2020-02-18 - Lou Covey

IoT: We’re Not Keeping up With Security Threats

Building secure IoT devices is not keeping up with the growth of malware. While authentication is a fundamental part of…

2019-07-19 - Rick Merritt

$1.5B for Advanced Research Projects

Top chip vendors gather this week for the second annual summit of a landmark U.S. research program to drive semiconductors…

2019-07-11 - George Leopold

Micro-convective Cooling Emerges to Take the Heat

An MIT spinoff is promoting on-chip micro-convective cooling as a way to beat the heat.

2019-07-10 - Rick Merritt

Intel Shows First Glimpse of Packaging Technologies on Roadmap

Intel's exascale supercomputer project may be the first to use one of three chip-stacking techniques Intel disclosed on its roadmap.

2019-05-28 - Hailey Lynne McKeefry

6 Promising Space Projects Supported by NASA

The second phase offerings in NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts (NIAC) program promise new innovative options in space

2019-05-03 - George Leopold

U.S. Air Force Aims to Dominate EMS

The service is the latest branch to get its electronic warfare house in order

2019-03-13 - George Leopold

DARPA Hopes to Revolutionise Access to Space

DARPA has settled on a winged design for its spaceplane that would be propelled by a version of Aerojet Rocketdyne’s…

2019-02-26 - George Leopold

Supercomputers to Simulate Battlefield Conditions

Weapon complexity and the attendant costs along with a shortage of weapon test ranges are forcing military planners to rely…

2019-02-19 - Hailey Lynne McKeefry

RISC-V: A Boon for Military and Aerospace

RISC-V is getting attention from just about every vertical market, but it offers a number of particular benefits for military/aerospace…

2019-02-13 - George Leopold

Geopolitical Instability Pushing Advances in C4ISR

A market watcher sees steady reductions in electronics size, weight and power requirements.