The U.S. military is increasingly calling on unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to gain battlefield advantage in Iraq, Afghanistan and other trouble spots around the globe.
A number of weapons and weapons systems now on active duty or in the prototype stage seem to have been ripped straight out of the overwrought imagination of a sci-fi writer.
The high-tech, high-speed USS Independence is battling a rival ship to be picked as the U.S. Navy’s new Littoral Combat Ship
A Boeing 747 supertanker is awaiting a call top help combat the tsunami of crude oil spewing in the Gulf of Mexico.
The usability gurus at Nielsen Norman take a look at the first wave of iPad apps and find most have a ways to go before becoming user-friendly.
DARPA’s looking to equip soldiers with a flying car that will cruise in the air like a plane and drive on the ground like an SUV.
GM is testing a head-up display (HUD) system for cars that will give drivers the same kind of all-weather, day or night, awareness of their environment that military pilots have today.
There’s a new story-telling medium in town that may have the potential to help the iPad put the final nail in Kindle’s coffin: The vook.
Electronic games have had a global impact on society and culture, changing how people play, learn and connect with each other.
Thousands of Americans may unwittingly be sharing personal medical and financial information stored on their home computers when they use file-sharing software
Ford's second direction SYNC system taps the power of smartphones to control mobile Internet applications in the car.
A new remote-controlled robot available this fall will likely be the first of many programmable toys aimed at children.
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