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U.S. Army Starts Planning For An Armored Vehicle That Skydives
Seventeen years since retiring its last tank capable of air drop, the U.S. Army is in the early stages of developing a new one.
Mysterious Barcode Patterns Strewn Across U.S. Land [Gallery]
Spotted near airforce bases, these curious painted asphalt patterns are Cold War artifacts.
Watch This Guy Fire 600 Rounds With A Partially 3-D Printed Gun
Defense Distributed's new demonstration of their improved 3-D printed gun with a large capacity magazine seems designed to confound--and throw a middle finger to--Congress, which is trying to ban high-capacity...
DARPA Wants To Invent An Aircraft That Hovers Like A Helicopter But Flies Like A Plane
The government research agency says it will spend $150 million to develop a fast airplane that can take off and land like a helicopter.
The U.S. Army’s New 84-Ton Tank Prototype Is Nearly IED-Proof [Updated]
The new Ground Combat Vehicle weighs twice as much as the tank it's designed to replace, and it's massive enough to survive a roadside bomb.
The Reason All Your Favorite Companies Are Being Hacked? Dumb Employees
The major recent corporate hackings all have something in common: human error. The good news is that there's an easy fix.
What The Russian Meteor Explosion Sounded Like
Last week was a busy one for the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty Organization, a detection agency set up to identify … Continued
New Device Treats Brain Injury By Zapping Nerves On The Tongue
The tongue-mounted invention may help soldiers rebuild neural connections after traumatic brain injury.
The 4 Best Conspiracy Theories About The Russian Meteorite
Last week's meteorite impact: cosmic coincidence, or a sign of the Mayan apocalypse? Brush up on the nuttiest theories floating around the Web.
A 12-Story Hacker Headquarters In Shanghai Is The Future Of Espionage
A new report links a major spree of business hacking to a single unit of the Chinese army. Here's what the new era of spying means for cyberdefense.