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The use of drones and UAVs has grown immensely in various fields during the past few years. A main area of interest is search...
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A Chinese team of researchers released a study that claims robot dogs equipped with machine guns can rival human accuracy and marksmanship, which could...
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Ukraine has allegedly destroyed the Russian warship “Sergei Kotov” in the Black Sea using kamikaze drones. This comes less than two years since Russia’s...
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It is speculated that Yemen’s Houthi rebels cut three cables under the Red Sea that provide global internet and telecommunications, though it is still...
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Raytheon successfully tests its updated Advanced Medium-Range Air-to-Air Missile-Extended Range (AMRAAM-ER) missile variant and has showcased its increased capabilities. According to Interesting Engineering, AMRAAM is an...
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A new approach developed by researchers at the University of California can double the processing power of existing devices without any addition of hardware,...
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The expansion of the digital realm into space has opened new frontiers for cyber threats, posing unprecedented challenges. The satellites orbiting Earth are crucial for...
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UK and US law enforcement led an international operation, successfully disrupting the Russian-linked ransomware specialist LockBit, one of the most harmful cybercrime groups in...
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This historic mission to inspect and monitor a large piece of space junk was launched by Rocket Lab and Astroscale Japan atop an Electron...
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The California-based company EpiSci was chosen by the US Space Development Agency to develop cutting-edge hypersonic missile detection software, leveraging the power of AI...
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A research team at Los Alamos National Laboratory has set a new world record in classifying malware families. They are doing so by using...
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The US House Intelligence Committee issued a warning to Congress about a "serious national security threat" in regards to Russia’s plans for a nuclear-armed...
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The US military is reportedly considering developing acoustic sensors to counter drone threats inspired by Ukrainian prototypes used to find and track Russian drones....
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MIT has developed a new stamp-sized ultrasound sticker that can monitor internal organs for signs of disease (like organ failure) or the progression of...
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BAE Systems has unveiled its latest autonomous collaborative platform (ACP) at the World Defense Show, designed to operate alongside future and current-generation combat aircraft. According...
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SpinEdge is a graduate of the INNOFENSE Innovation Center operated by iHLS in collaboration with IMoD. Computation power and AI-based processing are becoming increasingly prevalent...
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Social media is an unprecedented landscape of opportunities and hazards for brands. One Tweet can make your brand soar to the heights of popularity...
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The rise of ransomware-as-a-service gangs has brought with it a surge of 68% in known ransomware attacks last year, a record level, according to...
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Flysmart+ is an iOS app for pilots to calculate aircraft takeoff performance, weight, and balance, developed by the Airbus subsidiary Navblue. It was recently...
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Yemen’s Iran-backed Houthis have been continuously attacking ships off the coast of Yemen since the beginning of Israel’s war with Hamas, claiming they will...
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Today’s universal computing devices are built of silicon, which is a semiconductor material. According to Interesting Engineering, silicon behaves like a conducting material under...
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A team of engineers recently developed a type of conductive fiber that can be woven into clothes to give them the capabilities of smart...