Intel drones on
Published in News
14 October 2016

Intel drones on


Intel Falcon 8+ System is its first commercial drone

Chipzilla has been flat out developing software for the consumer drones and now is set to release a few drones of its own.

Royal Navy puts robots through their paces
Published in News


Robot wars

The British Royal Navy is staging what it is calling its first "robot wars" exercises testing drone boats off the coasts of Scotland and west Wales.

ARM buys imaging and embedded computer vision outfit
Published in Processors


Apical worth $350 million

British chip maker ARM has acquired Apical which is an imaging and embedded computer Vision Company in a $350 million cash deal.

GoPro delays drone launch
Published in Wearables


So much for sorting out its problems quickly

Wearable action camera GoPro was banking on the release of its drone camera, the Karma as a way of pulling itself out of trouble.  But now it has surprised analysts by saying that the drone will be delayed until the Christmas sales.

5G will allow drones to fly
Published in Wearables


Intel boss drones about the future

5G networking will eventually enable drones to fly all over the earth, according to Intel Boss Brian Krzanich.

Google presses ahead with drones
Published in News


Service ready in two years

Online search outfit Google is pressing ahead with glorious two year plan to create a drone service.

Qualcomm wants Snapdragons in drones
Published in Processors


Firebreathing flying snapdragons

Chipmaker Qualcomm has created a board designed for consumer drones and robotics applications.

Intel gets into drones
Published in Wearables


Buy our chips or else

Chipmaker Intel is taking its competitive game up a notch by investing in its own drones.



Ready for triathlon, not ready for drone strike



Drones can only be used for spying