The launch of a new GPS-powered Parrot AR.Drone quadcopter comes good on your biggest spook fantasy: flying autonomously.
A new app developed by the European Space Agency turns the Parrot AR.Drone quadcopter into a simulation of a spacecraft.
We fly the new version of the AR.Drone quadcopter in our atrium. The 2.0 version of the product has a new, simplified flight interface, and an HD camera for recording aerial video.
The cool quad-copter gets updated with new flight control software and a 720p video camera in its nose.
Latest update of the smartphone-controlled drone makes it a great tool for filmmakers.
The iPad-controlled machine might be less prone to crashing if you use Parrot's new GPS add-on
That's your post-rebate price, but it's also one of the best deals to date on a massive solid-state drive.
Researchers at MIT have come up with a novel use for the humble drone, turning them into flying photography lights.
That's 10 percent off an already-discounted price for this super-fun RC 'copter, which comes with a dual-stick remote.
Parrot AR.Drones battle it out, but end up fighting WiFi interference