by Ian Millhiser May 27, 2014
An Act of Congress limiting the president's power to strike Americans won't prevent people like John Yoo from claiming that the president can flout the law, but it will leave no doubt that the president is acting illegally if they do so.
by Lauren C. Williams Mar 20, 2014
A new hacker-developed drone can lift your smartphone's private data from your GPS location to mobile applications' usernames and passwords -- without you ever knowing.
by Lauren C. Williams Mar 7, 2014
A federal judge lifted the FAA's ban on drones, effectively paving the way for more commercial use.
by Zack Beauchamp Feb 3, 2014
Why this might be happening now.
by Emily Atkin Jan 17, 2014
When thinking about the possible abilities of unmanned flying drones, the first thing that comes to mind is probably not benefits for the fossil fuel industry. But in Scotland, that's exactly what's happening.
by Hayes Brown Dec 30, 2013
Sites in New York, Alaska, and four other states will play home to a new set of drones as the government readies to integrate them into domestic skies.
by Hayes Brown Dec 14, 2013
Several thousand U.S. military personnel currently operate around the world in places you probably wouldn't realize.
by Zack Beauchamp Dec 3, 2013
The Amazon drones force us to start thinking about whether robotic innovation will make everyone’s life much better -- or inequality much worse.
by Alyssa Rosenberg Dec 2, 2013
Will Amazon's proposal open the door for flying cars? Why not vacuum tubes? And what about privacy--and personalization?
by Hayes Brown Nov 22, 2013
Two proposals from Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) were rejected on Friday, leaving a showdown over changes to the drone program ahead.