The Federal Aviation Administration’s proposed drone rules clip the wings of Amazon’s Prime Air delivery service in the United States, but the online retailer could be eyeing other countries for testing to keep momentum going.
Amazon, in its sole statement regarding the FAA proposal, said it remains “prepared to deploy [Prime Air] where we have the regulatory support we need.” Translation: We’re willing to move our operations elsewhere.
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Getting ahead of the competition is never easy, but sometimes a little technological advantage can go a long way.
Whether it’s something that can help your sales force in the field or something that can let you complete a task better and quicker than the competition, a simple gadget can make all the difference. At this year’s International CES in Las Vegas, there were dozens of companies displaying existing and upcoming technologies that could impact one or more industries. Here are some of the more intriguing items we saw.
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Games have had a profound influence on everything from how we watch football on television to how we lose weight. As it turns out, they’re also changing the nature of the U.S. military.
While it’s still essential for soldiers to be in peak shape and prepared for traditional ground combat, today’s modern warfare has a strong digital component — and gaming’s influences extend far beyond the battlefield. The Army, for example,spends between $10 million to $20 million a year on licenses, modifications and development of video games.
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