Soldiers not that interested in Microsoft HoloLens headsets
The US Army could end up wasting much as $22 billion in taxpayer cash on Microsoft HoloLens headsets which soldiers don’t want and can’t use as intended.
Soldiers with phones
The Washington Post reports Russian troops in Ukraine "have relied, with surprising frequency, on unsecured communication devices such as smartphones and push-to-talk radios."
Staying ahead of things
The nation whose “winged hussars” were the terror of Europe has decided to invest to provide a cyber component in its army.
Can also pop corn and reheat coffee and pizzas
The Pentagon notified Congress of its purchase of a microwave weapon system designed to knock down swarms of enemy drones with pulses of energy.
Desperate to automate AI
US generals already see AI as the next big weapon in their arsenal, and while the rest of the world is worried about AI breaking Azimov's first law of robotics, it would appear that the military wants robot troops killing humans on the battlefield by next Tuesday.
A team of Americian Army boffins have emerged from their back-rooms with lithium ion batteries that are resistant to exploding or catching fire.
Free of the involvement of the pesky NSA
After months of delay, the Trump administration is finalising plans to revamp the nation's military command for defensive and offensive cyber operations.
Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Siemens
German manufacturing giant Siemens has developed an army of robot spiders which can work together to build 3D print structures and parts in real time.
Closed off social networking
Battle of the spammers