A so-called watering hole attack infected Apple devices used to visit some Hong Kong-based websites. Apple has also filed at least three patent applications related to controlling drones.
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Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) will use drones to deliver packages to people’s homes and businesses. It has introduced one that can be used for home security. The e-commerce company sells one to...
While drones already are being used commercially in many industries, almost every upside use can come with a downside. Drones can be used against the public, businesses, transportation and law...
GE announced Thursday that it has formed a wholly owned subsidiary, AiRXOS, to provide mananement and control services for drones. The business is attracting both large and small players and may be...
The U.S. military spent over $80 billion in research and development in 2017. Though much of this funding tends to go to weapons programs, a great deal of military R&D often ends up also having...
Boeing has begun testing a prototype of its unmanned aerial vehicle that is competing for a U.S. Navy contract for an unmanned carrier-based refueling tanker.
An aircraft leasing firm and a maker of unmanned helicopters have signed a first-ever deal that could lead to wider adoption of pilotless aircraft.
The US Navy is seeking proposals for building a drone refueling tanker for its carrier force. A final request for proposal is due this year and a contract award is expected next year.
Amazon has received a patent for a system that the company's planned drone delivery system could use to gather information on customers when the drone delivers a package.
The U.S. military spent $178 billion on research, development, and procurement in the 2016 fiscal year. While most funds invested in new military capabilities are spent on major weapons programs, a...
New technologies will change our lives in countless ways in the coming years and decades. While technological innovations and their consequences are often unforeseeable, many predictable changes...
Facebook's long-term plans to have internet everywhere in the world just took a big step forward.
The use of many ground forces, fighter bombers and surveillance planes could become obsolete within 10 years.
New FAA drone regulations restrict drone use to those that weigh less than 55 pounds, and they must fly below the 400 foot level. Amazon.com sells an army of these.