All posts tagged with Drones and surveillance
01/11/2016 / By Greg White

As technology continues to grow, our expectation of privacy unfortunately shrinks with it, especially in the wake of the development

12/28/2015 / By Chris Draper

Since vehicles first took the roads by storm, humanity has envisioned a future where cars pave the sky. Unfortunately, flying

12/14/2015 / By Greg White

Robots have aided police officers for decades. These machines have become a regular fixture in almost all police operations, from

12/04/2015 / By Chris Draper

Drones — despite much flak from the public — are now the new stars of Amazon’s latest service offering. The

12/01/2015 / By Greg White

The history of warfare is about to change forever. Russia is turning its T-90 tanks into the equivalent of a

11/02/2015 / By Greg White

Boeing is on the brink of developing a laser cannon strategically designed to blast drones out of the sky. Although

10/29/2015 / By Greg White

As the sale of civilian drones continues to skyrocket in Latin America, so do the crime rates. Like all kinds of

10/28/2015 / By Julie Wilson

The Intercept’s recent release of The Drone Papers, a series of documents providing the most in-depth look into the U.S.

10/19/2015 / By Chris Draper

A team of British technology firms has developed a “death ray” for drones that can zap the unmanned aerial vehicles

10/14/2015 / By Chris Draper

Drones are becoming a menace to society. So much so that military officials are investing in anti-drone “death rays” in

10/07/2015 / By roboticsnews

Russian scientists from the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University based in Kaliningrad have presented a functioning prototype of a machine

10/06/2015 / By usafeaturesmedia

( It sounds like something straight out of a science fiction movie, but the reality is, robots will eventually make

09/25/2015 / By usafeaturesmedia

( The United States has been a leader in drone warfare for years, but the Pentagon is about to step

09/22/2015 / By roboticsnews

Like it or not, the age of robotics is dawning, and while some may hail this development as eminently beneficial