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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...

Parrot Disco Fixed-wing Drone Review: Hands-on

11/23/2017, The Parrot Disco launched a year ago in September 2016, and we had the opportunity to try it at launch time. The experience was a lot of fun, and the technology is quite impressive for a consumer-grade fixed-wing drone. Since then, Parrot released a Pro...

United Nations Considers Banning ‘Killer Robots’

11/20/2017, Autonomous robots might take over most of our jobs in the future but there’s enough concern among the international community to prevent them from finding their way on to the battlefield. Representatives from countries across the globe recently...

Ford Testing Exoskeleton Suit For Its Factory Workers

11/10/2017, The idea behind exoskeleton suits aren’t new. While they might have initially existed as a concept in comics, TV shows, and movies, these days exoskeleton suits are more or less a reality and they have been used to help paraplegics walk and also worn by...

Drone Used To Find A Missing Woman

11/09/2017, Drones are useful for all sorts of things, whether it be for photography, videography, surveillance, site inspections, and so on. It can also be used for search and rescue, as was recently demonstrated over in North Carolina where according to a report...

SpinX Toilet Cleaning Robot Gets The Job Done In 90 Seconds

11/07/2017, If you particularly dislike cleaning your toilet, perhaps you will be interested in outsourcing the job to a robot. The SpinX toilet cleaning robot promises to get the job done in 90 seconds, it will clean and sanitize the bowl and seat so that you...

Sony’s Aibo Is Back And Available For Pre-Order In Japan

11/01/2017, When it comes to consumer robots, it’s hard not to think of Sony’s Aibo which was launched more than a decade ago. However recently we have been hearing reports that Sony could be relaunching the robot, and sure enough it looks like the reports were...

China Testing Out Replacing Pharmacists With Robots

11/01/2017, In this day and age where speed, precision, and efficiency are highly valued, which is why it doesn’t come as a surprise to see robots start finding their way into more industries. We’ve seen how robots are taking over factory jobs, but soon it is...

Walmart Testing Shelf-Scanning Robots At Some Of Its Stores

10/28/2017, Don’t you hate it when you go to a supermarket only to find that when you reach the section you want, the item that you intended to purchase is out of stock? Most supermarket already have systems in place to keep track of inventory, but since restocking...