06/11/2013, The Indian government is looking to work on killer robots for the army.
06/04/2013, NASA developed a thermal tile that is such a bad conducent, you can literally touch a 2,200 degree cube.
05/30/2013, RE-NET project allows one to feel prosthetic limbs.
05/21/2013, Having the right kind of equipment in modern day warfare is definitely one of the keys to implementing a successful strategy, so it is rather interesting to read about how insects, in particular honeybees, could be part of the explosives squad. Of course, this would be a defensive movement instead of being an offensive one, where honeybees will help us humans out in removing nasty and dangerous landmines that are […]
05/17/2013, Earlier this month, we heard reports both Samsung Galaxy and iOS devices were in the process of being approved to be used by the U.S. Department of Defense. Soon after that report, we heard both BlackBerry and Samsung devices were approved, but there was still no word whether or not iOS devices would also be okayed by the Department of Defense. It looks like it’s finally Apple’s turn to receive approval […]
05/15/2013, The US is the de facto world superpower for some time now, and this is because of their military and technological strength that they hold over other countries. It seems that the latest improvement in modern day warfare could be drones that can take off as well as land on an aircraft carrier, which would mean the US military could eventually do away with bases in other countries as these […]
05/13/2013, You know something? The kind of laser beams that shoot out from the USS Enterprise against enemy ships seem to make a whole lot more sense compared to those old school lasers fired in the other sci-fi franchise that carries lightsabers and midi-chlorians, as the lasers in the former seem to work a lot faster and more accurate, as there is very little need to “lead” the target – rather, […]
05/13/2013, There is nothing quite like the military to push the boundaries of what is possible in the world of technology, and once again, there is a new air-breathing engine in town which could very well prove to be the baby step towards achieving Mach 20 planes – which would definitely allow it to fly beyond any suit that Tony Stark is capable of mustering. The ride in question that we […]
05/06/2013, The world of robotics has made yet another contribution, where this time around, the X-47B, which is the most valued drone by the Navy, has managed to perform a successful simulated landing on an aircraft carrier deck – and this marks the first time that such a thing happened. It might look deceptively simple to perform, but in reality, it is not such a case. This particular advancement marks the […]
04/22/2013, We have yet to arrive in the age of SkyNet, which is a good thing when you think about it, but chances are we might very well be on the way there already. We have seen how the military, whether in the sky, on the ground or under the water have begun to make use of robots for their operations in the battle to overcome the enemy. Jody Williams, from […]
04/21/2013, There is an app for everything, or so they say. The thing is, have we actually run out of the number of apps for different purposes available? Perhaps, or perhaps not, but here we are with the world famous iPad strutting its stuff in a new pilot project that is being implemented by the US Department of Veterans Affairs, where this project will see the loan of more than 1,000 […]
04/15/2013, Earlier this month, Anonymous revealed they had hacked a number of North Korea’s social networks as part of their “Operation Free Korea” campaign. It looks as though the organization isn’t stopping there as they have yet again launched an attack on a number of North Korean websites, resulting in complete control over the websites. Anonymous is claiming responsibility for hacking its way into North Korean’s news and information site Uriminzokkiri.com, which […]
04/15/2013, As a kid, we’re sure you had a lot of questions as to how exactly astronauts perform their everyday routines while in space, such as eating, going to the bathroom and sleeping. Your inner child is in luck today as one of those questions will be answered as soon as you watch the video above as an astronaut has recorded what exactly he goes through in order to get some […]
04/10/2013, A few weeks ago, we reported on three South Korean television broadcasters and two banks becoming victims of a widespread malware attack, which resulted in serious network outages. The attack was perpetrated by “Whois Team,” which according to South Korea’s internet security agency was carried out by North Korea. The attack was carried out by six computers located in North Korea accessing computer servers in South Korea, which used over a […]