Military Drones Attack Humans for the First Time, Can We Really Rely on AI Programming?
Just like the movies, military drones attack humans enabled by the programming as machine AI advances fast.
Navy Railgun Project Ends, US Navy Stops Funding for Less Powerful Railgun
The Navy Railgun project ends as the funding for the futurist kinetic weapon is shelved for other weapon developments.
US Space Force Just Launched a Tactical Satellite After 21-Day Deadline
The US Space Force just launched a tactical satellite that was an exercise in quick deployment, and it was done as ordered.
Two South Korean Shipbuilders Will Feature New Designs for a New Light Aircraft Carrier
Two South Korean shipbuilders will be showing designs for a new light aircraft that will be designated as the CVX, a future light aircraft carrier. These ships will be a cheaper version of larger ones operated by the US Navy.
How to Create Bio QR Code for all Your Social Media Pages?
QR code is now used to access digital menus across foodservice businesses such as restaurants, cafés, hotels, bars, and bakeries. Guests can access a reliable and hygiene-friendly digital menu QR code.
China’s ‘New’ Stealth Fighter FC-31: Is It a Match for the F-35 Lightning II?
The west has seen China's 'New' stealth fighter FC-31 that was first released in 2012, others think it can match the F-35. How true is this?
Why Should You Opt For The Add Ons While Playing Any Game
Games are not just time pass, many people are there who play games passionately. Winning games is an emotion for them. Most of them play on computers.
A Lethal Russian Stealth Corvette Might Be Sailing Soon, a Reminder To Other Nations It Can Search and Destroy Subs
President Vladimir Putin is intent on building a Russian stealth corvette that can wipe out maybe even the USS Sea Wolf but have a complement of weapons that might overcome the Arleigh-Burke Aegis Destroyer.
An Unknown Pygmy Blue Whale Population is Found by Bomb Detector Microphones Unexpectedly
By an array of bomb-detecting microphones was instrumental in the accidental finding of an unknown pygmy blue whale population in the Indian Ocean after analyzing their songs.
NYC Law Department Hacked, Investigation Continues
A breach of the city's Law Department has prevented government lawyers from accessing papers and may have exposed sensitive personnel information of thousands of employees.
Jeff Bezos is Going to Space, Another Seat in the Rocket is Available for Bidding
Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos is scheduled to join Blue Origin's first commercial flight into outer space with his brother Mark. The company is also auctioning one of the flight's seats to the public and is turning heads for the first tourism flight into space.
Colonial Pipeline Ransom Mostly Recovered, but US Still Vulnerable to Attacks
Colonial Pipeline recovered majority of the $4.4 milljon in cryptocurrency ransom paid to restore the energy system, but Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said US' rivals are capable of shutting down the energy grid.
Walmart to Give 740,000 Free Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro to Its Associates
Walmart employees can now use their new Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro at home and at work without compromising their privacy.
'Anonymous' Threatens Elon Musk for Tweets That "Troll" Crypto Market, Says SpaceX CEO Has No Concern for Humanity
The decentralized hacktivist collective, "Anonymous," allegedly posted a viral video threatening SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk for his statements regarding Bitcoin. The group accuses Musk of being responsible for destroying the lives of many people when he crashed the market.
Nigerian Government Bans Twitter After Deleting Tweets from President
Amid the censorship and controversies that Twitter faces, the social media giant decares access to its access as a "human right."