Posts Tagged ‘drones’

DJI is set to announce the Mavic Air Drone in a matter of hours, but you do not have to wait for the big unveiling to get a feel for what is in store. The reveal event will take place in New York City at 9 AM ET, but if you don’t want to wait until then, here’s the lowdown.

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Intel is working with the folks behind the International Cricket Council (ICC) to bring advanced technology to the Champions Trophy 2017. Here are the details.

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Drone maker DJI is already hugely popular among those who like to fly around and take video of their surroundings, and today the company announced its smallest, simplest and cheapest drone yet during the #SeizeTheMoment” event in New York City today. The drone, dubbed the DJI Spark, will retail for $499 when it ships next month. Pre-orders are available today.

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Drone fans rejoice because the Hover Camera Passport selfie drone is available exclusively at Apple Store across the United States, Canada, China, Hong Kong, and the UK as of today.

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DJI could be getting ready to announce its smallest drone yet after images of what is claimed to be the new, yet unannounced Spark drone appeared on a Chinese DJI forum.

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GoPro has issued a complete recall of its recently launched Karma drone. Here’s the reason why, and how you can return yours.

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We finally have some insight into how Amazon’s upcoming Prime Air drone delivery service will work, once it goes live. Here are the details.

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The world’s smallest camera drone can now be yours for just $69. Weighing in at 14 grams and measuring just 4.0 x 4.0 x 2.2 cm, the SKEYE Nano Drone is quite an impressive piece of kit to look at, and is now available for purchase.

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Here’s how you can register your sUAS drone with the FAA easily. This is important as small drone registration is now mandatory in the U.S. Here are the details.

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Amazon has shared additional information about its new Prime Air drone delivery initiative. Amazon hasn’t made any secret of the fact that it’s looking outside of the standard delivery box to try and introduce a worldwide initiative that would see customer orders delivered via a flying drone. However, when it was first introduced back in 2013, some assumed it was a joke designed to piggy back on the fact that drones were a big discussion point at the time. Amazon’s continual development of the Prime Air program suggests that it’s dedicated to rolling this out as a viable delivery solution eventually.

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