DARPA's 'Improv' initiative crowdsources solutions to DIY terrorists
If you're a MacGyver type, the Feds would like a word.
Waze app leads IDF soldiers into Palestine, conflict erupts
The app directed them into the Kalandia refugee camp.
Report: ISIS's Twitter propaganda efforts have stalled
Twitter's most recent crackdown appears to be working.
The modular THeMIS mini-tank can be whatever you need it to be
The unmanned vehicle is equal parts hoverboard and tank.
The USAF wants to use the F-35 as a stealth scout plane
They'll leave the big gunning to remotely-guided "arsenal" planes.
Government testing smart parachutes that stay on target
New system relies on mechanical eyes instead of GPS.
DARPA is developing an unjammable communications chip
The new chip will give American forces a significant advantage over China and Russia.
America's first penile transplants will be for war veterans
Revolutionary surgery could help America's wounded warriors as soon as next year.
China and the US create a 'space hotline' to avoid conflicts
The US and China can reach each other directly to make sure a space emergency doesn't lead to a fight.