Air Force has given clearance for its version of the Joint Strike Fighter to begin tests--a major milestone. The program could cost a trillion dollars over the next 50 years.
Romanians arrest suspect accused of hacking into NASA and Pentagon servers in the U.S.
The architecture critic of the Los Angeles Times calls Apple's planned and supposedly futuristic headquarters a "retrograde cocoon"--and some other things.
Some casual measuring of Apple's floor plans for its campus reboot have found that it's slightly larger than another quite famous, uniquely shaped building.
As if AT&T and friends don't have enough problems, the Pentagon says space debris could cause a chain reaction and halt terrestrial communications.
The Air Force wants to replace its aging Space Surveillance System to keep tabs on the threat posed by orbital space junk. Lockheed Martin has a radar prototype.
The souped-up 747 was built to pack a "megawatt-class" laser and cut down enemy missiles before they could do any harm. But the funds ran dry, so it's off to the "Boneyard."
The draft of the federal budget for 2013 pulls back the throttle on the rival Global Hawk program. An Air Force general says the U-2, a design that dates to the 1950s, is "the stronger system."
An $11 million machine under development at the Swiss Space Center aims to tidy up space debris in the near heavens.
Cyberattacks from China have reportedly adopted a variant of the malware known Sykipot to compromise the smart cards used by U.S. government agencies.