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Lockheed Is Finally Getting The F-35's Amazing New Helmet

F-35 Helmet Lockheed Martin

Lets pilots see 360-degrees around — and through — the aircraft

Elon Musk Wants Planes To Be Electric, Take Off And Land Vertically

‘Aircraft should be vertical takeoff and landing, kind of like a Harrier’

Google Grants Half Of 'Right To Be Forgotten' Requests

A computer user poses in front of a Google search page in this photo illustration taken in Brussels

Google, Microsoft and Yahoo questioned

Have Climate Models Overestimated Global Warming For The Last 55 Years?

See why

How The United States Defines A Terrorist

The National Couterterrorism Center is seen in Tysons Corner, Virginia.

‘These criteria should never have been kept secret’

Conan's Office Is Full Of Loud, Lazy, Porn-Watching Robots

‘Hundreds of them, doing the small but vital jobs you can find in any office’

NSA Reform Bill Likely To Surface In Senate Next Week

An illustration picture shows the logo of the U.S. National Security Agency on the display of an iPhone in Berlin

USA Freedom Act to get vote ahead of August recess

FBI Refuses To Release Legally Mandated Report On Drone Surveillance

Small drone helicopter operated by paparazzi records singer Beyonce as she rides Cyclone rollercoaster while filming music video on Coney Island in New York

‘Answering these questions … will go a long way toward fulfilling the administration’s promise of transparency’

Check Out The First Trailer For Ridley Scott's Live-Action 'Halo'

Series will prequel ‘Halo 5′

Jimmy Kimmel Proves No One Knows What A Smartwatch Is

‘It’s kind of, like, old school, but still in style’

Burglar Gets Eight Years After His Break-In Is Caught On Xbox Live

Xbox fans play the latest games as DJ Joel Thomas Zimmerman " Deadmau5" performs during the Xbox One fan celebration and launch party in Los Angeles

‘This was a terrifying incident for the victims’

9/11 Commission Warns US Unprepared For A Possible 'Cyber-Pearl Harbor'

An employee works near screens in the virus lab at the headquarters of Russian cyber security company Kaspersky Labs in Moscow

‘The Internet’s vulnerabilities are outpacing the nation’s ability to secure it’

The Sun Could've Destroyed Civilization Two Years Ago

Not a Syfy Original (yet)

Senate 'Within Inches' Of NSA Reform Ahead Of August Recess

U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy is joined by representatives as they announce legislation to restore key provisions of the Voting Rights Act, in Washington

Bill will reportedly create ‘clear cut guidelines of what [intelligence agencies] can and cannot do’

North Korea Launches Cooking Website Despite Lack Of Internet Access, Food

NK Front Page

Site offers useless recipes and unintentionally hilarious proverbs

Passenger Kicked Off Flight For Tweeting About 'Rude' Gate Agent

‘Choose a kinder airline’

Now You Can Repel Mosquitoes With An App

Apparently mosquitoes really hate the sonic frequencies emitted by this app

GM Announces New Recalls Covering More Than 700,000 Vehicles

Total vehicles recalled in 2014 reach 30 million

SpaceX Releases Video Of Its Reusable Rocket Landing

‘At this point, we are highly confident of being able to land successfully on a floating launch pad or back at the launch site’

Apple Denies Building Back Doors For Government Surveillance

‘We have designed iOS so that its diagnostic functions do not compromise user privacy and security’

Meet The Ultimate Self-Defense Weapon: Camera, Automated 911, Pepper Spray

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Feeling nervous? Try the ‘Defender’

Gov't Report Confirms That Southwest Solar Plant Blinds Airline Pilots

Heliostats reflect sunlight onto boilers in towers during the grand opening of the Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System in the Mojave Desert near the California-Nevada border

Told ya so

Verizon's New Rewards Program Could Track You

The Verizon building in New York

Want to earn Verizon points? Gotta let ‘em track you … so they can ADVERTISE

Jon Stewart Wants America To Help Him Buy CNN

‘CNN… has been terrible for many, many years. Does it have to be that way?’

