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The Ehang 184 is a single-passenger drone that transports people (yes, people) at 11,000 feet

We can't wait to see what the FAA and Department of Homeland Security have to say about Ehang's flying machine.

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Wal-Mart wants to deliver by drone too

Wal-Mart has applied for permission to begin testing home delivery by drones -- a move intended to ensure online rivals Amazon and Google don't corner the much-hyped market before it gets off the ground.

JetBlue adds free Wi-Fi, says it can handle streaming video

JetBlue is making some bold claims about its new in-flight Wi-Fi service.

Cell service at U.S. airports can be first class, or middle-seat coach

Tests by RootMetrics found coverage is improving but inconsistent

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Segway bought by Segway copycat company

Beijing-based Ninebot, also a maker of self-balancing personal transportation devices, was previously sued by Segway for patent infringement

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Google fear a factor behind Orbitz-Expedia deal

The DOJ imposed conditions on Google after it acquired airfare software maker ITA Software, but that agreement expires next year.