How to get your hands on a drone

In a world where drones are increasingly commonplace, there are some who argue that it’s a bad idea to own one.

But that’s not the case for the people behind Hand Controlled Drone, a UK-based startup that wants to make a drone that can take you anywhere without the need for an operator.

“There’s this myth that you have to have a drone operator, but we’re not like that,” explains co-founder and CEO, Chris Jones.

“You just fly your drone.”

And Jones believes that the world is on the cusp of a revolution in the way people are using drones.

“I feel like it’s the most natural and ethical thing to do,” he says.

The idea of a drone as a tool for personal use is growing in popularity, and Jones is no stranger to this idea.

In 2012, he created an app called AirBnB that allowed users to organise their home’s music collection.

The concept was also picked up by the likes of Airbnb, but Jones believes the technology behind AirBnb has changed in the last few years.

“Airbnb has been great, but now we’ve got people flying drones all the time,” he explains.

“We’re going to have to evolve and adapt our platform to do it the right way.”

Jones says that AirBb is an extension of his own ideas.

“When we started AirBNB, we were looking for an app that could let us do the same thing we’re doing with our house.

We wanted to make an app for people who want to be able to make home videos on their phones,” he said.

“Now we’re seeing it being used for things like weddings and funerals.”

It’s a fantastic tool, it’s just the way we’re going about it.

“The company’s mobile app, AirBraid, allows users to record their own videos, while its desktop app, DroneFly, lets users take photographs and upload them to the company’s website.

“It’s also a great way to get people to use the app when they’re out of town.” “

The more people who use DroneFly it attracts more people to buy it,” he points out.

“It’s also a great way to get people to use the app when they’re out of town.”

Jones believes drones will be a critical part of the future of home entertainment.

“With the advent of drones, the whole home is going to be a much more exciting place,” he adds.

“People will be able just fly their drone everywhere.

It’s an incredibly exciting time.”

India, US plan joint drone operations

India and the US are planning joint drone strikes, officials said.

The two countries have also agreed to share information on possible incidents and joint operations to improve air and ground defence capability, Defence Secretary Ajit Doval said on Thursday, adding that the agreement is aimed at strengthening India’s air force.

Doval said the two countries were also working on a joint drone base, adding it was likely to be operationalised by 2020.

He did not provide details on when the drone base would be operationalized.

The agreement on joint drone attacks comes as India and China intensify their rivalry over territory and resources.

India has stepped up its drone patrols in recent years and China has been accused of encroaching on its airspace, while both countries are also engaged in a fierce military rivalry.

More than 20,000 Indian troops and drones have been deployed to counter Chinese aggression in the South China Sea, which has sparked a row between Beijing and Washington.

India’s military said last month that it had killed nine Chinese soldiers in a drone attack on a Chinese fishing vessel in the Bay of Bengal.

China’s Defence Ministry did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Thursday.