Harvard Professor Margo Seltzer warned that miniature mosquito drones will one day forcibly extract your DNA on behalf of the government and insurance companies as she told elitists at the World Economic Forum in Davos that privacy was dead.
Drones and fireworks: It's like they were made for each other. What better way to celebrate America than by flying a piece of controversial technology through an explosion?
Hand-tossed scout can now relay messages
A Monroe man, arrested after police in Middleton used a drone-mounted camera to search a marsh area where he was hiding, was charged Wednesday with stealing a car, robbing a convenience store and fleeing from police.
Multi-taskers aboard passenger trains in the United Kingdom could someday post a Facebook update or upload a Google doc with the help of a drone.
While Amazon continues testing out its drone delivery service in North America, Israel-based Flytrex is already offering delivery drones and a 3G-based platform to send and receive small packages via a connected app. The company claims the Flytrex Sk
Sure, there's concern that the emergence of drones will come at the cost of personal privacy, but that doesn't mean we can turn our skies into the Wild West.
JUST WARMING UP FOR A MILITARY EXERCISE
The stash of secret documents provided to journalists by Edward Snowden has been a treasure trove of classified codenames from the spy agencies of the Five Eyes, the allied intelligence collective that includes the United States, the United Kingdom,
Blueprint for a new transition plan involves a dual command structure--giving the Defense Department and the CIA joint control of drone strikes
Since late 2012, the Department of Homeland Security has been evaluating small drones for public safety applications. One of the sites for the testing program is an urban obstacle course dubbed "Liberty City."
Asymmetric tactics rely on the idea of fighting smarter, rather than fighting directly, against a larger or more technologically advanced aggressor. It means turning your opponent's strengths into weaknesses.
More okay than poisonous gas and herbicide
Jesse Ventura Off The Grid: Game Of Drones
We've already seen floating fish finders that transmit readings from out on the water, plus we've also seen waterproof quadcopters ... so perhaps it shouldn't be surprising that someone has combined the two.
One tiny scout for now, one big question for the future
It seems like drones are everywhere these days, but in one sense they're ancient news -- when they're taking stunning aerial footage of ancient historic structures, that is.
As part of a summer scholarship project at the University of Queensland in Australia, Michael Godfrey came up with the idea of utilizing remote control technology to drop beneficial bugs on crops as a natural form of pest control.
After years of operating in a legal gray area, domestic drone use is starting to amass a number of official rules and guidelines.
Global Hawk targeted over disputed South China Sea islands
SAN DIEGO -- Police agencies across the nation are increasingly using drones to improve public safety, but need clear operations policies and limits to win public trust, experts said at a law enforcement conference in San Diego.
But does it fit in your pocket?
In a clever design feature, the Hycopter stores 120 g (4.2 oz) of hydrogen gas at 350 bar (5,076 psi) in its existing structural tubing ?" no separate canister is required.
"I'm not going to call a judge," said Graham. "I'm going to call a drone and kill you."
Ron Paul weighs in on drones, NSA and the Bush/Clinton political dynasty
A gasoline engine on board charges the batteries that run the rotors, giving the drones 2 hours or more of flight time versus the 15-30 minutes more typical of electric-only drones
Two years ago, the Pentagon proposed awarding America's best drone pilots with a medal, just like those who fight in active war zones. At the time, politicians and America freaked out--
A rogue military drone landed in a Colorado Springs man's backyard Tuesday afternoon.
For a split second, it appears as though this 3D-printed prototype with a camera attached is about to shatter into a thousand pieces. But just as the drone starts to descend, Lily's four rotors flick on. The machine steadies itself in mid-air, then
Henry Bradlow holds an RC controller and a horribly cracked Moto X, but he's only gripping these devices in case something goes wrong with his demo.