The Federal Aviation Administration this week eased the process for getting a commercial drone-use waiver by establishing a temporary blanket waiver for operations at or below 200 feet.
A Virginia TV station is in hot water for inadvertently broadcasting a pornographic scene obtained from a computer screen shot.
A KIRO-TV news chopper team caught a drone buzzing a newsgathering helo shooting for KOMO-TV and KING-TV, according to KIRO’s website.
These parties had registered unlicensed devices for use in TV white spaces as of March 19, 2015, according to Google.
Adobe reported 517,000 new Creative Cloud subscribers for the first quarter of fiscal 2015, a 28 percent increase over fiscal 2014 first quarter growth, the company said.
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