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Re/code

The FAA gave the first ever go-ahead for a drone to fly at a major airport

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Mashable

The FAA just settled one of the biggest drone lawsuits ever

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@ruhanirabin via Re/code

The FAA just issued the largest fine ever against a company for flying drones illegally

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Re/code

The FAA has issued nearly 23,000 drone pilot licenses in just three months

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TechCrunch

What the drone industry wants from the FAA and Trump

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GeekWire , Wired

SpaceX targets early January for Falcon 9 rocket’s return to flight after explosion

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Bloomberg , TechCrunch , Mashable , +1

Apple Said to Fly Drones to Improve Maps Data and Catch Google

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Technical.ly

DC's Drone User Group is fundraising for the Maryland hobbyist who's suing the FAA DC

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CNET

It's illegal to use Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 on a plane, says FAA

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TechCrunch

The FAA asks airlines to prohibit powering up or charging the Galaxy Note 7 on flights

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Wired

Go Ahead, Fly a Tiny Drone. The Man Doesn't Have to Know

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Business Insider

Airlines and the FAA have placed major restrictions on flying with the Samsung Galaxy Note 7

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Slashdot

CPSC: Stop Using The Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Business Insider

The FAA 'strongly advises' against turning on a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in flight because it might explode

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VentureBeat

FAA ‘strongly advises’ against using Samsung Galaxy Note7 in-flight

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GSMArena.com

Samsung Galaxy Note7 may be banned from US flights

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TechCrunch , Business Insider

In a first, FAA allows PrecisionHawk to fly drones where pilots can’t see them

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@ruhanirabin via The Verge

FAA regulations for commercial drones are now in effect

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Slashdot

FAA Expects 600,000 Commercial Drones In The Air Within A Year

Silicon Beat

Biz Break: Commercial drones fly with new FAA rules

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