Military robotics manufacturer Boston Dynamics has released a video of its latest project - a doglike robot designed for carrying military equipment.
China's official military channel (CCTV-7) recently provided a six-second glimpse into the country's enigmatic cyber capabilities.
A lean, mean fighting machine - that's the old expression. But by embracing new energy technologies, the U.S. military is aiming to be a lean, mean and green fighting machine.
U.S. military bases are required to keep functioning even if there’s a power failure, so typically they have backup systems that run on diesel.
China is working on electromagnetic pulse weapons that it could use against U.S. aircraft carriers if there is a future conflict over Taiwan. Is China itching for a fight?
An attorney for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was back in court today to do a little tap dance for his freedom. They argue that his extradition case to Sweden over sexual assault allegations is flawed.
Lulz Security has struck again, pwning Pron.com and making off with the email addresses, logins and passwords of over 25,000 users.
Perusing the Google News headlines I came across the usual articles about mobile technology, websites, and apps, until I saw a headline that stood out: "Military dogs with titanium teeth take down Osama Bin Laden."
AMD has introduced a next-gen embedded discrete graphics processor capable of driving six independent displays.
Concussion can be notoriously difficult to detect - but a new radar-based method has been developed that can quickly screen individuals including athletes and soldiers on a battlefield.
Thanks to the crisis in Libya, terms like "no fly zone," "air defense" and "anti-aircraft missiles" are bombarding the headlines once again with a vengeance.
It sounds too good to be true - but US scientists have developed a substance that they say can be sprayed onto suspected explosives to detect and completely neutralize them.
US solders are soon to be given individual mini-radar systems capable of detecting incoming gunfire.
Britain's working on a new personal power pack for troops that should be half the weight of conventional models.
Boston Dynamics is working on two new robots for DARPA - one agile humanoid and one designed to outpace the fastest human runners.
Imagine a vehicle that can actually sweat to improve its stealth capabilities and reduce its environmental impact. Or camouflage capable of adapting to any surrounding environment using electronic ink.
Weapons have come a long way since the bow and arrow was considered the height of military technology. They've become more powerful, stronger, and now, smarter.
The enigmatic Stuxnet worm - which previously destroyed thousands of centrifuges used to enrich uranium - is currently attacking Iranian military systems.
The Air Force is warning its troops not to use location-based services such as FourSquare, Facebook Places and Gowalla because they could, er, give away their location.
The US government's new strategy for nuclear war is a 'dangerous fantasy', according to an independent group of scientists.