San Francisco Bay Area residents looking for something to do other than watch the Super Bowl on Sunday can cross "flying my drone" off the list.
When it comes to the problem of stopping errant drones, there's been a number of high-tech solutions. From radio jamming to laser beams to nets launched by other drones, but a group in The Netherlands is proposing a low-tech solution that's much more...
The Federal Aviation Administration says its drone registration system has hit almost 300,000 registrations, one month after launch.
The Los Angeles District Attorney filed criminal cases against two drone pilots on Wednesday for allegedly flying their drones in controlled airspace.
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It's a frightening moment to watch and a sober reminder of the danger of drones. On Tuesday evening at an Alpine Ski World Cup event in Italy, a large drone carrying a TV camera crashed into the snow a fraction of a second after Austrian skier Marcel...
The FAA's new drone registration system went live on Monday, and it's ridiculously easy to use. Shortly after it went live at 3pm EST, I signed up and the whole process only took a few minutes.
A British company says it may have a solution to one of the most frustrating issues of drone flying: short battery life.
The U.S. government is to start requiring owners of consumer drones to register their aircraft. The move, which has been expected, comes shortly before thousands of drones are expected to be given as holiday gifts.
Security guards in Japan have a new tool to deter intruders: a flying security drone that will chase down and follow people without human intervention.
Thermal imaging camera maker FLIR Systems has started working with drone maker DJI Technology on infrared cameras that can be attached to DJI's drones.
There's a lot of confusion while the FAA works to come up with long-term regulations
Amazon.com has teased a new drone for deliveries that takes off and lands vertically like a helicopter but flies like an airplane.
Got a new drone? You're not alone. But drones aren't like other gadgets and there are a few important safety, privacy and legal guidelines you need to follow to keep you and your drone out of trouble.
A drone industry group created by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to develop rules for drone registration is recommending the government apply just about the lightest touch possible.
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