drones
Britain's Lost 450 Military Drones In Just Five Years

Drones are the big thing in warfare at the moment, and they're already in use by the British military across both Afghanistan and Iraq -- eyes, ears, and killers in the sky. Unfortunately they keep getting busted, shot down, or just plain lost, and we've apparently gone through around 450 of the things in just five years. Read More >>

weapons
The Army is Finally Replacing Its 75-Year Old Pistols

What with our Armed Forces being asked to fight pretty damn hard all over the Middle East, you'd think that they have high-tech cutting-edge weapons to do the dirty with, right? Ha, you joker. Actually, up until today, the issue Army sidearm was a Belgian-made thing designed in the 1920s. Read More >>

space
Our Skynet Communications System is Growing, But Still Friendly

The Ministry of Defence has launched a new communications satellite, making its Skynet comms network bigger and better than ever. And yes, it is called Skynet. Read More >>

4g
Ministry of Defence Flogging its Own 4G-Ready Radio Spectrum

Our cash-strapped MoD is about to receive a bit of a windfall, thanks to plans to sell off a chunk of radio spectrum it currently uses for emergency services. Read More >>

iphone
Make Yourself an iPhone 5 Right Now, Kinda

On the face of it, not a lot is changing for the next generation iPhone, well, in design aesthetic at least. Which is great news for those of us stuck with an iPhone 4 or 4S, because you can turn it into a pretty convincing iPhone 5 with just a quick mod. Read More >>

google
Google Glass Has an Android-Powered Competitor That You Can Buy Right Now

If you like the look of Google Glass but are desperate to feel like Master Chief right now, then look no further than the MOD Live. This nifty heads-up-display features a control grip with D-pad and plenty of sensors; an altimeter, barometer, 3-axis accelerometer, 3-axis gyro, 3-axis magnetometer, and a temperature sensor. Read More >>

environment
Gordon Brown Demands MoD Takes Action Over Scottish Beach Radiation

Gordon Brown has got stuck into the debate over whether the radiation found on a beach in Scotland needs to be cleaned up, and if so, whose fault it is. The radioactive material found is radium, the original glow-in-the-dark element. Read More >>

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