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Destiny won't offer paid ammo microtransaction, publisher promises

"We're not doing that," Activision says about recent report that claimed Destiny would let you pay real money for ammo packs.

By January 24, 2016


Fallout 4's Junk Jet turns anything into the ammo you need

Low on ammo? Can't afford a new weapon? The Junk Jet in Fallout 4 might be the solution you're looking for. Here's a guide on everything you need to know about this beastly weapon.

By November 16, 2015


Homefront: The Revolution's co-op campaign promises Dark Souls-levels of difficulty

Form a four-man freedom fighter cell and reclaim America with customizable weapons, open-ended tactics, and a free year of downloadable content.

By January 25, 2016


VirnetX expands patent suit against Apple

The security software company, which successfully sued Apple for $368 million in 2010, just got more legal ammo.

By August 6, 2013


Samsung Galaxy S phones hit by EU ruling

The company faces a preliminary injunction on key smartphones in Europe, following a Dutch court ruling today. The decision could also give Apple more ammo in its fight with Android.

By August 24, 2011


'Smart' grenade launcher heads to Afghanistan

The XM-25 makes use of features like a laser rangefinder and microchip-equipped ammo to take on targets out of reach of small arms fire.

By May 8, 2010


Microsoft fights back, but does it have enough ammo?

Microsoft is fighting back and this time, it wants you to know that it's in for a fight. But can all this good Vista PR really solve its problems?

By July 22, 2008


Despite its looks, 'GatLight' has no ammo

It may resemble an antique Gatling gun, but it's an LED flashlight.

By November 8, 2007


Give developers secure-coding ammo

Former White House cybersecurity czar Howard A. Schmidt says programmers need training--and they need to be held accountable for flaws.

November 3, 2005


Chip firm AmmoCore grabs $14 million

Chip designer AmmoCore Technology said Monday it received a $14 million second round of funding. The Santa Clara, Calif.-based company received investments from Bay Partners, Telos Venture Partners, Donald L. Lucas, Crescent Ventures, Cadence Design Systems and RWI Group. AmmoCore has raised a total of $16.5 million and received an increase in valuation with this latest round. The company designs and licenses large semiconductor chips of 3 million to 4 million gates, which basically serves as circuitry that channels electrical signals around the chip based on complicated design rules. AmmoCore's technology also focuses on speeding the design process. See complete list.

By June 11, 2001