U.S. military plans to outsource cyberwar support to private companies
The U.S. plans to pay out $460 million in contracts.
Lawmakers want to know how U.S. protects undersea Internet cables
Can the U.S. protect the most crucial piece of the global communications system?
U.S. government and local police are testing new ways to defend against drones
Drone use—and abuse—is on the rise.
Here's the U.S. military's unusual strategy for recruiting 'cyber warriors'
Better to address this upfront than hide it for later, we suppose.
The U.S. military is developing a hovering motorbike
It can be used for "surveillance."
Sorry, Chuck Norris, Obama isn't planning to invade Texas
That's exactly what someone who was going to invade Texas would say.