Road Trip 2010: BBN Technologies is often said to be the place that invented the Internet. Now it's owned by Raytheon and working on innovations designed to protect combat troops, and help them communicate.
Samsung has looked towards the military to provide the firm's next generation of software engineers.
A University of Washington researcher finds that soldiers develop emotional bonds with robots deployed in place of humans -- and that may affect their battlefield performance.
Concerned with enemies infiltrating soldier's social media accounts, the Israel Defense Forces puts the kibosh on social networking for classified and sensitive units.
Netcom spokesperson tells the Monterey Herald that the Defense Department routinely takes preventative "network hygiene" measures to prevent unauthorized disclosure of classified information.
The Australian Department of Defense says that the Taliban is creating fake Facebook profiles with photos of attractive women to lure in and acquire information from soldiers.
The U.S. government awards a $21 million grant to a company tasked with shielding soldiers' Android-based smartphones and tablets from data leaks.
This week on the Buzz Report, point-and-shoot cameras try a new angle, we hope neuroscience doesn't get out of hand, but if it does, we have Friskies cats to watch.
The heat wave that follows bomb blasts exceeds 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit and can cook exposed skin. New face paint that actually deflects heat could offer protection for up to a minute.