The unmanned underwater vehicle was taken around 50 nautical miles northwest of Subic Bay in the Philippines late on Thursday, according to the Pentagon, which called the capture unlawful and demanded its immediate return.
When reporter David Rohde was in captivity in Pakistan, he worried that a drone strike might accidentally kill him. And now that it's happened to American aid worker Warren Weinstein. Rohde says the US needs to stop strikes that use only behavioral patterns to figure out their targets.
The true north strong and free (delivery)? Thanks to tight airspace restrictions in the US, Amazon has taken its research into super-speedy drone delivery across the border to a secret facility in Canada.
Drones flew over Paris landmarks last night, unnerving a populace still reeling from the Charlie Hebdo attacks. But it shouldn't come as a surprise: One of the top selling drone manufacturers calls Paris home, and they're a hit in the French capital.
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