Jan 20, 2017

01/20/17: The hefty fees for drone use

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New gadgets mean new rules. With Trump's inauguration taking place today, D.C. wants to make it clear that drones and selfie sticks are not allowed in the capitol. We'll take look at what attendees WILL be able to bring with them. As for those of us who live elsewhere in the country, we'll also share the ways you can watch the event online. Afterwards, software engineer Tracey Chou will join us to play this week's Silicon Tally. 

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Your tech needs for inauguration weekend

Jan 20, 2017
Just remember to leave your selfie stick at home.
Chairs are set out on the National Mall by the West Front of the U.S. Capitol on Thursday in Washington, D.C. Donald Trump will be sworn in today as the 45th president of the United States.
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New gadgets mean new rules. With Trump’s inauguration taking place today, D.C. wants to make it clear that drones and selfie sticks are not allowed in the capitol. We’ll take look at what attendees WILL be able to bring with them. As for those of us who live elsewhere in the country, we’ll also share the ways you can watch the event online. Afterwards, software engineer Tracey Chou will join us to play this week’s Silicon Tally. 

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