Google Might Turn New York Payphones Into Wi-Fi Hotspots

Tech companies meet to discuss free Wi-Fi for New Yorkers

Toyota On Cutting Edge To Quiet Children In Back Seat

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Parents can now yell at their children without turning around

Silicon Valley Hackathon Aims To Improve North Korean Press

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un visits the Kumsusan Palace of the Sun at midnight on Tuesday on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the demise of President Kim Il Sung

Human rights groups seeks tech sector innovation to spread information

Chinese Hackers Successfully Take Over A Tesla

California automaker to begin investigation

Fighter Pilots Are Getting New Helmets Fit For Iron Man

Iron Man Mark VII HUD Avengers

BAE Systems Striker II gives pilots ‘superhuman’ vision

CIA To Start Using Amazon Cloud System

Ceremonial Swearing-In Of Leon Panetta Is Held At CIA Headquarters (Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images)

After a long struggle with logistics, money, and legal suits, the intelligence community has a new database

MIT's New Robotic Hand Gives You Two Extra Fingers

‘You feel the robot as an extension of your hand’

Amazon's Being Sneaky With This New Commercial

Amazon’s Fire Phone ad isn’t about the phone, it’s about Amazon Prime

MIT Offers A Really Cool Course - Oh, And It's Free

640px-MIT_logo_svg (Photo: MIT/Wikimedia Commons)

Lots of universities offer free courses, but MIT has some really neat ones

Fans Can Finally Hook Up With Conan On Tinder

‘Naturally, because I’m a creep, I’m intrigued’

Amazon Announces Ebook Subscription Service

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos demonstrates the Kindle Paperwhite during Amazon's Kindle Fire event in Santa Monica

Amazon Unlimited takes the Netflix approach to books

New App Lets You Track And SELL Your Personal Data

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‘We need market driven change to help get the trust and realize all the benefits’

Selfie Toasters Are HERE

‘If we squint and can’t see your face, we will cancel the order’

S-E-X SELLS: Tesla's New Model Fills Out The Company Lineup

‘Ford’s trying to kill sex! So we’ll have to think of another name’

Senate Passes Cellphone Unlocking Bill, Lets Users Keep Phones, Switch Carriers

A man takes a photo of the U.S. Capitol, on the eve of a potential federal government shutdown, in Washington

Bill moves to conference and White House

Check Out This Pavilion Made By Robots, Modeled After A Flying Beetle

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It’s made of woven carbon fiber and used for research

Hold On To Something. Aston Martin Just Unveiled A 201-MPH V-12 Monster [VIDEO]

‘The mechanical embodiment of this company’s exceptional spirit’

FBI Labels Driverless Cars As Lethal Weapons

Report shows fears of criminal applications of automated vehicles

Apple Announces Partnership With IBM

Apple Inc CEO Tim Cook speaks on stage about the new iPad during an Apple event in San Francisco

The two tech giants are out to transform mobile industry

Time Warner Turns Down $80 Billion Takeover Bid From Fox's Rupert Murdoch

‘The Time Warner board of directors declined to pursue our proposal’

Pentagon Approves Limited Flight For F-35 Ahead Of Potential Air Show Debut

Grounding order lifted amid ongoing runway fire investigation

Could Former Obama Press Secretary Jay Carney Be Apple's New PR Head?

White House Press Secretary Jay Carney waves goodbye after giving his final briefing at the White House in Washington

Apple looking for someone to ‘put a friendlier, more approachable face on Apple’s public relations efforts’

Hyundai Exec Claims US Tax Dollars Fund Tesla Superchargers

A Tesla model S car with an electric vehicle charging station is displayed at Frankfurt Motor Show

Tesla has used ‘money that has come from grants and loans from the government’

US Government Wants A 'Model City' To Test Wireless Tech


FCC requests public comment about starting a huge experiment

Jaguar Shows Off Augmented Reality Concept Windshield

Tell me this isn’t the coolest thing

FCC Website Conveniently Shuts Down On Last Day Of Net Neutrality Commenting

Agency extends the deadline to Friday because of the error

Don't Want The NSA To Spy On You? Use A Typewriter

Germany takes their cue from Russia and gets typewriters to facilitate digital security

Obama Administration Claims Right To Access U.S. Company Data Stored Overseas

A shadow of a man using his mobile phone is cast near Microsoft logo at the 2014 Computex exhibition in Taipei

‘The extraordinary reach of the demand here raises serious questions about its legitimacy’

NYPD Installing Rooftop Sensors To Track And Pinpoint Gunfire

A NYPD car patrols the zone of Manhattanville houses in New York

‘The purpose of the system is to both detect and to deter gunfire activity’

David Letterman Asks The Top Ten Questions About Google's New Robots

‘Robotic mule? You mean John Kerry?’

