But you can give guns to children
President Donald Trump has decided that while it is ok to give heavy weaponry to children and then to arm teachers to fight the children, the personal use of drones should be restricted.
Nvidia Xavier, the next generation Tegra focused on self-driving, is almost taped out.
Patent reveals system to assist customers when no employees are present
US retail giant Walmart has recently been granted a patent for using in-store drones to shuttle merchandise from one department to another. Do not be surprised if you hear a buzzing sound overhead while walking through the laundry detergent aisle on the way to checkout.
Drone Manufacturers Alliance members working to promote safety
According to the latest report from the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) on drone sightings, the organization representing the companies that manufacture most civilian drones has once again received an exemplary safety record from individuals who have encountered them flying in the skies.
Intel simply cannot get a break it seems. The company faked drones flying in the super bowl 51 and in reality, the whole Lady Gaga Intel and Pepsi logo parade was recorded a week earlier. The FAA would not allow 300 drones to fly over the heads of tens of thousands of people.
GoPro must be wondering wondered what it did in a previous life after it has been forced to recall about 2,500 of its recently introduced Karma drones because they lost power during use.
I'm Intel. Fly me
Former chip giant Intel said that it has introduced yet another drone - the Shooting Star.
Head IoE-Consumer Electronics talks smart drones
Qualcomm wants to make drones smarter and is using the Snapdragon developer board to make it happen. Fudzilla was shown Qualcomm's proof of concept drones that are capable of knowing and mapping environment.
Dutch police call up Brian Blessed
While Japanese coppers are creating robots to tackle the problem of rogue drones, the Dutch have gone all medieval.
VR-equipped drones also likely
According to the newest report, the major technological trends to anticipate at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas will include virtual reality (VR) headsets, a bigger lineup of wearable computing devices, and a new generation of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) also known to the general public as drones.