The Government Admits Drone Rules Won't Be Ready Until at Least 2017

It looks like we'll have to wait a few more years before order can be restored to a sky increasingly full of drones. Despite having set a deadline for September 2015, the Federal Aviation Administration admitted it's going to take even longer than expected to finish its rules for commercial drones. The Government… » 12/10/14 12:55pm 12/10/14 12:55pm

Apple Throws the Rule Book at Music Stars

Rockstars are notoriously hard to control. Think of Axl Rose or Kanye West. Legendary artists play by their own rules: showing up late to gigs, mouthing off to fans, or fighting record label execs for getting in the way of music. Which makes it especially odd that Apple, for its new music social network Ping, would… » 10/12/10 7:00pm 10/12/10 7:00pm

Verizon's "Can You Hear Me Now" Guy Has Rules

Much like Ronald McDonald and Dick Cheney, Verizon's "Can You Hear Me Now" guy makes public appearances, but is actually not one person, but many different people dressed up for the part. And because of this, Verizon has a fairly thick rulebook of how the guy should be dressed, how he should appear, and how nobody… » 9/20/07 5:20pm 9/20/07 5:20pm

Gawker Media, Summermodo Contest Official Rules. No Purchase Necessary

Eligibility/Entry Period
Summermodo Contest sponsored by Gawker Media ("Contest") begins at 12PM PST, June 24 2010, ends at 12PM PST Tuesday June 29, 2010, and is open to legal residents of the 50 United States plus the District of Columbia excluding residents of California and Tennessee. Entrants must be a minimum of… » 7/14/06 1:03pm 7/14/06 1:03pm