More misinformation from a very badly written article that's been doing the rounds.
Intel are releasing a 'drone SDK' for their chips, which will be interesting to people who like building drones from the ground up, and software researchers who're doing sophisticated things with flying robots. It's not a consumer toy. However, the article suggests that it means that Intel have abandoned Yuneec. That's like saying ARM have abandoned Apple - it makes no sense.
If you look inside a Typhoon you'll see Yuneec switched over to all Intel chips, which I think is a first in drone development (a lot of drones are based on lower power chips that can just about run the flight control software - the Typhoon has loads of spare cpu cycles). The last few updates show that they're committed to long term development of the software that runs on the drone, and Intel will sell chips to anyone that asks for them. So, unlike some other manufacturers, this looks like a long term platform that will continue to evolve, rather than a consumer device that gets replaced by a new model every few months.
Intel is moving away from supporting Android platforms with their processors - they will continue to develop real sense technology but Yuneec will ultimately need to migrate to Qualcomm processors especially for they ST series controllers that utilize the Android operating system. I believe they stop shipping processors in 2018