US NAVY / Reuters
The e-commerce company said it would use shuttles or smaller airships to restock air cargo.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China has returned a U.S. underwater drone taken by a Chinese naval vessel in the disputed South China Sea last week after what China's Defence Ministry said were "friendly" talks...
While the draft guidelines and ensuing public consultation are good progress towards the end goal of opening the national airspace to civilian use of drones, placing multiple clearance requirements to obtain a registration for drones of all weight categories, especially the smaller nano, micro and mini drones are too stringent. Given the wide spectrum of benefits drones can serve, the regulations must be amended so as to encourage the operators and domestic manufacturers of drones rather than taking a far too paranoid approach.
Fred Prouser / Reuters
Flying high above the ground and operated remotely, drones can be used for military engagements, surveillance purposes -- and taking extraordinary photographs. Many people use drones to capture remark...
Marina Lystseva via Getty Images
The real Dexter's laboratory.
Thinking of buying a drone, or already own one? Then you need to get a license and permission from Director General Civil Aviation (DGCA). A draft bill a draft bill released by DGCA spells out the pro...
MONEY SHARMA via Getty Images
Xiaomi is not holding back when it comes to trying their hand at making new devices, cutting across technology segments. Their latest offering for the Chinese market is a drone. The drone comes in two...
Michael Bezjian via Getty Images
Suresh Prabhu's rail budget had a lot of references to technology. From better online booking experiences to wifi at stations to using drones for project monitoring, the announcements ran the whole ga...
Bernard Weil via Getty Images
CES 2016 is over but it left the trail of numerous products launched in each sector. From cars to a smart home, from drones to Virtual Reality headsets, there were a lot of cool products at the floor...
American journalist Seymour Hersh created some buzz with his latest story in the London Review of Books about the US raid that killed Osama bin Laden in Abbottabad, Pakistan. The Obama administration lied about the details of Operation Geronimo, Hersh argues, and the mission was actually carried out with full assistance from the Pakistani army and its Inter-Services Intelligence agency. Unfortunately, Hersh's story, apart from being factually dubious, uncritically accepts the narrative of the Pakistani army and bases all his arguments on the premise provided by former ISI head Asad Durrani.
ISLAMABAD — A missile-firing Pakistani drone has killed at least three suspected militants in the first ever reported use of the indigenously developed aircraft in combat, the military said on Monday....
Hindustan Times via Getty Images
A small team from Skycatch, a San Francisco-based startup that specialises in data mapping from Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) flew into Kathmandu a few days ago. They're on a mission to provide an accurate 3D model of the damaged UNESCO World Heritage Sites, so that proactive steps can be taken to protect them before the monsoon season starts.
In May 2014, Mumbai inhabitants witnessed what could easily have been a scene lifted straight from a sci-fi novel; a pizza was home-delivered using an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), more popularly known as a drone, from a local pizzeria. This experiment was not amiably met by the local police and the Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) came out with a circular in October expressly banning any Unmanned Aerial Vehicles from taking to the Indian airspace without prior authorisation.