The United States uses a whole arsenal of tools to carry out the targeted killing policy detailed in a recent DOJ memo. Why is everyone focusing on drones?
The DoD's track record shooting missiles from the sky with laser beams is checkered at best, but DARPA is nonetheless taking a new 150-kilowatt energy beam into trials.
Functional MRI could reveal which dogs are best suited to a life of military service.
With Super Bowl XLVII coming up Sunday, we take a look at how military tech has changed the game.
Perfect for differential equations, group vocabulary exercises, and stopping a 9mm round at close range.
The Phoenix program is building a robot that can repurpose dead satellites into new ones in space.
Or, how to accessorize in Waziristan.
Dragon Empire is a real book about a fictional war with China, which will fund a real laser weapon designed for a real war with China.
The Navy's 'Upward Falling Payloads' could hide in the ocean depths until needed, then launch to quickly create a distributed presence across a maritime region.
Okay, we know we're a little late on this, but that's because there was so much amazing stuff to sift through!
With China holding the vast majority of the world's rare earths resources, the DOE is looking to diversify its sources.
Austin-based TrackingPoint shows off its new 'precision guided firearms' that allow the shooter to choose the shot before pulling the trigger.
The Pentagon's mad scientists want to bring brain scans to the smartphone, swarming satellites to space, and self-healing software everywhere.
Locata's technology goes where GPS can't, delivering a signal one million times stronger than those beamed from satellites.
It was a huge year for 3-D printing technology, which touched everything from sports to chemistry to firearms.