The National Security Applications Of Coffee Cup Lids And What Makes Goldfishes Sexy

Opinion | Michael McGrady
Does the federal government reserve the right to waste our tax dollars on science fair projects?

Google's Cutting-Edge Robotic Dog Sent To Marine Corps For Basic Training

Tech | Emma Colton
The robot could potentially save soldiers's lives

Sniper Bullet That CHANGES DIRECTION MID-FLIGHT Will Have Terrorists Shakin' In Their Boots

Guns and Gear | Christian Datoc
You can run, but you can't hide

DARPA's Cortical Modem Project Aims To Make The Blind See ... Like Terminators

Business | Jonah Bennett
'The implications of this project are astounding'

The Terminator Is Coming. So What Do We Do About It?

Opinion | David Silverstein
Trying to ban AI is like carrying a 'no more nukes' sign -- ineffective.

DARPA Hacked A Car To Prove Automakers Aren't Securing Them

Tech | Giuseppe Macri
Hacker took control of braking, acceleration and more

Crazy New Technology May Save Lives On The Battlefield

US | Blake Neff
DOD working to put homing bullets in soldier's hands

New Electronic Bullet Can Change Direction Mid-Flight

US | Jonah Bennett
But does anyone know how it works?

DARPA Is Building A New Space Plane For The Pentagon

Tech | Giuseppe Macri
'It would be a spacecraft that most resembles what people see in the movies'

US Army's Hypersonic Space Weapon Self-Destructs Seconds After Launch

Tech | Giuseppe Macri
'Due to an anomaly, the test was terminated near the launch pad shortly after lift-off'

Google's Regina Dugan Violated Ethics Rules While Heading Up DARPA

Tech | Giuseppe Macri
'Unfortunately I think this is more the rule than the exception'

Pentagon Successfully Tests First Small-Caliber, Self-Guided Bullets

Tech | Giuseppe Macri
Accurate at over one-mile away

The Pentagon's DARPA Is Using Virtual Reality Tech For Cyberwarfare

Tech | Giuseppe Macri
'It's like you're swimming in the Internet'

Government plans to put sea monsters in ocean. Really

Tech | Josh Peterson
The Hydra could be deployed from aircraft, ships, or submarines.

Pentagon wanted searchable database of people's lives in 2003

Tech | Josh Peterson
Program was meant to further the research field of artificial intelligence

BRAIN initiative gives a big check to sci-tech elite

Opinion | Tim Cavanaugh
New funding for neuroscience is a big nothing.

DARPA explains hypersonic glider anomaly

Tech | Josh Peterson
The craft dubbed Hypersonic Technology Vehicle-2 was launched from California atop a rocket and released for a glide at 20 times the speed of sound.

Global social media manhunt challenge

Tech | Josh Peterson
If you had to track down fugitives hidden in five cities around the world, would one day and a $5,000 reward be enough to succeed?

Google adds DARPA director to Mountain View ranks

Tech | Josh Peterson
But in the halls of the Pentagon and America’s intelligence agencies, Google casts a relatively small shadow

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