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DJI Possibly Unveiling New Drone On January 23rd

01/17/2018, DJI is best known for its drones and with good reason, it makes some of the best consumer drones that money can buy. It appears that the company is gearing up to launch another drone. DJI has started teasing a new event that’s scheduled for January...

DJI & Ryze Unveils The Tello, A $99 Drone

01/11/2018, [CES 2018] Drones are aplenty but for the most part, a lot of them, especially the bigger and more complex ones, are pretty expensive which means that for the average consumer who just wants a drone to play with, it can be a pretty expensive hobby....


Drunk Droning Could Soon Be A Crime In New Jersey

01/10/2018, We suppose by now everyone knows that driving while drunk is a crime, and now it seems like operating a drone while intoxicated could soon be a crime as well. In a report from Reuters, New Jersey’s Assembly is currently slated to vote on a bill that has...

AEE SELFLY Is A Drone That Fits Into A Smartphone Case

01/10/2018, [CES 2018] When you think of drones, you might think of huge devices that you’ll need a suitcase for. However we have seen drones that are small and portable, and at CES this week, AEE Aviation Technology has unveiled a new drone called the SELFLY which...

LaCie’s New Portable Hard Drive Doesn’t Need Your Computer

01/09/2018, [CES 2018] The majority of portable hard drives are designed to backup files from a computer. However LaCie is looking to change that as the company has recently unveiled the LaCie DJI Copilot which is a portable hard drive designed to do away with the...

GoPro’s Drone Division Staff Laid Off

01/07/2018, GoPro doesn’t seem to be interested in investing a lot of resources in its drone program. According to a new report, the company has conducted a new round of layoffs which is primarily aimed at its drone division. The report mentions that most of...

US Military Testing System That Can 3D Print Drones On Demand

12/18/2017, Drones, like tanks, fighter jets, and other military vehicles and machinery are finite, meaning that if you destroy enough there will be none left. So imagine a situation where an enemy has shot down the military’s remaining drone, what then? Or better...

Drone Registrations Mandatory Once Again In The U.S.

12/13/2017, The Department of Transportation passed a law in December 2015 which made it mandatory for non-commercial drones to be registered. The FAA revealed in March that more than 100,000 hobby drone owners had registered their drones in the first three months of...

Dutch Police To Retire Drone-Catching Eagles Program

12/11/2017, How does one take down a rogue drone flying in restricted areas without actually having to shoot it down? Over in Japan, this involves the use of drones equipped with nets to catch other drones, while in the Netherlands, they have opted to go with...

Homeland Security Claims DJI’s Drones Are Spying For China

11/30/2017, djiSeveral years ago, Chinese tech company Huawei was accused by the US government as manufacturing phones that spied on the US on China’s behalf, and claim that the company has since vehemently denied. Last year, another Chinese company ZTE was also...

Drones Used To Help Fight Malaria In Tanzania

11/27/2017, In recent times we’re seeing how drones can be used to do all sorts of things beyond just photography and videography, such as keeping an eye on crops, search and rescue, and delivery. It also seems that drones could be used to help combat diseases,...

Proposed UK Bill Will Give Police The Power To Seize Drones

11/26/2017, Through the creation of consumer-grade drones, many doors have opened up when it comes to photography, videography, or just entertainment in general. However as with all technology, there is also the potential that it can be abused, like used for spying...