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New Law Could Allow For Phone Searches After Car Crashes
For many decades, Americans have taken to the roads to get from one place to another. And, in more recent times, Americans have become addicted to their smartphones-texting, posting, online searching
United States
15 Mar 2019
Uber: Not Just Cars — All Transportation All The Time
Uber recently has entered into the business of freight.
United States
20 Jun 2018
Fighting Skyscraper Emergencies With Jetpacks
Some of us are old enough to remember the Jetsons cartoon show from the 1960s in which George Jetson and his family darted around in the sky using jetpacks and futuristic spacecrafts.
United Arab Emirates
8 Jun 2018
The Rise Of Uber Dealt A Current Blow In London
Once upon a time not that long ago, we generally took taxis for ground transport from one specific location to another within and around cities.
United States
28 Sep 2017
Busted By A ‘Textalyzer'?
Let's face it — many of us are addicted to our tech gadgets.
United States
5 May 2017
Got Drone? New FAA Regulations: To Infinity And Beyond!
Drones are coming down in price, and they no longer are confined for deployment by military officials and high-level business moguls.
United States
13 Sep 2016
The FAA Finalizes New Drone Rules
The Federal Aviation Administration has announced in a press release that it has finalized its first operational rules for the use of small unmanned aircraft systems, otherwise more commonly known as drones.
United States
1 Jul 2016
The Amazing Uses Of Drones
Drones really have become the next big thing. Their uses seem to keep multiplying each day. With each new use there are new questions about drone regulations.
United States
2 Jun 2016
Malaysia Airlines Flight Debris Likely Found, Many Months Later
We often take for granted the amazing capabilities, power and reliability of technology. For example, without giving it much thought, we often put ourselves in high-tech cylinders that take us many thousands of feet into the air, propel us through the sky at hundreds of miles per hour and safely land us in destinations all over the world.
United States
23 May 2016
Drone Collision Task Force To The Rescue
Drones, drones, drones … Everyone is droning on about drones as they become ever more ubiquitous.
European Union
13 May 2016
Drones Pose A Real Threat To Commercial Flights
Drones have become cheap and fun to operate for many people. Operators love to fly their drones up into the sky, maneuvering them around while taking photos and videos from aerial vantage points.
United States
10 Apr 2016
Self-Driving Cars — Are We Ready?
Many of us feel the need for control – we need to be behind the wheel when in a car. We do not like others to drive us, and when they do, we become the classic backseat drivers.
United States
10 Jun 2015
Drones, Drones Everywhere …
Let's explore just a few of the many issues that may arise from drones.
United States
21 May 2015
Internet-Connected Aircraft Potentially Subject To Hack Attacks
We keep hearing about new and different ways that data can be hacked in the online and wireless world.
United States
22 Apr 2015
Drones: The Next Big Thing!
There have been several technological paradigm shifts over the past few decades.
United States
10 Dec 2014
Uber And Lyft Halted In Pittsburgh, For Now
People are migrating away from the traditional call-a-taxi model, and are instead searching on their smartphones for the closest Uber or Lyft vehicle.
United States
11 Jul 2014
Be Smart And Safe While Using Electronic Devices Regardless Of Potential Legal Requirements
In the wake of the airline pilots of infamous Northwest Flight 188 telling National Transportation Safety Board investigators that they were out of touch with air traffic controllers and airline dispatchers because they were working with new crew scheduling programs on their laptops, Congress now is considering a ban on the use of laptops and personal electronic devices in airline cockpits.
United States
1 Dec 2009
Too Many Weaknesses in FAA Information Systems
If you already are nervous about flying, this column may not make you feel more comfortable. So let's get right to the point – according to a recent evaluation by the Government Accountability Office (GAO), the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) suffers from security weaknesses in its information systems, including weaknesses in controls that are intended to prevent, limit and detect access to those systems.
United States
7 Oct 2005
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