This edition of SomeDrones.com’s Weekly Drone Review takes a look at how drone startups are changing strategies in order to appeal to a larger demographic, the rapidly increasing popularity of professional drone racing, and a self-driving beer truck. All this and more of the week’s top UAV news stories can be found every Sunday on SomeDrones.com.

• At Reuters, Beth Pinsker writes that sales data shows that drone sales this year are outpacing last year’s figures, and that Toys R Us is the primary retailer.

• At the Wall Street Journal, Patience Haggin writes that more and more drone startups are turning to offering one-stop shop drone services for businesses instead of a particular technology or service.

• At CNET, Erin Carson explores how hobbyists are propelling the popularity of drone racing.

• At Forbes, Brian Wynne and Tim Day argue that the high level of cooperation between industry and regulators is the reason why commercial drones are able to operate today.

• At Popular Science, Jeffrey Lin and P.W. Singer and take a closer look at China’s unmanned ground vehicle competition.

• At Gizmodo, Christina Warren writes that DJI may actually be further behind on shipments of the new Mavic Pro drone than it says it is.

• Researchers at Imperial College London have developed a system to recharge drones in mid-flight. (Press Release)

• Chinese drone maker DJI unveiled a new camera with a 30x optical zoom. (CNET)

• A researcher from Trend Micro demonstrated a system for remotely hijacking rogue drones in mid-flight. (Ars Technica)

• Researchers at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid are developing a system that would enable drones to detect forest fires. (UPM Blog)

• Researchers at the Institute for Dynamics Systems and Control at ETH Zurich developed a mini drone with asingle propeller. (BBC)

• The Saskatchewan’s Ministry of Environment has grown to include 50 trained pilots and 25 drones. (ReginaLeader-Post)

• The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles was granted permission to start a program to use drones to manage traffic accidents. (Fox 35)

• An aid group used drones to document the damage from Hurricane Matthew in Haiti. (AFP)

• A drone enthusiast demonstrated how to use a drone to change a lightbulb. (Gizmodo)

• Director Ron Howard discusses the use of drones to shoot the forthcoming film Inferno. (CNET)

• First responders in Australia are using drones to check for remaining oil spills around Fraser Island. (Brisbane Island)

• Meanwhile, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau will begin to use drones to investigate accidents. (Press Release)

• The White House has allocated $2 million in grants to train ex-coal workers in Virginia to fly drones. (Recode)

• Otto, an Uber subsidiary, partnered with Anheuser-Busch to make a delivery of beer using a self-driving truck. (Recode)

• Drone maker Draganfly has partnered with Optical Filter Corporation to integrate a miniaturized hyperspectral camera system onto the Draganfly UAVs. (Unmanned Systems Technology)  

• Aerodrome signed a 20-year-lease with the Boulder City Council in Nevada for land that will eventually host a commercial droneport, a facility to train private and public drone users. (Boulder City News)

• The Air Force Research Lab will invest $5 million in a sense-and-avoid detection system for drones at Ohio’s Springfield-Beckley Municipal Airport. (WHIO)