The US Military Could Soon Equip Soldiers With Their Own Hoverboards

(HUFF POST) – US Military soldiers could soon be entering the battlefield on hoverboards, after a leading manufacturer was sold to a supplier of the Department for Homeland Security. In

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Drone Swarm Can be Fired From Ship or Plane

(Reuters) – A swarm of disposable drones that can be fired from a ship or plane to help perform intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance missions has gone on display at the

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F-35 Fighter Jet Has World’s Most Advanced Engine, Says Developer

(Reuters) – Lockheed Martin Corp’s F-35 fighter jet has the most powerful fighter engine in the world, according to developers Pratt & Whitney. Matthew Stock reports. Lockheed Martin’s F-35 fighter

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Taranis: BAE’s Next-Gen Combat Aircraft

(Reuters) – BAE System’s Taranis stealth drone, dubbed the most advanced British aircraft ever built, continues its exhaustive testing program. Matthew Stock reports. This is Taranis – BAE Systems’ unmanned

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In China, Fears that Pokemon GO May Aid Locating Military Bases

By Paul Carsten BEIJING (Reuters) – Not everyone loves Pokemon GO, the mobile game that has become an instant hit around the world since a limited release just a week

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Growing Military Drones in Chemical Vats

(Reuters) – Growing military drones in chemical vats could be a possibility this century, according to BAE Systems. Ben Gruber reports. Years from now, British aerospace company BAE Systems envisions

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Soldiers Could Soon Be Wearing Armour Made From Genetically Engineered Spider Silk

(HUFF POST TECH) – The US Army is investing up to $1m in the development of spider silk body armour that could be lighter, thinner, more flexible and tougher than

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Why a Killer Robot Was Likely the Only Option For Dallas Police

(WIRED) – WHEN A POLICE robot killed suspect Micah Johnson in Dallas early Friday morning, it was likely an unprecedented event. But according to Steve Ijames, recently retired assistant chief

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Wireless, Wearable Toxic-Gas Detector

(MIT NEWS) – MIT researchers have developed low-cost chemical sensors, made from chemically altered carbon nanotubes, that enable smartphones or other wireless devices to detect trace amounts of toxic gases.

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Hallmark Envisions Real-Time Space Command and Control

(DARPA) – Military commanders responsible for situational awareness and command and control of assets in space know all too well the challenge that comes from the vast size of the

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