Drones

General Motors' New Flying Cadillac Has the Ability to Land on Rooftops and Travel at 55 MPH

The manufacturers anticipate that their historic vehicle could soon appear on the market.

Alto Nivel

The Drone Hardware Market Will Reach Over $22 Billion by 2041

IDTechEx Forecasts the Drone Hardware Market to be Over $22Bn by 2041

Jacob Wolinsky

7 Ways Technology Is Working to Address a World in Crisis

Here are just some of the incredible developments that have come out of the past few months.

John Boitnott

Ericsson: Drones, Telemedicine Will Rise in the Post-COVID World

Network equipment provider Ericsson did a global survey to see what the world will look like after COVID, and this is how it thinks our lives will change.

Sascha Segan

UPS, CVS Use Drones to Deliver Prescriptions to Florida Retirement Community

UPS and CVS will start distributing time- and temperature-sensitive medicines to Floridians next month.

Stephanie Mlot

Drones May One Day Deliver Your Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream

A Japanese drone startup said on Tuesday it was partnering with Unilever, the owner of Ben & Jerry's, to explore developing an ice cream drone-delivery service in New York.

Michael Kan

DJI's Pocket-Sized Drone Rivals Full-Size Competitors

It might be small but it packs a full-size punch.

Amazon's New 'Prime Air' Drone Can Morph From Helicopter to Plane

The redesigned Prime Air drone is a 'hybrid' craft, which can take off and land like a helicopter, but also glide through the air like a plane.

Michael Kan

4 High-Growth Industries for Entrepreneurs in 2019 (Infographic)

AI healthcare -- such as virtual doctors and smart health apps -- saw a 48 percent growth rate since 2013, according to an analysis by 99designs.

Hayden Field

How One Founder Breaks Free From Statistics and Labels

Many descriptors can apply to Trumbull Unmanned Founder Dyan Gibbens: veteran, mom, entrepreneur, Latina, pilot, role breaker; she says none of that completely defines her.

Alice

3 Ways Drone Startups Are Making Dangerous Workplaces Safer

Potential hazards such as loose scaffolding or fuel tank leaks are identified earlier.

Yoav Vilner

Google to End Involvement in Pentagon AI Project

Due to employee backlash, the company will not pursue another contract for the Pentagon's Project Maven, Google Cloud CEO Diane Greene told employees on Friday.

Michael Kan