You don't have to register personal drones with the FAA anymore
Owners won't have to file their non-commercial UAVs...for now.
There are over 770,000 registered drone owners in the US
That's over double the number of manned aircraft.
Airspace rights still unclear after drone lawsuit dismissed
Where you can safely fly a drone, or shoot one down, is still a gray area.
The Future IRL: Deliveries via robot
Because delivery drivers can’t keep up with online order demand.
Airlines no longer need to warn passengers about Galaxy Note 7
But they probably still will anyway.
GoPro compensates Karma buyers with free Hero5 cameras
You might have had to send your drone in for a recall, but you'll get something for your trouble.
ICYMI: How studying bees helped fix internet traffic
But first they had to number 4,000 bees individually.
Disney can fly drones after unblocking its parks' no-fly zones
And they've already got a spectacular planned for this holiday season.
The FAA really doesn't want you flying with a Galaxy Note 7
There are rules.