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The new stealth "superdrone" from BAE Systems will get its maiden flight at the Woomera test range in South Australia.
The iconic aircraft of the Cold War made its debut flight in 1952. The Air Force says the bomber could easily still be flying in the year 2040.
Wind turbines that do not interfere with radar systems used by aircraft have been tested successfully and are close to becoming commercially viable, according to turbine maker Vestas.
Making its second and third dry runs in the desert, the Northrop Grumman prototype is in the early stages of gearing up for eventual maneuvers on an aircraft carrier.
Northrop Grumman celebrates 20 years of the B-2 Spirit aircraft with a two-wheeled ride built by the team behind the American ChopperTV show.
Conservative commentators call for WikiLeaks' Iraq files, actually hosted on Amazon.com servers in California, to be electronically "assaulted."
Ex-NSA and CIA head tells Black Hat crowd that rules for when military can attack foreign networks might exempt power grids and financial networks.
Have a butcher's at the BenQ V2400W LCD monitor. It's 62mm at its fattest point, which makes it the thinnest 24-inch monitor in the world