Experimental Laser on the Tip of Chinese Hypersonic Missile Makes It Faster
China is cooking up an experimental laser mounted on the tip of their hypersonic missiles. The laser is believed to help the rocket go faster than Mach 5 as it is touted to travel.
Russian Federation Developing Underwater Aircraft Carrier Submarine Prototype to Increase Its Naval Advantage
Russia is taking another step with developing an underwater aircraft carrier submarine to see service sometime in the future. Having this capability hedges on the strength of the Soviet Navy as the next maritime force to watch out for, which is feared even by the Americans.
US To Send F-22 Fighter Jets Amid Tensions With China
This month, the U.S. Air Force will deploy over two dozens of F-22 stealth aircraft to a training exercise in the western Pacific.
Child Tax Credit: Here's Why You Might Have Received the Wrong Amount
The IRS is sure to make a few errors with a backlog of 35 million returns to process as of early July and now with child credit payments to distribute to 35 million households every month.
SR-71 Spy Plane Shows Off Farewell Flight As It Hurtles from Coast to Coast in the US at Mach 2.2
On its last sortie before retiring, the incomparable SR-71 spy plane gave an amazing farewell flight that highlights its supernal speed. The plane still has its secrets that have not been declassified and are the only plane capable of the feats it has accomplished.
US Maritime Force Gets Serious, Naval Top Gun School for Submariners Established to Improve Tactics for Undersea Warfare
As the battle for control of the seas gets heated, a naval top gun school for submariners established is for Underwater combat. China and Russia are contesting the dominance of US sub forces, so the US Navy is training in underwaters assets to fight smart and win.
Modernizing Manufacturing- How Technology Can Drive Innovation
Innovation is the mainstay of business success, and organizations that are quick to modernize gain a competitive advantage that takes them ahead.
Elon Musk Admits He Still Owns Cryptocurrencies; Price of Ethereum Surges
The price of Ethereum surged Wednesday afternoon after Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, revealed he owned the cryptocurrency at the Crypto Council for Innovation's The B Word conference.
Looking Back At the Northrops YF-23: What Could Have Been the Better Stealth Fighter
Before the F-22 Raptor became America's newest stealth fighter, the Northrop YF-23 was one option that could have defeated it. The designer of the diamond winged fighter took a different step from the winning design.
Dubai Govt Creates Artificial Rainstorms to Combat Rising Temperatures
Researchers from the University of Reading in the United Arab Emirates created artificial rainstorms across the region to combat the rising temperatures. The process forces clouds to produce large raindrops that are able to reach the ground and cool down the region's temperature.
Internet Outage Affects Multiple Websites Including Akamai, Amazon, and Google; 911 Services Go Down
After Akamai, a content distribution firm, suffered a "disruption" in its DNS system on Thursday, multiple numbers of websites went down.
7 Things Every Gamer Should Own
If you’re serious about gaming, you need the right gadgets. There is so much you can buy as a gamer to improve your experience.
Hackers Demand $50 Million from the World's Most Valuable Oil Producer
Saudi Aramco, the world's most valuable oil corporation, has acknowledged that corporate data was stolen by one of its contractors.
US Uranium Tank Shells Are the Secret Weapons for Destroying Enemy Armor
The Abrams main battle tank (MBT) has more than big, it fires uranium tank shells that are the secret weapons for busting through metal plates like butter. Tanks are made to overcome everyone on the battlefield, but Americans use their U-238 depleted penetrator to destroy most armor with ease.
Israeli Air Force F-15I Ra’am: High Performance Version, Optimized and Homegrown for Air-to-Air Combat
The Strike Eagle of McDonnell Douglas is one of the best fighters in service, but the Israeli Air Force F-15I Ra' becomes its ultimate variant. This strike fighter is an example of what the IAF can do to tweak for its unique requirements while upgrading it to make it more potent.