The Pentagon is steadily increasing the use of various drones across several branches of the military.
US Air Force (USAF) pilots flying the F-22 Raptor have been known to experience symptoms of hypoxia while operating the aircraft.
The Pentagon is perpetually working on advanced weapons platforms that appear to be more science fiction than fact. However, the Navy's electromagnetic railgun is a fully-functioning reality.
When the military fires a missile, you can almost be certain that the projectile has a target and is well on the way to blowing something up ASAP.
Lightning guns are often thought of as weapons of science fiction, relegated to the pages of magazines, movie screens and video games.
Paypal is increasing its budget for security measures.
The Pentagon is significantly increasing the deployment of unmanned aircraft for wartime missions and peacetime surveillance operations.
The Pentagon has been spending big money for many years now developing stealth technology for the aviation industry.
A new study into computer passwords finds results that might be surprising but might also be totally expected.
A number of legislators have expressed concern in recent years over the use of Chinese manfauctured electronic components in US military hardware.
The deployment of unmanned aircraft by law enforcement agencies within the continental United States is obviously a controversial topic.
The Pentagon has long been interested in blimps for a wide range of missions including surveillance, reconissance and communications.
Nissan has confirmed that it recently suffered a major cyber attack. As of now, the car manufacturer isn't certain who executed the operation or what information may have been extracted.
Archos is now shipping two new Android tablets in its G9 series - the Archos 80 G9 and Archos 101 G9. Both devices are loaded with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich goodness.
The world of online security is frenetically paced, with a constant, ongoing battle between software companies and hackers.
Apple patched 83 vulnerabilities in its Safari browser yesterday.
We all know crime doesn't pay, but sometimes hacking does pay.
A Chinese hacking group calling itself Evil Shadow has taken credit for exposing sensitive data from one of the largest corporations in the world.
After numerous reports of Android apps that are malicious and can destroy a user's phone, Google is finally doing something about it.
HTC has come forward to say that it decided to keep quiet about a recently uncovered glitch that exposed user's Wi-Fi data.