Saturday, September 23, 2017

DRONES

DRONES

Amazon.com Inc. is testing drones to deliver goods as the world’s largest e-commerce company works to improve efficiency and speed in getting products to consumers. The Amazon.com Inc. Prime Air octocopter is seen in this...

A small town in Colorado is considering issuing $25 licenses for its residents to hunt drones, and it's gaining support. -- A resident in the small town of Deer Trail, Colorado, recently proposed a town...

No Drone Zone, Washington, D.C. tops list Drones flying over Niagara Falls provided stunning views of the Siberian Express' effects on a wonder of the world. The incident with the drone crashing into the White...

Mark Bowden investigates how the unmanned, remote-controlled aircraft altered the battlefield forever Though unmanned, remote-controlled drones had been used in times of war since World War II, they were revolutionized in 1995. The Gnat, developed...
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Is this pizza-delivering drone from Dominos just a publicity stunt, or a tantalizing look at the future of food delivery? Because while the eight-bladed DomiCopter is a little impractical given it needs a skilled pilot,...

By Alison Vekshin, Bloomberg.  A move by police agencies in the San Francisco Bay Area to deploy drones for the first time is provoking a backlash from leaders and activists who fear the surveillance will...