MyithZ has one of the most popular aerial photography channels on YouTube. With the exception of revealing his identity, he is an open book as he shares with CNET's Brian Tong the drone hardware he uses to capture flyover shots of the construction of Apple's new campus, which looks remarkably like an alien craft.
The Parrot Bebop Drone gets points for being a compact, durable, easy-to-use quadcopter for capturing good video and photos. Battery life, performance and overall value make it tough to flat-out recommend, though.
Technically Incorrect: A $250,000 underwater robot is mistaken for a big fish by a shark. Oh, calamity.
The conflict between wildlife and drones enjoys a peaceful respite as a moose has fun goofing around with a drone.
A drone lost on a high rooftop becomes the star of a suspenseful rescue operation when a fellow drone tries to bring it home.
Here's what happens when a drone and a robot team up. Warning: The results aren't as terrifying as you might imagine.
Metadata+ was deemed to contain "excessively rude or objectionable content" and no longer is in Apple's App Store.
Drone maker 3DR is putting out a dystopian sci-fi series shot with drones and GoPro cameras. The results look promising, as you can see in the newly released trailer.
3D Robotics is producing an online science fiction series for its YouTube channel, with a twist: "Life After Gravity" is made exclusively with video footage created using 3DR's Solo drones with mounted GoPro cameras, and it plans to crowdsource other Solo pilots' drone footage for future episodes.
Ashley checks out the promo for a Web series entirely captured by drones, marvels at a new type of concrete that absorbs water and hopes Disney Research's new inflatable grasping mechanisms lead to a full-size Baymax.