Soldiers could soon be wearing an antenna woven into the fabric of their uniform -- attached to a smart phone.
The British Army could disappear in the next five years -- and not because of defence cuts. Backroom boffins at BAE Systems plan to use e-ink, the technology inside the humble ebook reader, to turn tanks invisible.
BAE Systems uses 3D printing to build protective parts for cockpit radios and take-off shafts.
Pew! Pew! The Navy has a terrifyingly accurate and deadly laser it plans to send to the Persian Gulf for further testing this summer.
BAE Systems has unveiled new technology that can turn warcraft invisible and undetectable by infrared surveillance systems.
Defense firm BAE Systems reckons the technology will be the size of a coin -- but it isn't quite ready to fit in your phone just yet.
BAE Systems' unmanned aircraft aims to persuade regulators that UAVs are safe to be flown in the U.K.
The PowerPC RAD750 chip at the heart of the Curiosity Mars rover's central computer can withstand temperature extremes and massive doses of space radiation without the dreaded 'blue screen of death.'
CNET takes you through the five-plus-year process of developing the phone and explains why it's critical to LG's success.