The first new type of hand grenade to be developed in 40 years
Slow and clunky Android phones are being retired for zipper iPhones with sharper displays.
A selection of the most amazing machines to serve our armed forces, from air, land and sea.
Police bosses finding it hard to hire new armed officers, as cops worry about the consequences of actually shooting someone.
This totally looks like the beginning of World War III but thankfully it’s just Operation Trident Juncture, a military exercise by NATO. Click through for the full impressive / terrifying video.
The mechatronic arm exoskeleton is about as apocalyptic as it sounds.
See poor old Derek get stomped out of the way.
For the US Army, it depends on the type of weapons, and what their needs are.
The Computation Weapon Optic is like putting a computer on a rifle; it's a genius device that includes thermal imagining, nightvision, smart crosshairs and more cool gadgetry.
Google Glass gets Italian chic, transparent clay is all the military rage, and a weight-loss pill might actually be real. Your BitStream news cheat-sheet awaits.
Vehicles do need to be able to protect their occupants, and one of the dangers occupants of military vehicles face is, of course, explosions.
This move is meant to encourage developers to add custom modules that'll help the Army understand what happens when they get attacked.
The ring is accused of breaking into servers and stealing $100m (£60m) worth of games and military training software.
According to the soldiers who've tested the Pentagon's prototypes, the tech can't come soon enough.
And by "new" we mean developed in the early '00s
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