Hello! Here's a round-up of news you need to know this Tuesday
Called 'Shooting Stars,' the 300 performance drones are part of Intel's program to transform the devices from individual working units to fleets that can be used in other practical applications
In Mosul, the terror group transforms an off-the-shelf gadget into a weapon, targeting civilians and the military
Google's parent company says high-altitude balloons may be the more feasible solution
Trump's accusation that China had stolen the drone was 'not accurate,' says foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying
China defense ministry: 'The hyping up from the American side is inappropriate and unhelpful to the swift resolution of the problem'
Philippine Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenza says the security cluster has yet to discuss how the Philippines will react to the incident between the US and China that happened within its exclusive economic zone
(3rd UPDATE) The probe, a US Navy vessel operated by civilians, "was taken" by China, a US defense official says, adding the craft was seized about 50 miles off Subic Bay
The yellow drone contains labels by the National Oceanographic Office of the United States
The action-cam maker also reveals the Hero5 Black and Hero5 Session – ultra-high-definition GoPros with voice control
Under the FAA's rules, drone operators will be allowed to fly commercial craft weighing less than 55 pounds (25 kilograms) during daylight hours
Meet the team behind Skyeye – environmental scientists and sociologists convinced that drones are the best answer to the country's land titling and mapping woes
"That's my Christmas present," jokes Marcel Hirscher after narrowly avoiding being crushed by a camera drone on the slopes
The statement comes amid reports of drone sightings near two hotels
Jay Parikh: 'A full-scale version of Aquila – the high-altitude, long-endurance aircraft designed by our aerospace team in the UK – is now complete and ready for flight testing'
The flare-up between the two countries, who have fought 3 wars since 1947, comes days after their prime ministers met in Russia in an apparent sign of a thaw in relations
An Israeli military spokesman refuses to comment on the reports
Also the stuff Marty McFly's dreams are made of – the Lexus hoverboard!
Local engineering firm SRDP Consulting Incorporated is the first drone operator to get certification from the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines
Also, ever wondered why The Dress' color tricked our eyes? Watch it in this week's episode
Nearly 10 million students will sit the crucially important two-day exam, known as the gaokao – or 'high test'
The patent, titled, 'Autonomous aircraft with disconnectable tether,' describes a system in which drones are equipped with tethers to allow for charging with ground-based charging mechanisms
Rappler gets its hand on the Apple Watch! That, and more in this week's episode of SciTech4u
The Secret Service say the individual is seen flying the Parrot Bebop drone in Lafayette Park at an altitude of about 100 feet (35 meters)
The pilot project will be carried out in collaboration with SwissWorldCargo and US drone manufacturer Matternet
Are you #TeamMeerkat or #TeamPeriscope? The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge bends... is this #Bendgate all over again? And Tekken introduces Josie Rizal!
The journalist facing court is a 34-year-old British citizen working for Al-Jazeera's international service
(UPDATED) Flying drones over the French capital is banned by law, and the latest sightings come at a time of heightened vigilance following last month's jihadist attacks
(Updated) Foreign Affairs Undersecretary Evan Garcia stresses, however, that ‘intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance’ are within the ambit of the US-Philippines cooperation
The policy comes after a two-year review amid growing demand from US allies for the new breed of weapons that have played a key role in US military action in Afghanistan, Iraq and Yemen
Drones confiscated during the papal visit will be returned once their operators register them with the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines
No drones allowed to fly in areas where Pope Francis will go, the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines says
The US embassy in Manila confirms it is a drone of the US Navy, but says it is a target drone, not a surveillance drone
Iranian engineers working for the armed forces have "built the drones to carry air defense missiles", deputy defense minister General Amir Hatami says
The nuclear site is Iran's main uranium enrichment site housing more than 16,000 centrifuges
Iran, still in negotiations for its controversial nuclear program, is boosting its arsenal but says the missiles are for defensive use only
Thousands of soldiers are advancing on Tikrit, which was overrun by insurgents led by the jihadist Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), more than two weeks ago along with a swathe of northern and north-central Iraq.
The military has deployed troops, tanks and jets in North Waziristan on the border with Afghanistan, in a long-awaited crackdown on the Taliban and other militants in the tribal area.
The communist group cites 'culpable violation of the policy of the People's Democratic Government for bringing in of surveillance gadgets'
North Korea denounces South Korea's spy drone claim, while calling South Korean president Park Geun-Hye a 'disgraceful political prostitute'
Pyongyang says Seoul fabricated a story about crashed spy drones to divert attention away from the Sewol ferry tragedy
A group of Filipino American businessmen and philanthropists says drone technology would help the Philippines fight off China's aggression in their territorial dispute
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The case was brought by the New York Times and two of its journalists in a Freedom of Information Act case
Google acquires high-altitude drone maker Titan Aerospace, bringing the possibility of using drones to get people online into the fore
A NATO air strike in eastern Afghanistan accidentally kills 5 Afghan soldiers, the latest incident likely to worsen already fraught relations between Kabul and the US-led coalition