UAV

Internet Insecurity

DJI Is Offering Money to Security Researchers to Stop DIY Hackers From Owning Its Drones

The drone maker is offering between $100 and $30,000 to hackers who find and report vulnerabilities in the software of its unmanned aerial vehicles.
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
8.28.17
Unfriendly Skies

Human vs. Drone Combat Is the New Normal

US human pilots have shot down two enemy drones this month alone. But according to one expert, one day soon—within the next two decades—the drones will outmatch the best human pilots.
David Axe
6.21.17
Dystopia Now

How Amazon's Tech Could Change Whole Foods

How long before drones are delivering us emergency organic cat food?
Carl Franzen
6.16.17
cinema

Ryan Phillippe and 'Stranger Things' Kid Star in a Film Shot Entirely on a Drone

UAV Intentions.
Carl Franzen
11.15.16
war

America's Iconic Reaper Drone Has Stiff New Chinese Competition

The CH-5 is now all but ready to enter service with the Chinese military, as well as go up for sale on the international market.
Ben Sullivan
11.4.16
Animal

Scientists Zapped Bats With Lasers Inside a Wind Tunnel to Learn How they Fly

It could lead to better drones in the future.
Kate Lunau
5.5.16
Test

Enjoy This Drone Propeller Hitting a Slab of Pork at 33 Miles Per Hour

Ouch.
Kari Paul
4.17.16
DRONES

This Drone Can Operate In Both Air and Water

The CRACUNS can be summoned from the deeps for aerial missions.
Rachel Pick
3.20.16
News

Autonomous Cars Can Now Drive on Snow-Covered Streets

Good news for Canadians.
Jordan Pearson
1.11.16
video

Harvard's 100-Milligram Robobee Can Now Swim as Well as Fly

From drone to submarine.
Rachel Pick
10.5.15
Interview

Can 'Good Kill' Make the Public Care About Drone Warfare?

Ethan Hawke and director Andrew Niccol—and a real drone pilot—discuss the new military drone movie "Good Kill."
ALEX PASTERNACK
5.19.15
Technology

Finally, A Drone That Can Hit a Tree Branch and Keep Flying

Engineers have developed bird-like, flapping wings for drones that can withstand collisions and keep flying.
Kaleigh Rogers
3.26.15
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