HP Enterprise let Russia review the Pentagon's security software
The review was conducted while HPE was trying to sell the software in Russia.
Kalashnikov's next military gear might be hoverbikes
The company flew a prototype that runs on batteries and gets its boost from 16 rotors.
Security lapse exposed thousands of military contractor files
The personal info of Americans with Top Secret clearance were left in a public server.
Russia is targeting US military personnel with online propaganda
The Kremlin is not only spying on, but trying to influence American servicemembers.
DARPA wants your gaming tactics for its drone army
The program will pair ground troops with future UAV flotillas that will use player-developed strategies.
US government wants cyber forces that think like the enemy
The military aims to run practice scenarios throughout the year.
DARPA is developing an unjammable communications chip
The new chip will give American forces a significant advantage over China and Russia.
DARPA's steerable bullet proves it can hit moving targets
DARPA announced that its self-steering bullet program, dubbed the Extreme Accuracy Tasked Ordnance...
US military will spend $23 billion on cyber defense, create its own secure 4G network
The US Department of Defense told a Washington thinktank yesterday that it would spend $23 billion...