Donald Bell sits down with Henri Seydoux of Parrot and John Cherbini of 3D Robotics to discuss the present and future of consumer aerial drones at CES 2014.
Drone aircraft have been a fixture of U.S. combat and intelligence operations for some years. But this year, the U.S. military's use of unmanned aircraft reached unprecedented levels. This is the future of warfare.
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CEO Jeff Bezos tells shareholders that the company already flight-tested several generations of unmanned aerial vehicles and is in the design phase for future generations.
Need a delivery fast? Amazon Prime Air might someday get a package to you within 30 minutes, via octocopter. Jeff Bezos says so.
The social network is inventing new technologies in house to deliver affordable Internet access to all.
The floors (and skies) of CES 2014 are teeming with robots of all types. Here are some of the bots and drones we've seen so far.
Highlights include a free photo-editing program, a sweet Sega game bundle, and a huge discount on Parrot's AR.Drone 2.0.
A judge rules that the FAA's six-year ban on drone flying isn't actually legally binding.