Due to loss of critical evidence in the rescue operations following an accident, the Indian Railways plan to deploy drones to photograph the site.
In a fresh bid to take on rivals like Apple, Google and Snap, Facebook is reportedly foraying into consumer hardware products that may involve next-gen cameras, augmented reality (AR) devices, drones and even a brain scanning technology.
US to permanently place military drone system in South Korea to counter North's repeated missile tests
The US is permanently stationing a sophisticated armed drone system in South Korea amid North Korea's provocative missile tests, a top Pentagon official has said.
Snapchat's owner Snap Inc has worked on a drone that could help users take overhead videos and photographs and then feed that visual data to the company, the New York Times reported on Tuesday.
What if a drone delivers a mouth-watering pizza right in your car as you wait at the red signal and fly ahead?
With market revenue expected to increase 34% to reach more than $6 billion in 2017 and set to grow more than $11.2 billion by 2020, three million drones will be shipped in 2017, Gartner said on Thursday.
A boom in consumer drone sales has spawned a counter-industry of start-ups aiming to stop drones flying where they shouldn't, by disabling them or knocking them out of the sky.
While drones delivering goods do fascinate customers in India, there are plenty of regulations that get in the way.
Virtual assistants are set to pummel virtual reality headsets in the fight for consumer dollars this holiday season, while smartwatches drive wearable sales.
Not just pizzas or groceries, drones can one day transport blood for transfusion to hospitals in rural areas -- while keeping it safe and intact -- in less time.
It's been over four years, and Apple is now planning to deploy drones to beat Google when it comes to Maps.
While satellites can study the ocean surface, their signals cannot penetrate the water, so robotic submersibles have become critical tools for research.
Google has its hands in too many pots and pies and everything else. But clearly, Google's desire to be omnipresent isn't really working out too well for the company.
A group of students at the Indian Institute of Technology-Kharagpur is developing drones using indigenous hardware and software, officials said on Monday.
Tencent, the owner of Wechat, has build a new drone that will be made available by the end of the month priced at $299 that translates to approximately Rs 19,900.
At first, the drone took some explaining. Anxious villagers buzzed with rumours of a new blood-sucking thing that would fly above their homes. Witchcraft, some said.
India is trying to hasten a deal with the United States to buy Predator drone aircraft for military surveillance, one of several defence and nuclear projects the two sides are pursuing in the final months of the Obama administration.
The United Arab Emirates will finalise laws to more heavily regulate the sale of drones and their operations soon, aiming to minimise risks posed by unmanned aerial vehicles, an official at the aviation regulator said on Monday.