Colorado college students were secretly used to train facial recognition
It started in 2012 with funding from US military and intelligence services.
CIA 'Ninja bomb' replaces explosives with six long blades
The Hellfire variant is a more 'humane' approach than explosives.
Israel is the first to respond to a cyberattack with immediate force
It launched an airstrike on Hamas to prevent further attacks.
US Air Force successfully shoots down multiple missiles with a laser
The test could lead to aircraft that can take down any missile threat.
Nikola's new zero-emissions vehicles include a jet ski and a dune buggy
From land to sea, Nikola wants transportation to be clean throughout.
Three teams will compete for millions in DARPA's rocket launch challenge
One mystery competitor wishes to remain anonymous.
US Army shows how it will use HoloLens in the field
That's not necessarily going to assuage critics of military tech, though.
Palmer Luckey's firm wins Pentagon drone AI contract
Google might not support Project Maven, but Anduril will.
US Army email mistake puts hundreds of immigrant recruits at risk
It accidentally shared sensitive data for more than 4,200 recruits.