LONDON — Ever wished you could get your serving game on Novak Djokovic’s level?  Now, you can. Sort of.  SEE ALSO: This drone is controlled with a smartwatch, but is it any good? Virgin Active has launched what it says is the first drone geared toward enhancing the tennis training experience. Dubbed “The Drone-ovic,” it’s designed to drop balls from all angles and great heights not achievable by traditional ball machines.  Additionally, Drone-ovic is fitted with a tiny 4K camera that gives players and their coaches a bird’s…

Some drone owners seem unable to resist flying their remotely controlled copters in places they really shouldn’t. Take wildfires. The aerial footage may be dramatic, but the risk to air crews fighting the blazes is enormous. The post Hobby drones are still hampering wildfire air crews on the West Coast appeared first on Digital Trends. View original article at Digital Trends