsoft's Free YouTube Downloader HD for Mac
software. The application allows users to download HD video from YouTube to MP4, FLV, 3GP and WebM formats on one's Mac. Version 4.0 resolves a failure issue caused by YouTube.com's site changes, as well as offering optimized download speeds and video quality options. User friendly, Enolsoft Free YouTube Downloader HD for Mac grabs YouTube content with no spyware or adware, in 1080p and 720p quality. The option to upgrade to YouTube Converter HD is available for $29, offering access video transferring to smartphone, tablet or portable media player.