A drone for sale by a Chinese supplier looked strikingly similar to Iran's Shahed-136. The listing was removed after Motherboard contacted the supplier.
Amateur drone enthusiasts are gathering in Russia to trade information and share knowledge.
A newly released Federal Aviation Authority claims it has no record of anything flying through the sky that night.
The 132d Wing of the Iowa National Guard bought Locate X, a product that lets users search by a specific area to see which devices were present.
The aircraft flight data is a reminder that CBP does not only fly drones along the border.
The surveillance drone is flying in a circle above the city, which has broken out in protests over the police killing of George Floyd.
Dronesense, which sells a platform for controlling drones to police, left customer data including flight plans exposed.
The drone maker is offering between $100 and $30,000 to hackers who find and report vulnerabilities in the software of its unmanned aerial vehicles.