LAWRENCE (CBS) — Massachusetts State Police are searching for the operator of a drone they say nearly struck one of their Air Wing helicopters Wednesday morning. The near-collision happened around 11:20 a.m., when State Police helicopter Air 2 was flying over the Lawrence Municipal Airport while travelling from Holliston to Newburyport on a training flight. […]

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August 16 2017 Newly-released drone footage shows the moment a car ploughed into a crowd of protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia, killing one person. … read more at: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/video-news/video-drone-captures-charlottesville-car-attack-on-camera-36038449.html

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Would you let a drone walk your dog?(Photo: Todd Plitt, USA TODAY) There’s a drone for everything, including one to walk your dog thanks to a U.K. company.  Drones Direct, based in West Yorkshire, England, is telling customers: “Give the dog a drone.” The company’s DJI’s Phantom 4 Proflight Walkies Dog Drone has a built-in retractable […]

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Throughout the 1990’s and 2000’s, young kids were enamored with radio-controlled (RC) vehicles. Some found it even more exciting if those vehicles could fly, like RC planes and helicopters. These primitive radio remote-controlled contraptions proved to be precursors to devices that are now classified officially as Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV’s), which are sometimes […]

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An anonymous source sent an advanced copy of S.1757, otherwise known as the “Building America’s Trust Act,” to Ars Technica. If passed as written, the bill would dramatically expanded surveillance at the border and ports of entry, putting the privacy of immigrants and citizens alike at risk. The bill, sponsored by Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) […]

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Are you interested in buying some drone camera, and do you know what are the best camera drones under 100 dollars?Drones are one of the hottest things to own these days and sales are skyrocketing. According to Federal Aviation Administration reports, 2.7 million drones were sold in the past year, and that’s only the beginning. […]

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Personal camera drones might be just a fad. They can annoy people, and, to be honest, though I once worked for a drone company, they sometimes freak me out. They look somehow like a living creature watching me with alien eye. But over the next few years, they’re going to become quiet, small, safe, and […]

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The Air Force pilot carefully throttled the controls of a missile-firing MQ-1 Predator drone flying half a world away in northern Syria. Suddenly his headset crackled to life. Militants firing from bombed-out buildings had ambushed a U.S.-backed militia on a rubble-strewn street in Raqqah, Islamic State’s self-declared capital and one of its last urban strongholds. […]

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An anonymous source sent an advanced copy of S.1757, otherwise known as the “Building America’s Trust Act,” to Ars Technica. If passed as written, the bill would dramatically expanded surveillance at the border and ports of entry, putting the privacy of immigrants and citizens alike at risk. The bill, sponsored by Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) […]

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It’s been a few years now since drones first became available on the consumer market and in that time they’ve become a vital piece of equipment for those who make cycling videos. The technology allows filmmakers to provide a perspective of riding that, until recently, wasn’t available unless you had a helicopter at your disposal. […]

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The Air Force pilot carefully throttled the controls of a missile-firing MQ-1 Predator drone flying half a world away in northern Syria. Suddenly his headset crackled to life. Militants firing from bombed-out buildings had ambushed a U.S.-backed militia on a rubble-strewn street in Raqqah, Islamic State’s self-declared capital and one of its last urban strongholds. […]

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