The year in review video shows shots of warships, missile tests, submarines, torpedoes and fighters.
The system scans brain waves to recreate visualisations of thoughts, which carry an uncanny resemblance to what a person is actually seeing or thinking.
A total of 13 unidentified, rudimentary drones, carrying IEDs and guided by GPS, attempted to attack a Russian airbase.
INS Arihant is the most important platform within the country's nuclear triad covering land-air-sea modes.
Emily Crose's AI can pick up hate symbols often used by white supremacists from Twitter, Facebook and Reddit.
Following the successful Zuma mission, SpaceX's new massive Falcon Heavy rocket will be launched later this month.
Lockheed says the new missile is four times as capable as the current system.
The planes took off and landed on the uneven dirt airstrip located in the Melrose Air Force Range training area in New Mexico.
The nuclear button is in the spotlight following the boasts of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump.
Robots inspired by nature are being developed to help with stealth and agility, as well as usher in a new generation of smart drones.
From going to Mercury to taking tourists on space rides, there is a lot to look forward to in 2018.
The new prime number was found in December 2017 by multiplying 77,232,917 twos and then subtracting one.
The Falcon Heavy rocket is now vertical on pad 40, the same launchpad that launched the historic Apollo 11 moon rocket.
Hyundai Motor Co. said Thursday (4 January) it will begin selling its first self-driving vehicles by 2021 in partnership with US-based self-driving technology startup Aurora.
The device has already shown signs of promise, reducing the severity of the condition in 20 patients.
New report warns automation might be deployed to mitigate effects of a higher wage bill.
The unique service, launched jointly by California-based start-up Zipline and Rwanda government, delivers crucial blood bags to remote regions of the nation in 30 minutes or less.
Unlike previous versions, the novel robotic hand is compact enough to be carried and used outside a laboratory.
The technique could provide historians new insights into ancient Egyptians and their everyday lives.
Celestial navigation could be making a major comeback as GPS' vulnerabilities become clear and present.