Abraham Lincoln had a very great idea when it comes to enemies – he insists that if one were to be able to win an enemy over, he would not only have “killed” the enemy in the process, but also gain a friend in the process. I suppose this is what Apple was thinking about when the company hired a couple of security researchers who worked on viruses that targeted Mac computers in the past. What better way to beef up the security of your products, now and in the future, than getting the best brains who know the most about your stuff, right?
Drones do not seem to be in the news these days while bearing good news and glad tidings. Sure, deliveries in the future will be more efficient once the various drones programs take off, but essentially, a lot of it boils down to the responsibility of the owner to pilot their own drone in the right manner without causing any harm to the people around. This has led the to the introduction of a “No Drone Zone” for the entire duration of the Super Bowl, as you can see in the YouTube video above. You can bring your lucky jersey, a can of your face paint and your team spirit, but kindly leave your drone at home. Yup, Levi’s Stadium will be a bona fide No Drone Zone for this Super Bowl edition.