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Stunning video footage like that from a recent tornado in Arkansas (see below) shows the potential for drones to radically change journalism. However, its illegal to operate them in the US, especially near a disaster or accident scene — which has prompted a new research project from CNN and the Georgia Institute of Technology. The […]

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CNN said Monday it was launching a research project with the Georgia Institute of Technology on how drones could be used for newsgathering by media organizations. The research will evaluate the technology, personnel and safety needs to operate effectively and will share its findings with the Federal Aviation Administration, which is considering rules for unmanned […]

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Yo been hacked! The free iOS and Android messaging app created to literally say only, “Yo,” has some serious security issues, which several people appear to have exploited in the past few days and Yo founder Or Arbel acknowledged earlier today (June 20).  Three students at the Georgia Institute of Technology say they can access […]

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