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It's going to be a while before airline passengers can use iPads and other electronic devices during the whole flight.
For all of the skeptics and detractors it has produced, the drone industry also has its vocal supporters.
As United Airlines Flight 731 climbed out of Newark Liberty International Airport with 107 people aboard, the pilot and first officer were startled to find screens that display crucial navigational information were blank or unreadable and radios were dead.
The nation's police chiefs have adopted a code of conduct for their use of drones, including letting any images captured by unmanned aerial vehicles, or UAVs, be open to inspection by the public, and that the images not be stored unless they are evidence of a crime or part of an ongoing investigation.
As drone technology begins its boom, states across the nation are jockeying for their piece of the pie.
Since the War on Terror began, pilotless surveillance drones have been a useful and effective tool for the U.S. military in Iraq, Afghanistan and other overseas locations.