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Rob Enderle
The Future According to Qualcomm
05/18/15 10:41 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1809 Words

I'll share some ideas about that this week and close with a related product of the week: the amazing Lily Drone that my wife already has bought me for my birthday in 2016. Yes -- it's that good.

A Day of...

Kris Holt
Fed Ruling May Bring Flocks of Buzzing Drones to US Skies
03/07/14 3:19 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 699 Words

Since Pirker had used the drone for commercial purposes, he violated regulations that required such commercial use of unmanned air systems to first receive approval from the agency, the FAA argued.

However, Geraghty ruled that there was no binding FAA rule...

David Vranicar
German Hackers Claim They Cracked iPhone Fingerprint Scanner
09/23/13 10:05 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 636 Words

China Lifted Drone Technology via Cyberespionage
A cybersecurity company and an American security official believe that Chinese hackers have stolen U.S. drone technology.

FireEye, a California-based cybersecurity outfit, dubbed the drone espionage campaign "Operation Beebus." The "general address and...

Rob Enderle
Dell vs. Icahn: Ethics, Humanity and Patriotism Matter
07/15/13 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1186 Words

I'll close with my product of the week: the Nvidia Shield AR Drone solution.

Remembering TWA
I think we either have short memories or can easily be blinded by the promise of extra unearned cash. Reading about the TWA...

Rob Enderle
Looking Back at CES and Ahead to the Future of Tech
01/21/13 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1120 Words

AR Drone + Ford Apps
Back in the 1960s, the hero of The Green Hornet TV series had a car that would launch a personal drone, which offered remote viewing capabilities on the car's built-in TV screen. This was a...

Rob Enderle
Could Tech Nerf North Korea?
07/10/17 10:19 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1590 Words

Intel Drone Swarms
Drone swarms are a thing, and you can see them in the air over the Disney properties this summer (apparently this tech is advancing impressively ).

These swarms consist of massive numbers of relatively low-cost drones...

David Jones
Amazon Prime Air Zips Through British Countryside
12/15/16 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 573 Words

... on Wednesday announced that it had completed its first drone delivery in the UK. During the private customer trial period, packages of up to 5 pounds will be delivered within half an hour. The first live delivery took place a week ago,...

Rob Enderle
From the Olympic Non-Robbery to Ford Getting Out of Cars, to Evil NSA: A Strange Week
08/22/16 10:37 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1557 Words

I'll share some observations on all three and close with my product of the week: a new drone equipped with technology from Intel, which apparently is in the midst of an impressive feeding frenzy.

The Real Olympic Robbery: Next Month's Cellphone...

David Jones
The World According to Intel
01/08/16 2:25 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 586 Words

Krzanich introduced a number of live demonstrations involving sensors, drone technology, high-end gaming and interactive viewing of live sports.

Measuring Performance
Intel and ESPN President John Skipper previewed a plan to be announced at the X-Games on Jan. 28:...

Richard Adhikari
Weaponized Drones May Fly the Friendly Skies of North Dakota
08/28/15 11:46 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 561 Words

"North Dakota is at the forefront of drone technology, and I wanted it to be at the forefront of how to handle the balance between technology and law," he told TechNewsWorld.

During judiciary committee hearings, which Becker did not attend, the...

Richard Adhikari
Researchers Remotely Hijack Drones on the Cheap
07/02/12 7:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 465 Words

... at the University of Texas at Austin have demonstrated that a civilian drone can be hijacked by spoofing its GPS signals. The news comes as the United States Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) prepares to integrate drones into the country's national airspace system...

Rob Enderle
Will Future Autonomous Cars Fly Like Birds or Tunnel Like Moles?
05/29/17 10:30 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1613 Words

Read on for more about the future of cars, er people-carrying drones, er automated sleds -- ah, personal transportation this week! I'll close with my product of the week: a new drone using Intel's Movidius Myriad 2 technology from DJI, the Spark.

John P. Mello Jr.
GoPro Whittles Down Hero4 Action Cam
07/06/15 3:34 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 663 Words

Drone Cam?
What kind of audience is Session likely to attract?

"It's essentially aimed at GoPro's existing target customer," Reticle's Rubin told TechNewsWorld. "It still focuses on sports enthusiasts looking to capture their extreme feats."

Nevertheless, the market...

Kris Holt
Gadget Ogling: Capacious Cases, Dumb Domestic Drones, Smarty-Pants Cups
04/11/15 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 839 Words

On the riverbed this week are a Swiss army knife of a tablet and smartphone case, an indoor smartcam drone, a display for social media and Web updates, and a smart cup.

As always, reviews these are not, and the ratings...

Kris Holt
Amazon to Investors: The Sky's the Limit
04/11/14 2:05 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1124 Words

Among the highlights of the letter are details on the drone delivery program, the Amazon Fresh food delivery service, and the "Pay to Quit" program that offers unhappy warehouse employees a sizable payoff to leave their jobs. Drone Seriousness Bezos last year...

Jack M. Germain
Dronecode Project Gets More Wind Beneath Its Wings
01/14/16 4:05 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 754 Words

The foundation launched the open source project in 2014 in an effort to create a unified platform for commercial drone technology.

Twenty-seven companies have joined Dronecode since, bringing membership to 51, officials said.

Silver members include Aerotenna, AirMap, Airphrame, Altitude...

Kris Holt
Gadget Ogling: Long-Lasting Smartphones, Burglar-Busting Drones, and Ski-Obsessed Sensors
12/19/15 10:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 805 Words

In our stocking this week are a smartphone with an extremely long-lasting battery, a drone that can follow around suspicious people, and a dedicated activity tracker for skiers.

As always, these are not formal reviews, as I haven't even seen these products...

David Vranicar
26 Years Later, Google Earth Helps Lost Indian Boy Go Home
10/16/13 3:25 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 550 Words

Aussie Company Launches Book-Delivering Drone
Australian education startup Zookal has teamed with unmanned aerial vehicle manufacturer Flirtey to create a service that delivers textbooks via drone.

The whole thing is contingent upon regulatory approval, but should plans go through,...

Kris Holt
Gadget Ogling: Pokémon Go Drones, New Old Nintendo, and Snowden-Secured Smartphones
08/02/16 4:15 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 784 Words

... to Gadget Dreams and Nightmares, the column that occasionally takes time off from thrashing out cut-price deals for once-towering Web properties to pore over the latest gadget announcements.
In our directory this week are a drone for catching Pokémon, a...

Rob Enderle
Behind the Scenes at CES
01/11/16 8:34 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1633 Words

Showcased at the show were a drone designed to carry people and a 3D-printed JetPack from Airwolf . Granted, the Airwolf demo was as much a showcase of the printing capability as it was the jet belt itself, but both were incredibly cool.

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