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More Passenger Drone Test Flights Hitting the Skies

We previously reported on the Y6S drone passenger test flights set for this year in London; now, two more companies have started testing passenger drones, too. Ehang 184 passenger drones, created by the Chinese company Beijing Yi-Hang Creation Science & Technology Co., Ltd., and Vahana, Airbus’ passenger drone project, both hit the skies. Ehang 184 … Continue Reading

World-Record Drone Show at Olympic Ceremony

As with any Olympics Opening Ceremony, the pageantry is of global scale, but this year, in Pyeongchang, South Korea, Intel took it to a whole new level–a record-setting 1,218 drones hit the skies for a mechanical phenomenon. There’s never been anything like it. Intel’s Shooting Star software platform enables an army of one foot-long, eight … Continue Reading

Spectre And Meltdown Vulnerabilities Affect Processors In Wide Range of Computing Devices

This week, the world learned of widespread and serious vulnerabilities in most central processing units (CPU). CPUs manage the instructions received from the hardware and software running on a computer.  The vulnerabilities, named Meltdown and Spectre, affect virtually every computer existing today, in particular those with Intel, Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD), Nvidia and Arm … Continue Reading

Intel Bug Affects Millions of Devices

Intel has confirmed that a bug in its remote server management tool, known as Management Engine, which allows administrators of IT systems to remote access devices to apply updates or troubleshoot problems for users, allows unverified code to be run on Intel chipsets, so the intruder to gain control of devices. The Management Engine bug … Continue Reading

Voluntary best practices for drone privacy finally released

It’s here–last week, privacy groups and industry stakeholders that were participating in the National Telecommunications & Information Administration (NTIA) Multi-Stakeholder process released a set of best practices for commercial and private drone use. Participants included Amazon, AUVSI, Center for Democracy and Technology, Consumer Technology Association, CTIA, FPF, Intel, X (formerly Google X), New America’s Open … Continue Reading
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