There are plenty of very good, fun, and helpful things that drones can do—things like monitoring crops and delivering beer and saving lives. Unfortunately, over the weekend, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) released the first draft of its rules for commercial drones, and guess what? The rules would make a…
L.A. is being overrun by photographers trying to snap photos of celebrity spawn. Tourists are making a mess out of Barcelona. And four runners cast a cheatery vibe over what should have been a triumphant day in Boston. Let's investigate What's Ruining Our Cites.
While everyone is freaking out about Amazon's plan to unleash an army of delivery drones on the world, it's important to remember that these flying robots can do much more than just move packages.
When actor Hugh Grant's car broke down in the middle of the English countryside and a paparazzi offered him a lift to the nearest town, he saw his chance to turn the tables on the man who blew the whistle on the UK phone-tapping scandal of 2006, which saw 24 celebrities' lines bugged.
Famed Russian yacht-fanatic Roman Abramovich added a new feature to his 557-foot, $1.2 billion monstrosity, Eclipse: A laser shield that sweeps the boat's surroundings for paparazzi and then fires a bolt of light at the camera to destroy any photo.
Yes, unless this is one incredible Photoshop job, someone is already toting an iPhone around and his name is not Walter Mossberg. We know little about this except that the shot was snapped aboard the Caltrain, which runs between San Francisco and San Jose. That and the fact that many people are already hating this…
See, bloggers aren't the only ones ready to pop out a laptop and work directly from the field, The paparazzi is the latest generation of gadget fiends ready to capture every embarrassing moment and have it online within seconds. Hit the comments and name the gadgets. Winner gets a date with Jason.