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Pentagon is using AI to look 'days in advance' and predict the future
The Pentagon is combining cloud computing and artificial intelligence with large data pools to achieve 'information dominance'.
Air Force will use THOR to stop any enemy drones in a nanosecond
The US military is currently developing a weapon called THOR, which will be used as a response to swarms of enemy drones.
Air Force's X-37B lands after secret 2-year mission
Only two reusable X-37B vehicles have been confirmed as constituting the fleet.
SpaceX launches military spy satellite, nails landing
The military spy satellite was successfully launched into the orbit, and SpaceX marked their tenth successful landing.
US military's new warship drives itself, hunts for enemy submarines
DARPA's latest approved creation is a $20 million self-driving warship, should prove vital in counter-warfare operations.
Arctic tries its hand at gaming headsets, looks like a Razer ripoff
Moving away from power banks, Arctic announces gaming headset series and they're looking a little 'Razer'
Virtual reality helping train US Air Force F-35 pilots
Virtual reality will prove to be valuable training tool for Air Force F-35 pilots.
US military wants to increase number of drone flights... everywhere
US military wants even more daily drone flights.
Military trying to figure out how to stop drones used as IEDs
How do we stop drones potentially used as IEDs?
Leading tech experts seek ban on killer robots on the battlefield
Killer AI? No thanks, experts say.
UC Berkeley developing robot cockroach able to navigate itself
US Army helping fund UC Berkeley research team developing robotic cockroach.
US military seeking ways to defend against small, portable drones
Growing need to accurately identify drones?
Russian military said to be developing mind-controlled exoskeleton
The Russian military wants to have a brain-controlled exoskeleton within five years.
F-35 head continues to defend his program, amid major budget issues
The F-35 has great potential, Lockheed Martin and military officials say, but there are plenty of critics for the expensive and mismanaged project.
The F-35 JSF continues to destroy taxpayer dollars at alarming rate
The ongoing tab for the F-35 is even more astronomical than previously believed.
Future wars will likely heavily rely on drones, robots
Drones and robots will be heavily relied upon during future wars, as military technology advances.
US military testing GuardBot robot ball for surveillance duties
The GuardBot from American Unmanned Systems could see future duty for the US military.
Israel expects unmanned vehicles, robots to play bigger military role
The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) expects to see unmanned vehicles and robots have a more prominent role on the battlefield.
Math Military Modding supercharges his own MSI GTX970 KRAIT Edition
Math Military Modding gives the MSI GTX970 KRAIT Edition a great white makeover.
Rigid tubing done differently - Math Military takes on carbon fiber
Math Military Modding does it different - utilizing carbon fiber rigid tubing in this scratch-built custom PC project.
Lithium-ion batteries look to kevlar for fire safety
Scientist use Kevlar to help prevent lithium-ion batteries catching fire or exploding.
Some Australian trade trainees to use 3D simulators for schooling
Aussie trade trainers have teamed up with a technology company to produce 3D-simulator courses for their students.
Pentagon says its US F-35 fighter jet information secure
The Pentagon said classified data regarding its F-35 jet fighter remains secure.
Edward Snowden leaks confirm China stole Aussie F-35 JSF plans
Documents leaked by Edward Snowden indicate the Australian F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) plans were stolen by the Chinese.
US Army Research Laboratory working on battery that doesn't corrode
The US Army Research Laboratory is working on a new battery that won't corrode.
The ODG augmented reality glasses are competing against Google Glass
This Google Glass competitor already has a foothold in the US military - said to be used to spesific tasks and not 24-hour use, what's holding it back?
US Navy creating Silent Nemo robotic fish for surveillance, defense
The US Navy's Silent Nemo robotic fish has great potential to help defend Navy carrier fleets, and conduct a bit of surveillance along the way.
Pentagon wants aircraft-based drones for future recon, attack missions
US Pentagon wants unmanned drones that can launch from aircraft to launch recon and attack missions directly from the sky.
US Navy will deploy prototype laser on a ship later this summer
US Navy plans to deploy its first prototype laser on a ship later this summer with the laser heading to the Persian Gulf.
PL-01 tank concept is a Polish masterpiece
Tank concept has methods of hiding from IR, radar, and visual detection using tech available now and tech coming in the future.
Q-Warrior headset is like Google Glass for the battlefield
Q-Warrior headset will bring Google Glass-like gadgets to the battlefield.
US Navy embraces lasers and electric guns on ships
The US Navy is taking its technology to the next level with a few futuristic weapons that sound like something straight out of a sci-fi story.
DARPA working on dissolvable, biodegradable electronics for the military
DARPA wants to give the military dissolvable, biodegradable electronics.
Kaspersky uncovers five-year cyber espionage network, makes the Flame malware look like a wimp
A five-year espionage campaign dubbed 'Red October' has been found by Kaspersky.
TeleCommunication Systems Proteus Plus Military SSD Preview
TCS provides SSDs designed specifically for Military, Ruggedized and Industrial environments. We look at what it takes to qualify as a Ruggedized SSD.
New camouflage face paint that 'resists intense heat from bombs'
Scientists invent a face paint which protects from heats up to 600*C for up to 15 seconds.
U.S. military are looking at iOS and Android-based phones, could ditch RIM
The RIM-heavy U.S. military could soon move to iOS and Android-based devices
I/ITSEC: Cutting Edge Simulation and Training Trade Show Coverage
Just before CES we took off for sunny Florida to see the best simulation hardware and software the world has to offer.
Just a handful Chinese hacking groups responsible for most US attacks
As little as 12 Chinese hacking groups could be responsible for most US attacks.
AMMO wins Innovations 2009 Design and Eng. award