Half Of All Wiretaps Happened In Just Four States Last Year

An illustration picture shows the logo of the U.S. National Security Agency on the display of an iPhone in Berlin

Reports shows increasing number of wiretaps, but also increased resistance

The First On-Board Video Of The Most Powerful Electric Race Cars

Try 0 to 60 in 2.8 seconds

Newsbeat: The 'Audio Book' For Newspapers

The app fuses radio, podcasts, and story time

Science: Marijuana Can Help Slow Cancer Tumor Growth

But the scientists don’t want you to self-medicate

White House Declines To Help Tesla Beat State Laws, Sell Cars Direct

A sign is shown in the window of a Tesla Model S electric automobile at a Tesla Motors showroom at Corte Madera Village, an outdoor retail mall, in Corte Madera

‘We understand that pre-empting current state laws on direct-to-consumer auto sales would require an act of Congress’

Google's Right to Be Forgotten Hypocrisy

A Google search page is seen through a magnifying glass in this photo illustration taken in Brussels

‘Google’s hypocrisy is legion in opposing Europe’s ‘right to be forgotten’ court decision, and in implementing it in such a passive-aggressive way’

Attention, Coffee Addicts: The Best New Invention Since The French Press

Hipsters drinking coffee (via Twitter)

The tech industry brings you a coffee cup lid that prevents spills and enhances smell and flavor

BAE Is Going All 'Transformers' With Its New Pentagon Plane Concepts

Transforming, self-healing, laser-wielding jets of the future

Funny Tweets Aside, The CIA Could Actually Have Your Password

The logo of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency is shown in the lobby of the CIA headquarters in La..

‘As it happens, the NSA files we examined included 1,152 ‘minimized U.S. passwords’

Water Droplets May Be Able To Charge Smartphones

You may never have to worry about getting your phone wet again

New System Might Make Airport Security Less Terrible

Security compnay strives to ‘preserve human liberty while offering the most advanced security-screening technology in the industry’

Russia Will Likely Extend Snowden's Asylum Because 'His Life Is Endangered'

‘I see no problem in prolonging the temporary asylum’

Google Tracks You But Doesn't Want To Read Your Mind

Screenshot from a demo video of the MindRDR (

Google says the MindRDR is not ok

Check Out Elon Musk's New Hyperloop Photos

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The future of travel is revealed in these stunning sketches

Kids Teach Robots To Play Angry Birds

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Georgia Tech’s new program aims to rehabilitate disabled children, implement robots into society

Facebook Users Are Outraged With Steven Spielberg For Killing This Triceratops

Steven Spielberg Jurassic Park

‘He’s a disgusting inhumane prick’

Elon Musk Donates $1 Million For Nikola Tesla Museum To Appease Web Comic

To match Insight POWER/ACDC

‘Happy Nikola Tesla Day’

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

Accurate at over one-mile away

New Twitter Accounts Announce Wikipedia Edits By Government Officials

‘There is an incredible yearning in this country… to provide more transparency about our democracies’

Scientists: Farts Might Help Prevent Disease

Photo Credit: Getty Images

For real

Edward Snowden's Tinder Profile Is Attracting Some Female Surveillance


‘Good with computers. Optimist. Love to travel’

MindRDR: A Creepy Biosensor Strapped To Your Head

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It looks like something out of a sci-fi movie

Cool Time Lapse Video: Tokyo To San Francisco In Seconds

Slightly mind-blowing

FTC Sues Amazon Over In-App Spending

‘We’re alleging Amazon failed to comply with a basic principle of consumer protection’

LG Creates Flexible, Paper-Thin TV Screens


Promises a 60-inch flexible screen by 2017

NOBODY PANIC: Microsoft Ends Windows 7 Mainstream Support

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PC users will be forced to upgrade to the dreaded Windows 8…or else just buy a Mac

Silent Circle App Protects Calls From Government Snooping

The Blackphone, an Android software-based mobile which encrypts texts, voice calls and video chats, is displayed after being launched during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona

New service provides encrypted calling to protect your conversations

World's Tallest Buildings Will Be Green ... And Pink

Tall Buildings In China

And super futuristic

Entire F-35 Fleet Quietly Grounded Ahead Of July 4 Holiday

Handout photo of third Marine Aircraft Wing's first F-35B arrives on the Marine Corps Air Station Yuma flightline

‘It absolutely doesn’t do anything to shake our confidence in the F-35 program’