People had hopes "The Daily," the once-a-day, tablet-exclusive newspaper from media mogul Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation, would help bring publishing into the digital age. It had enough money behind it, but it wasn't enough: the venture is folding. It's hard to say exactly how this will affect media companies investing in tablet publishing, but it'll definitely be something for them to consider. [New York Times]
The U.S. military has drones, lots of them if the daily reports coming in from Afghanistan and Pakistan are any indication. And a handful of law enforcement groups--though less than would like--have a drone or two at their disposal. But on the domestic, non-security front, drones live a in a regulatory gray area. Hobbyists can use them, but commercial entities are not supposed to employ drones for any kind of monetary gain, says the FAA.