Cheap drones find new uses in Ukraine war, raising concerns in US


Cheap drones find new uses in Ukraine war, raising concerns in US

something out of a video game or a movie: a pair of hands holding a cheap drone controller while its small screen shows a pomegranate falling towards a soldier standing on the ground.

And then there’s an explosion below.

But unlike a game or movie, it’s a $1,000 consumer drone that’s been modified to drop explosives on Russian troops and combat vehicles. And devices like this are in daily use after Russia invaded Ukraine.

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