There will be no drones allowed at this year’s 4th of July celebration on the Esplanade, according to Massachusetts State Police.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has a well-earned reputation for being inventive, but this takes it to a whole new level.
Somerville officials are using a local drone company to fly over roofs covered in snow and assess areas of concern.
Nick Cosky runs a business called “Three If By Air,” selling videos taken by drone to other companies.
Drones will soon be in the sky off the Massachusetts coastline.
State lawmakers are considering how drones might be regulated in Massachusetts should they become law enforcement tools in the future.
It seems to me that when it comes to modern telephony I’m about four years behind the curve…
New Hampshire could join more than a dozen other states in limiting government and public use of drones to protect citizens’ privacy.
Despite a defeat last year, a pair of New Hampshire lawmakers is determined to resurrect an effort to limit the use of drones to protect residents’ privacy.
Amazon is looking to the future of Internet shopping. Instead of arriving by delivery truck, some day your order could land on your doorstep via drone. On Sunday’s 60 Minutes, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos revealed an R&D project called Prime Air that would use drones to handle deliveries within 10 miles of fulfillment centers for orders up to five pounds, and do it within 30 minutes.