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Dubai police will ride hoverbikes straight out of 'Star Wars'

Mashable Friday, 13 October 2017 ()
Dubai is aggressively turning itself into a "Future City," putting self-flying taxis in the skies and a facial recognition system in its airport. The Dubai police department's latest ride is now adding another sci-fi transportation staple: the hoverbike.

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News video: Dubai Cops Test A Futuristic Hoverbike

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The police force in Dubai is testing futuristic means of catching criminals—the hoverbike.

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