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WIRED

The SolarWinds Body Count Now Includes NASA and the FAA

The Verge

The FAA is no longer concerned with SpaceX’s Starship SN9 and SN8

CleanTechnica

I Agree With Elon: The FAA Doesn’t Do New Things Very Well

The Verge

The FAA just greenlit this drone to fly autonomously without a human nearby

Engadget

The FAA will test drone detecting technologies in airports this year

TechCrunch

The FAA proposes remote ID technology for drones

Adweek

The FAA Is Concerned About Your Christmas Lights

The Washington Post

Are airplane seats getting dangerously small? The FAA is about to find out.

Fast Company

The FAA is banning some MacBook Pros from flights–here’s why

The Verge

The FAA has reportedly banned the recalled MacBook Pro from all flights

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

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FutureShift

The FAA just settled one of the biggest drone lawsuits ever

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Re/code

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

Flying Legal
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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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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