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8 best drone quadcopters to buy now: Parrot, DJI, Hubsan and more

8 best drone quadcopters to buy now: Parrot, DJI, Hubsan and more

By 19 May 2015

Drones are filling the headlines as well as the skies these days. From military drones bombing targets to amateur camera drones pestering celebrities, crashing into National Parks or shipping drugs into prisons – they're everywhere. Companies like... >>

Best drone photos ever: Stunning images taken from up high

Best drone photos ever: Stunning images taken from up high

By 15 May 2015

Drone photography is a relatively new phenomenon. And the public being able to do it for themselves is even more recent. But despite these time limits there are already photos so good they're winning awards. A year ago, the National Geographic in France... >>

Intel reveals tech of the future: Skin data transfers, autonomous drones and more

Intel reveals tech of the future: Skin data transfers, autonomous drones and more

By 13 May 2015

Intel shows off what it's working on for the not-too distant future at its yearly event: Intel Future Showcase. We went along to see what it is we can expect in the future of tech. Intel had plenty on display from its own brand of wireless charging, that... >>

Get the Skeye Nano Drone for just $35/£23 with free US and International Shipping

Get the Skeye Nano Drone for just $35/£23 with free US and International Shipping

By 6 May 2015

Drones have caught the attention of people around the world, buzzing around parks and cities, flying over government buildings, and capturing some awesome video footage. If you want to try the insanely fun experience of flying a drone, but don’t want... >>

Parrot Bebop review: App-controlled drone pairs high-flying specs and affordable price
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Parrot Bebop review: App-controlled drone pairs high-flying specs and affordable price

By 14 April 2015

The Parrot Bebop, which follows-up the company's AR Drone 2.0, is an affordable high-flier with built-in 1080p camera and app-based controls via tablet or smartphone. At £430 it couldn't exactly be called cheap, but in the world of drones it's an affordable... >>

Weaponised drones with pepper spray to be used by Indian police

Weaponised drones with pepper spray to be used by Indian police

By 9 April 2015

Drones are becoming more and more useful at assisting people - the latest team to be supported by them is the riot police. Police in the northern Indian city of Lucknow have bought several weaponised drones capable of deploying pepper spray. The drones... >>

DJI Phantom 3 rises to the sky bringing new features for aerial photographers

DJI Phantom 3 rises to the sky bringing new features for aerial photographers

By 8 April 2015

DJI, one of the leading drone makers in the market, has unveiled its latest aerial device, the Phantom 3. The new drone, which the company says pushes "accessible aerial creativity to new heights, providing greater image control, portability, performance... >>

Amazon Prime Air drones tested in Canada: Deliveries within 30-minutes of orders

Amazon Prime Air drones tested in Canada: Deliveries within 30-minutes of orders

By 30 March 2015

Amazon is testing its drone delivery service, Prime Air, in Canada. This brings it closer to real world use in the US and Europe. Amazon Prime Air wants to have packages dropped at people's door steps within 30-minutes of ordering. According to The Guardian,... >>

Facebook drones are flying over the UK, to beam down internet for all

Facebook drones are flying over the UK, to beam down internet for all

By 27 March 2015

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg has announced that his solar-powered drone aircrafts have begun test flights over the UK with the first flight already complete. Facebook has been working on delivering internet to the whole world as part of its Internet.org... >>

A Google engineer turned a Star Wars toy into this awesome speeder bike quadcopter

A Google engineer turned a Star Wars toy into this awesome speeder bike quadcopter

By 13 March 2015

What you're about to see will make your inner Star Wars-obsessed child amazed. Adam Woodworth is a lifelong aviation nut who studied aerospace engineering at MIT and has been flying radio-controlled gadgets since he was a kid. Woodworth is also a hardware... >>