Military vehicle seating: Keeping American soldiers safe
(Phys.org) —Transportation crashes have accounted for two-thirds of U.S. noncombat military deaths since 2000—a trend University of Michigan researchers are hoping to help reverse.
Lockheed Martin completes functional testing of first GPS III satellite bus electronic systems
A Lockheed Martin-led industry team has completed successful functional integration tests of the spacecraft bus and network communications equipment on the first satellite of the next generation Global Positioning ...
All governments hack secret data, Huawei says
Using the Internet to spy and steal sensitive data is standard practice by all countries, according to the security chief of controversial Chinese telecoms giant Huawei.
US: NYU researchers took bribes from Chinese group
Three New York University researchers from China divulged results from a U.S.-funded study to Chinese competitors in exchange for tuition, rent and other expenses, federal prosecutors said Monday.
Cisco 3Q net income rises 14 percent (Update)
Cisco's net income jumped 14 percent in the latest quarter as revenue at all four of its divisions rose for the first time in a year and a half.
Glove shows its true colors
Security takes top priority in laboratories and in production. In the future, employees exposed to risks will only have to put on a glove in order to receive a toxic substance warning: This textile identifi ...
US budget cuts pare real-time volcano monitoring (Update)
Scientists monitoring Alaska's volcanoes have shut down stations that track eruptions in real time and put off repairing seismic equipment due to U.S. budget cuts—moves that could delay getting vital information ...
Researchers develop metamaterials able to control spread of light
Huawei founder gives first ever media interview
During 26 years at the helm of Chinese tech giant Huawei, founder Ren Zhengfei has never once agreed to be interviewed by a journalist. Until Thursday.
Melding the Web and the tactile: Schools create a virtual classroom that uses museum collections
Alessa Moscoso and Mike Seward peered at the mountain lion just a few feet away. The animal didn't peer back, or do anything else.
Papal conclave: Ancient ritual and high-tech security
There will be no tweeting the results of the papal election from inside the secret conclave: cardinals withdrawing to choose a new pope enter a world apart where ancient ritual meets high-tech security.
Funnel removed from US Navy ship stuck on coral reef
Salvage teams have removed the funnel from a US Navy ship stranded on a UN World Heritage-listed coral reef in the Philippines after bad weather caused weeks of delays, the coastguard said on Wednesday.
Cisco's fiscal 2Q earnings rise above Street views (Update)
(AP)—Cisco's latest quarterly report provided further evidence that spending on technology gear is rising modestly in most parts of the world, despite persisting concerns about a still-shaky economy.
All-terrain technology for developing countries
EPFL is launching "EssentialTech," a unique program in which engineers will in particular produce medical devices custom-designed for the difficult conditions encountered in developing countries.