War in space will not look as good as Star Wars, rather, it will simply wipe out communications, destabilise economies and create clouds of high speed debris.
The army will set aside over $50 million for the development of the new Expanded Mission Area Missile (EMAM).
From North Korean hacking groups to a JPMorgan Chase "technical" glitch affecting multiple online banking customers, here are the top cyber-related news stories of the week.
Light, fast and highly capable, the Mwari could join the USAF soon.
Global warming could cause the Svalbard Global Seed Vault to flood and these upgrades are countermeasures.
The man snuck onto to the ice shortly after the speed skating event and quickly disrobed to reveal the words "Peace + Love" scrawled across his chest.
"Lol. Suck it, Mike Pence," one Twitter user wrote tauntingly.
Multiple irked customers also took to Twitter and Reddit to complain about the glitch that seemed to affect users of both the Chase.com website and the bank's mobile app.
"I've been waiting for one last straw before closing my Facebook account," one person tweeted. "This VR Shooting Game at CPAC is it."
We go hands on with Nintendo's unexpected and creative new creation for Nintendo Switch, which tasks players with building their own peripherals.
"I'm so impressed with what they've done here," security expert Troy Hunt tweeted.
A new smartphone will be announced at Mobile World Congress that is designed specifically for hands on workers.
The craft features a unique four-winged design to reduce turbulence and drag at ultra-fast speeds.
Scientists used satellites, machine learning and ship-tracking tech to shed light on the extent of commercial fishing worldwide.
A single tweet from Kylie Jenner has managed to severely dent investor confidence in Snapchat. In just one night, the company's value dropped by $1.3 billion.
A Twitter troll is begging for forgiveness after he was exposed as a 28-year-old father of two in Scunthorpe.
A developer used augmented reality platform Unity and simulated the entire scene with a few critical twists.