You get an A+ in robot-hacking!
An Oregon startup wants to sell you peace of mind by messing with drones. Our guess? This is only the beginning of what could be a very lucrative market.
The Pentagon is testing an unmanned helicopter that can detect electromagnetic emissions from IEDs. Codename: HELIPANDA (we wish)
Their first foe? Astronaut litter.
And calm your drone-panicked nerves!
It's possible, but don't expect airliners to start firing lasers tomorrow.
North Korea has basically zero chance of hitting anyone but themselves with a nuke. But if they did manage to launch a missile, what technology do we have to stop it?
The White House backs a remarkable boost in space-based war technology. Here's the blueprint.
Keeping up with the droneses
But unless the rest of the Iranian Air Force improves significantly, this drone isn't a threat.
Can it sink aircraft carriers?
Like birdwatching, but for military robots.
It's tough to hit a moving rocket with a moving rocket. Here's how Israel's new domestic missile defense system is doing it with unprecedented accuracy.
Cyborg animals, psychotropics and flying lasers are just some of the terrifying weapons government labs have cooked up over the years
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 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.
Commercial aviation: Despite a clear and present terrorist threat, commercial jets remain vulnerable to missile attack.
It's unlikely it was a portable missile launcher.
Coordinated swarms of drones could pollinate crops, monitor traffic, and more.
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