Video Roundup: New in drones

From French eagles that are trained to take down terrorist drones to tiny, horse hair-covered drones that can pollinate flowers for bees, this is the latest in drone-related news.

Japan: Air traffic control plan for predicted drone delivery surge

Japan: Air traffic control plan for predicted drone delivery surge Japan and the US are coming together to figure out a way to manage drone airspace.

UPS tests residential delivery via drone

UPS tests residential delivery via drone Test demonstrates potential efficiencies drones can provide on rural delivery routes

Hackers can steal your data just from a PC's blinking LED lights

Hackers can steal your data just from a PC's blinking LED lights If you have an air-gapped computer, it might be time to cover up the hard drive's leaky LED lights.

FDNY uses drone for the first time to tame Bronx fire

FDNY uses drone for the first time to tame Bronx fire The $85,000 UAV played a pivotal role in fighting the fire.

The French military trained eagles to take down terrorist drones

The French military trained eagles to take down terrorist drones Terrorists may be turning to drones, but France has found a solution in the natural world.

Rent your neighbor's drone: Meet the AirBnB of UAVs

Rent your neighbor's drone: Meet the AirBnB of unmanned aerial vehicles Drone rental marketplace Up Sonder goes national

These tiny drones use gel on their hair to pollinate flowers

These tiny drones use gel on their hair to pollinate flowers UAVs could help alleviate the pollination shortage that we face as bee populations decline.