The face-off between Russia and the West in Syria is giving both sides a chance to try out their new high-tech weaponry.
Pakistan’s first indigenous armed drone.
Recent targeted killings by Pakistan prove that drone warfare is expanding – and in unpredictable ways. It's time for the US to reconsider its own policies.
When drones uphold the law, who’s writing the laws on drones?
Arming police drones could lead to less human error and fewer deaths, but it opens up other possibilities that need careful attention.
A police helicopter and a police drone fly over a street march in Baltimore, Maryland, following the April 2015 death in custody of young black man Freddie Gray.
The use of drones by authorities has increased around the globe. In the US, drones have been used not only for police surveillance and in operations, but also to patrol its southern borders.
No drone-fly zone.
Drones are here, carrying cameras, delivering packages and even toting guns. But the laws to govern their use are way behind.
Judge, jury and executioner.
UK Ministry of Defence
The deaths of two British men after a drone strike leave David Cameron on questionable ground.
A man inspects the remains of what ISIS militants say was a US drone that crashed in Raqqa in 2014.
A planned US drone strike program in Syria will waste life, political capital and resources.
The bringer of bad news.
The Cameron government has announced it killed two British citizens in a drone strike in Syria. Was the announcement timed for maximum impact?
A geomobile revolution is coming.
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There's a global race on to harness mapping technology, delivering companies the data they need to gain a competitive advantage.
This drone was taking photos of Beyonce in Coney Island, New York.
We don't need more laws regulating drones. Here's why.
Unmanned aircraft, better known as drones, could have positive spin-offs for the African continent.
Drones have a positive role to play on the African continent, from delivering medicines to fighting poaching and even giving visitors to game parks a head-up on where to spot the game.
Here's how some of the world's oldest cultural institutions are using drones and 3D printing to bring their collections to life.
Fly the unfriendly skies.
PM wants more unmanned intervention but he should be wary of putting all his eggs in one basket.
We’re just cleaning it, promise.
The true scale of the war against IS has gone largely unremarked on – until now.
Water makes all the difference for agricultural crops.
US Geological Survey
The majority of water that people use goes to agriculture. In a drier, hungrier future, we'll need to use what water we have with less waste. Technologies being developed now will help.
American al-Qaida militant Adam Gadahn in a video grab from 2008.
The death of al-Qaida propagandist and "traitor" Adam Gadahn, known as Azzam the American, got scant attention – just what the US government wanted. A scholar examines the definition of treason.
DHL: drones have landed?
Delivering for Amazon, providing internet connection for Facebook: commercial drone flights are here, and we need rules to govern them, fast.
I’m a drone. Can I fly in the sky?
Aimed at allowing drones to operate in the national airspace safely alongside manned aircraft, they're largely favorable to commercial operators who have been waiting years for workable regs.
Look ma, no guns.
You will be forgiven if you missed the Drones for Good competition held recently in Dubai, Despite drone technology really taking off commercially in the last year or so (the potential puns are endless…
A Shia Houthi gunman muses on the US’s tactic of choice.
On January 31, Harith al-Nadhari, a senior al-Qaeda figure who praised the Charlie Hebdo attackers, was killed by a US drone strike. This is the first drone strike in Yemen for a number of weeks, and it…