Usually when you hear about drones, it's in reference to an air strike on suspected militants.
But they've also been used by a filmmaker to capture incredible views of mountains in Pakistan.
In Kenya, conservationists hope drones can protect endangered rhinos from poachers.
And some drones are just fun toys. Even if they are difficult to fly.
Research in Motion is getting ready to roll out its much-delayed new operating system, BlackBerry 10.
But will it be too little, too late? News Stream will be covering the launch extensively all this week.
It's hard to imagine that the second-best quarterly profit ever made by a U.S. company wasn't good enough for investors.
But Apple isn't an ordinary company. And signs that the tech giant's unbelievable growth might be slowing is enough for investors to flee the stock. FULL POST
Ongoing violence and shelling - just one of many challenges facing the World Food Programme in Syria.
"Our food trucks have been attacked, we've seen rising number of attacks on trucks in various areas in the country," WFP Executive Director Ertharin Cousin tells me.
"The reality is we have conversations with everyone - the opposition side and the regime side to ensure that everyone recognizes we are not favoring one community over the other. Our goal is that we get assistance to every community."
Play a game of word association and there's fat chance (pun entirely intended) you'd pair "Coca-Cola" with "healthy". Perhaps that's exactly why the world's most valuable brand is pumping millions of ad dollars into convincing us it cares about our bodies.
China's capital has adopted emergency response measures to deal with record smog.
People in Beijing say the air tastes like coal dust and car fumes.
According to state media, the city will remain covered in gray until Wednesday, when the wind will sweep in to the rescue and blow the smog away.
My name was on the waiting list for the first batch of Raspberry Pi machines long before I traveled to Cambridge to meet Eben Upton.
Something about the tiny computer sent me back to my childhood days. It could plug into your TV, it could use the same programming language that I used in primary school. It was all very retro.
Only after I got my hands on one did I realize how useful the little thing actually is. At first I was excited about using it as an introduction to Linux and to refresh my dormant programming skills. It was only after I put some media software on it that it really became part of the furniture. FULL POST
It's been 8 years since the U.S. Army spent $5 billion (!) on camouflage that critics say didn't fool anyone.
What will next-generation camo look like?
Think: digital patterns, 3D layering, and... (it's not too far away)... something close to the Harry Potter invisibility cloak.