The National Park Service bans the use of unmanned aerial vehicles in the park's confines, saying they disrupt the wilderness experience and interfere with emergency services.
Developers complain that games with the word "flappy" in the title are being rejected from the two app stores.
Have you ever looked at a pedometer app and thought, "It's great how it tracks my steps, but why doesn't it have a spy story?" The Walk: Fitness Tracker Game, for iOS and Android, is here to fill the breach.
The United Arab Emirates plans to deliver official documents via 18-inch, four-propeller, unmanned aerial drones that come equipped with fingerprint and eye-recognition security systems.
Stunned by Flappy Bird's success, game maker Dong Nguyen had warned that he was going to remove the ad-based tapping game from app stores.
Dong Nguyen, creator of the app that's been making $50,000 a day in ad revenue (and that some have called the worst smartphone game ever), tweets that he's pulling the game.
A Wisconsin brewery gets slapped by the Federal Aviation Administration after delivering beer to ice fishermen via a method that's currently illegal.
The head of marketing for Apple says Samsung beat out rivals such as Motorola and Nokia because the latter two companies didn't copy Apple as much.
R2-D2: It's what's for dinner. A grocery store meat manager turns shapeless ground beef into sci-fi, gaming, and superhero icons.
The phone maker unleashes a flurry of announcements, all meant to convey rising momentum. But can it take that next big step?