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SkiTech review: North Face ski gloves (Patrol Glove)

When old technology meets new technology.

By January 28, 2008


Hybrid patrol vehicle called 'safest of its kind'

If blown to bits, modular construction allows two or more of these patrol vehicles to be recombined in the field for drivable unit.

By January 22, 2008


Gun-toting robots on patrol

The Talon has proved its mettle as a bomb-disposal bot. Now the 3rd Infantry Division is taking it to the streets of Iraq with a machine gun attached.

By September 12, 2007


U.S. military expands robot patrols in combat zones

Since conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan began about five years ago, the number of unmanned machines on the ground and in the air has grown manifold.

By August 8, 2007


The Shadow knows hybrid tech and Rat Patrol styling

Grunts go green with General Dynamics Shadow RST-V hybrid recon ride.

By February 10, 2007


'Virtual' fence along U.S.-Mexico border delayed

Citing technical glitches, Homeland Security officials settle for three-year lag to complete first phase of cameras and other surveillance gear in Arizona and Texas.

By February 28, 2008


Could this be the next Holden Crewman?

If GMC's four-door ute concept, the Denali XT, ever makes it into production it could be shipped here as a replacement for the now departed Holden Crewman.

By February 7, 2008


Air Force trains for battles in cyberspace

The Air Force is training 320,000 airmen to use PCs as a counter weapon ready for action in cyberspace.

By January 29, 2008


Thunderbolt's jetpack: Just $100,000 for 75 seconds of flight

Start-up has begun taking orders for its Thunderpack "personal propulsion system." Potential customers include those fed up with "snail-paced commutes."

By January 24, 2008


Pioneering adventurer Fossett: Missing, presumed dead?

Record-breaking pilot is still missing from the Nevada desert after three months.

By January 17, 2008