Wanna get away from the horrendous traffic caused by the pope's visit to the Big Apple? Blade, aka the Uber of helicopters, will take you across Manhattan in one of its choppers for $95 on Friday.
It's got legs and it knows how to use them. A new experiment by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency outfits an unmanned helicopter with legs that can land on uneven surfaces.
CNET meets London's Air Ambulance team, who use a range of new technology to quickly dispatch doctors to patients in need of critical care.
Technically Incorrect: A man allegedly unhappy with government corruption decides the best way to express his displeasure is to land a foreign aircraft on the West Lawn.
The latest mainstream generation of the Chinook helicopter is the CH-47F, which features major upgrades, including fully digitized flight controls.
NASA's Mars rovers have already made inroads on Martian soil. The next realm to explore may well be the sky with the addition of low-flying scout helicopters.
Technically Incorrect: In Florida, a man on a motorbike decides to show his dexterity during a police chase. It doesn't turn out well.
The US Federal Aviation Administration, which just missed a deadline to set rules governing commercial use of unmanned aircraft, says a company that's used drones for 27 years has violated its regulations.
In a new ad showing that securing files in the cloud is better than a flying machine beneath the clouds, Microsoft aims for humor.
It's not every day you see a helicopter that looks like this. But that unconventional rotor placement will help drive the S-97's exceptional speed.