07/17/2013, We know how sensitive the topic of drones are these days, especially we’re going to consider trusting them being food servers or delivering our pizzas without killing anyone in the process. As “fun” as those drones are, there are some...
07/15/2013, The U.K. Border Police are able to seize a traveller's mobile devices and download information from it without any reason.
07/11/2013, Newly leaked documents from Edward Snowden, the man behind the PRISM leak, claim that Microsoft has provide NSA with access that even lets it tap in to video and audio calls made through Skype.
07/10/2013, The X-47B makes a successful landing on an aircraft carrier.
06/30/2013, The U.S. Department of Defense is actually getting its own app store, for which it has awarded a $2.9 million contract to Digital Management, a firm based in Maryland.
06/27/2013, PackBot robot gets an inflatable arm that allows it to be more agile.
06/26/2013, Hackers were able to access personal details of thousands of U.S. troops posted in Korea, and that information has reportedly been leaked on multiple sites online
06/23/2013, Edward Snowden, the PRISM leak source, has been charged with espionage by the U.S. government. Earlier today he reported flew out of Hong Kong and headed to Moscow.
06/23/2013, Edward Snowden has now leaked documents which reveal that UK's GCHQ, is allegedly intercepting large quantities of web and telephone call data by tapping fiber optic cables directly which carry internet traffic
06/19/2013, U.S. and Russia have agreed to install a "cyber-hotline" which will be used to prevent an accidental cyber-war between these two global superpowers.
06/17/2013, A new report claims that UK's GCHQ agency monitored communications of foreign delegates at the G20 summits in 2009.
06/12/2013, The U.S. Navy has finally removed the 'all caps' compulsion for its communication messages. For more than a century, all Navy communications have been written entirely in capital letters.
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.