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Stark Aerospace has recently unveiled ProtectLite Armor, a cost effective lightweight, highly resilient, survivability solution at the 2014 AUSA Annual Meeting & Exposition, being...

The technology gives a glimpse of how the Navy could man and equip itself in the decades ahead. An unmanned seven-meter rigid hulled inflatable...

Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) unveiled its new CIMS (Counter IED and Mine Suite) - an integrated suite of sensors for protection of tactical maneuvering...

A senior Microsoft spokesman says that government surveillance has damaged trust in the cloud and in the company itself, pushing the latter to focus...

The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) wants to crowdsource ideas for software that would make human speech recorded in noisy environments more easily...

The Israeli navy’s fleet of Dolphin-class subs is expanding. The fifth vessel is expected to arrive in Israel within a year’s time and join...

A traffic accident in some remote road in the middle of the night. Someone calls 911, at which point the call center asks 'what...

In this weekly report (7 October 2014): Ebola as seen from space Domestic extremism Summit at the Whitehouse, Hackers unleash Shellshock bug New octocopter UAS Darpa looking into the...

Responding to disasters around the world requires communicating in foreign languages, the US Army’s Science, Technology and Experimentation division has teamed up with government...

DARPA is looking for the next generation of wearable night vision gear. The goal is to design night vision gear that is smaller and lighter...

Announcements by the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) show progress at the National Telecommunications and Information Administration. The First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet), an independent authority...

It is hardly a secret that when some people visit their family members or friends in prison, they have been to known to smuggle...

A first-ever standard “operating system” for drones, developed by a startup with MIT roots, could soon help manufacturers easily design and customize unmanned aerial...

Scientists are working on the technology to control drones using their brains. While they are starting out with small helicopter drones, the eventual goal...

Snipers fired on the Israeli army in Gaza and they may soon be a threat in northern Israel. The Israeli industry has developed some...

Forty years ago, a group of researchers with military money set out to test the wacky idea of making computers talk to one another...

Articles and issues discussed in this week’s report: Chinese hacker indicted Flying cameras assist first responders in latest China earthquake Missouri police militarization Car safety: collision prevention system...

In an emergency, every second counts. But driving at high speeds can compromise the safety of first responders and civilians. There is a new device...

Articles and issues discussed in this week’s report: Al-Qaeda financing sources China vs Microsoft QinetiQ's new airborne communications surveillance systems Terrorists using social media

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has announced the launch of the first authorized app to expedite a traveler’s entry process into the U.S. Mobile...

Who is that stranger in your social media photo? A click on the face reveals the name in seconds, almost as soon as you...

The Pentagon wants its top research arm to give troops some self-destructing devices. Military leaders want to develop semiconductors and computer chips that will...