Activision Blizzard is ramping up development of its planned Call of Duty movie, with Sicario 2: Soldado director Stefano Sollima in talks to helm the project.
Trophy APS protects tanks by firing at the threat and destroying them before they reach the tank.
Neil Harbisson believes that governments should slowly accept people who want to extend their personality with hi-tech implants.
The Tesla is headed for an orbit between Mars and the asteroid belt.
GPU manufacturers are scrambling to deal with rapidly rising demand for graphics cards.
SpaceX has an installed capacity to build about 400 rocket engines per year, that is, over 100 launches by 2020.
The new variant of AndroRAT disguises itself as an app called TrashCleaner, which once installed, can allow hackers to perform various malicious activities.
Foreign office minister for cybersecurity Lord Ahmad has criticised Russian military for the NotPetya attack that crippled Ukraine and 64 countries.
A quick search of a new employee's Twitter history has led to the New York Times sacking Quinn Norton.
It is rare that Samsung is not at the forefront of new tech, but two features have eluded it for years. It appears the South Korean giant might finally include stereo speakers.
"This sounds like something from the Great Depression, not 2018," Democratic Representative Jim McGovern tweeted.
The Su-35 is one of Russia's most dangerous fighters and is waiting for a major upgrade soon.
The Navy's rail gun project is dead, but four new lasers are in the horizon.
"Salon never has access to your personal files or information during this process," the media site notes.
Based on the Midway Games series of the same name, Rampage is about big monsters transformed by powerful mutagens that get into one almighty scrap.
Widely believed to be linked to the North Korean regime, Lazarus Group has been linked to the 2014 Sony hack and the WannaCry ransomware attack in 2017 among others.
Researchers devised a way to teach small drones to see and detect the environment they fly through without depending on intricate maps.
Activision is reportedly working on a new trilogy of remasters based on Insomniac Games' Spyro the Dragon series for the original PlayStation.