The Met Police is investigating the second drone incident at a London airport in two weeks
Students aged 18 and younger will work with China's top scientists to research and build lethal weapon systems
The hacker leveraged a weakness in Netgear routers that has been general knowledge for more than two years
Facebook bought Somerset-based Ascenta in 2014 to develop solar-powered drones to deliver internet connectivity to remote regions
Six projects across the UK will explore 5G use in rural communities and industrial productivity, using applications including autonomous vehicles, drones and AI
Porsche, Uber and Airbus are all developing passenger carrying airborne vehicles
Vodafone to trial world's first drone safety system, but will it really take off?
Driverless cars, drones and 3D printing are just a few of the ways that companies can leverage big data
Amazon will take on global giants in the cut-throat, low-margin delivery business
Nothing reflects how new technology becomes accepted in the mass market than its popularity over Christmas, suggests Peter Cochrane
But will the vans be autonomous vehicles, too?
US National Transportation Safety Board looking into reported crash
The Civil Aviation Authority will be fully involved with the tests
Arup CIO Stephen Potter on digital collaboration, virtual-reality CAD, drones and the Internet of Things
When Stephen Potter became CIO at Arup, it already boasted a highly collaborative working culture. His challenge was to take it to the next level
By the start of the next decade, Richard Cross wants Atkins to move all of its systems to the cloud, and be 'digital by default'
'Hands off our drones!' Amazon tells US local authorities as it looks to 'uniform' federal legislation
E-commerce giant wants the US to standardise drone legislation. But it is also reportedly looking to public to make low-tech Uber-style deliveries
CIO and CDO Richard Cross explains that the firm is looking at using drones to improve survey efficiency on large-scale projects