How do you tell who flew an unmanned aerial vehicle into a restricted area? DJI suggests a radio tag system could be a solution that respects legal drone operators privacy and can determine who's behind illegal drone activity.
Scientists from the University of Bristol and NHS Blood and Transplant announced a recent breakthrough that makes it possible to mass produce red blood cells, opening the door for the wide-scale use of manufactured blood.
August Home, known for their smart locks and home access services, announced its smart lock works with Google Assistant on Google Home. This makes August the first smart lock to support all three major voice-control platforms.
Amazon's grab-and-go grocery store has reportedly hit a snag. Apparently, the technology is having trouble tracking shoppers when there are lots of them in the store, so the "early 2017" launch now seems unlikely.
If you've become bored of your quadcopter and fancy a new kind of drone adventure, how about a camera-equipped submersible? The Gladius underwater drone comes with a 4K camera and can sink 100 meters beneath the waves.
An ambitious California startup says it's come up with a drone design that could deliver freight faster than a ship and at lower cost than a plane. Natilus hopes to start testing the giant autonomous drone this summer.
U.K.-based startup Animal Dynamics is developing a dragonfly-inspired microdrone that can fly efficient in the most turbulent weather, glide on thermals, and even perform a safe landing if there is a power outage.