As might be expected, there are a lot of drones on display this week at CES.
Not so long ago, the surest sign that you are extremely rich and/or a supervillain was access to a helicopter.
Time for UK privacy campaigners to hit the panic button over "flying eyes"?
A Maryland drone enthusiast has sued the Federal Aviation Administration in federal court over its decision to require all drone operators to register their aircraft with the agency.
And they've got just the little plane to make it work
A recreational drone got a little too close to President Barack Obama for the Secret Service's comfort on Monday.
Early on Saturday morning, the largest containership ever to visit North America arrived at the port of Los Angeles, marking the U.S. debut of a new breed of 'mega ships' that have until now only been seen in Asia and Europe.
Rights Groups Urge Congress to Monitor Targeting Decisions
In what must be some sort of minor miracle from the ghosts of government competence, the Federal Aviation Administration has launched a functioning version of its drone registration website on time.
As of press time, no FAA calls for a turtle registry
Starting December 21, the FAA wants you to register your drone. If it weighs more than 0.55 pounds and less than 55 pounds, you're legally required to tell the country about it.
Buyers beware! If that drone you find under the Christmas tree weighs much more than half a pound, you're going to have to register it with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) before you fly it outside.
Anything heavier than half a pound needs registration
This coming holiday season will see a veritable swarm of drones unwrapped and unleashed upon the world.
New hybrid drone has 15-mile range and will be first in a new family of drones
Waterman David Haas was crabbing in the Chesapeake Bay on Nov. 5 when he came across this underwater drone operated by Northrop Grumman.
Chicago media outlets are reporting that drones have been banned from most of Chicago's skies and cannot fly over you or your property without your permission.
DARPA Is About to Start Testing an Autonomous, Submarine-Hunting Ocean Drone
At just over an inch square, the AERIUS is a genuinely pocket-sized drone. With gyro-stabilization and tricks to offer, it is great for any drone pilot wanting to maximize air time. Gizmag Store has it now at 22% off the MSRP.
Through a high-speed aerial obstacle course
No need for nets
A bold projection from Google, but many questions remain unanswered
LAST WEEK The Intercept published a package of stories on the U.S. drone program, drawing on a cache of secret government documents leaked by an intelligence community whistleblower.
Game changer 'insect' drone allows MoD to spy on ISIS - for 90 days straight
Don't engage the Reaper
Google's delivery-drone project has well and truly gotten off the ground (again), evidenced by a short video of its latest flying machine dropping off a small package (Sergey Brin's lunch, perhaps?) at a Google event in Arizona on Monday.
The Department of Transportation announced today it will require all model aircraft and drone pilots to register their drones with the federal government.
The federal government will announce a new plan requiring anyone buying a drone to register the device with the U.S. Department of Transportation, NBC news has learned.
Flawed Intelligence and the Limits of Drone Technology
Secret military documents expose the inner workings of Obama's drone wars