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US Marines Want Autonomous Robotic Teams

Battle robots are still not a reality, and one of the things holding them back is that they’re not really autonomous. To 
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Anonymous To Take On Banks

Hacktivist collective Anonymous have found a new target to wage cyber-war on: economic institutions. Anonymous have released a message warning of a 
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Is ISIS Building A Navy?

After establishing a reign of terror on lands in the Middle East and certain regions in Northern Africa, ISIS wants to extend 
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Patrol Cars Can Now Turn Into Mobile Police Stations

Police departments the world over are keeping an eye out for any new technology that might aid them in doing their job 
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Researchers Discover Process to Combat the Effects of Nerve Agents

Sarin is a colorless, odorless liquid fatal even at very low concentrations. Serious sarin poisoning causes visual disturbance, vomiting, breathing difficulties and, 
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UK Border Guards “Powerless” To Stop Returning Jihadists

According to an anonymous whistleblower, British border guards are “virtually powerless to stop and detain” returning jihadists fighters, Britain’s Telegraph reports. UK 
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iHLS Defense and HLS Accelerator Still Receiving Applications

The program enables startups to reach a level of maturity for pilot and investment while exposing them to investors, partners, and potential 
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Ex-DARPA Chief: Technology Advancing Too Fast For Governments

The former head of the US Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Kaigham (Ken) Gabriel, has warned that technology is advancing too 
SIERRA VISTA, AZ - OCTOBER 30:  The new MQ-9 Predator B, an unmanned surveillance aircraft system, unveiled by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), is seen at Libby Army Airfield at Ft. Huachuca October 30, 2006 in Sierra Vista, Arizona. CBP will use the new MQ-9 Predator aircraft to patrol the southern border of the United Sates in order to stop the illegal entry of thousands of Mexican nationals and drug runners who use the vast expanses of the Sonoran desert to cross into southern Arizona, daily. The new unarmed plane flew briefly for the press to show off its surveillance  capabilities by pilots of the contractor, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems. Agents of CBP will start training on the use of the aircraft very soon. The Predator will start full scale flight operations along the Mexico-Arizona border today.  (Photo by Gary Williams/Getty Images)

US Border Control Wants Drones, Radios, Fences

The US federal agents tasked with patrolling the US-Mexico border have come up with a new shopping list of items they think 
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The FBI Doesn’t Know How iPhone Hack Works

The FBI paid around $1m for the hack used to unlock the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone 5C, but doesn’t know how it 
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Holocaust Memorial Day – The Dangers to Israel Are Greater Than Ever

Arie Egozi On the eve of the Holocaust memorial day we should remind those who forgot or those who deny that the 
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US Steel: China Uses Cyber Stealth To Steal Secrets

US Steel Corporation, one of the world’s largest producers of steel, has filed a complaint with the US International Trade Commission (ITC) 
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F-35 Too Buggy To Fly

The F-35 fighter jet’s software is so buggy, it could just ground the whole fleet, Vice’s Motherboard reports The F-35’s logistics system 
A French antirot police (CRS) officer tries to prevent illegal migrants from hiding in trucks heading  for England in the French northern harbour of Calais, on June 17, 2015.  AFP PHOTO / PHILIPPE HUGUEN

Drones Will Monitor Border In Calais

Border control officers will now be using drones to monitor the movement of unathorised migrants attempting to cross the English Channel tunnel