Supporters of Syrian President Bashar Al Assad post messages critical of US military efforts in the Middle East.
The Emerald City is brewing plenty of startups, thanks in part to tech giants like Microsoft and Amazon. But can it avoid a rift in the community?
The US Department of Defense teams up with national defense-engineering firm Survice and Malloy Aeronautics, whose hoverbike combines the lift power of a helicopter with the look of a motorcycle, to develop hoverbike technology.
The Japanese company will talk up its latest gadgets during an event in Berlin. The invite hints at a broad array of devices, from smartphones to cameras to TVs.
With drones getting smaller and more powerful, the US Army special forces is testing some expensive handheld surveillance models.
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The military is testing $40,000 handheld surveillance drones that latch onto utility belts.
From fabric keyboards to kit that powers up when the soldier mounts up, Intelligent Textiles is one of the companies on the front line of wearable technology.
The devices will be known as Cityman and Talkman, according to leaks that have hit Twitter.
The apps also now let you stream music from your OneDrive storage space as Microsoft continues its focus on non-Windows mobile operating systems.