Intel's latest light show was the first FAA-approved drone swarm
The 100-drone fleet took flight in Palm Springs, California.
Taxiing airplanes could soon get flight info wirelessly
A successful test earlier this year based on the WiMax standard is the first step in updating the current method of transmitting flight data.
NASA conducts the toughest test yet for drone traffic control
It and the FAA had to juggle 22 drones at once.
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FAA says shooting down drones is a federal crime
The target practice isn't worth years in prison.
FAA considers rules allowing small drones to fly over people
UAVs may need crash testing to see how much force they dish out in the case of an accident.
US working on rules for flying drones over populated areas
The goal is to make filming, inspections and deliveries feasible in cities.
FAA: reports of worrying drone flights surged last year
There were 582 reports just between August and this January.
Stats show small drones pose 'minimal' risk to planes
You're more likely to get hit by lightning, than see a plane damaged by a drone.