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  1. Sensors, weapons merging?
  2. UK Future Approach
  3. Joint and Allied Threat Awareness System (Jatas)
  4. New Tactics for Cyber Combat
  5. 3-D Surveillance
  6. What’s Next in National Security Darpa’s New Plans: Crowdsource Intel, Edit DNA
  7. The VOIP threat?
  8. BAE Persistent Surveillance System
  9. DARPA again..........oops sorry! IARPA, the Intelligent version?
  10. GPS and all that.........
  11. Self-generating Power Strips
  12. US Forces allow social comms tools?
  13. DARPA project MOIRE
  14. Gotcha!
  15. Microsoft future developments with obvious Military potential
  16. More TechFest "Toys"............
  17. Mad Scientists Ball!!!
  18. Transparent Earth!
  19. Liberty Airmen Watch Over Afghanistan
  20. UK orders SKYNET 5
  21. USAF To Launch 4 'First-of' Sats in 2010
  22. Better radar on the horizon
  23. Roll Top Computer
  24. Elbit Systems Contract to Supply Command, Control and Communications to Australia
  25. Smart Cameras
  26. Overarching Guidance Is Needed to Advance Information Sharing
  27. "Valiant Angel"
  28. UK buys Rivet Joint
  29. UK 'combat ISTAR' over Afghanistan
  30. Israeli air force showcases G550 surveillance fleet
  31. US Info Ops Contractors to be investigated?
  32. Pentagon: Replace Human Intel With High-Tech ‘Guard Dog’
  33. Where have all the Geeks gone?
  34. Russia to orbit 7 new Glonass satellites in 2010
  35. Harris Completes Final Test of First Navy Satellite Terminal with X- and Ka-band Caps
  36. Project Vigilare Acceptance Testing
  37. Lockheed Martin Completes Design Review for TRACER
  38. Repairing Combat ISR
  39. Commission and EIB Back Launch of Prototype Satellite Alphasat
  40. Defence boosts satellite communications
  41. “All Systems Go” for the Helios IIB Satellite Built by Astrium
  42. France May Pick Scorpion Architect by Eurosatory
  43. Finnish Air Force selects special platform Casa C-295M
  44. Omni-Focus Video Camera to Revolutionize Industry
  45. Improving UAVs Using Holographic Adaptive Optics
  46. Instant-Replay Intelligence?
  47. Airborne Electronic Attack to Become Joint and Centralized
  48. Tracking Noises - with Light
  49. Joint Project 2043, the High Frequency Modernisation project.
  50. Lockheed Martin Receives AMF JTRS Contract
  51. Sharp develops 3D camera system for mobile phones
  52. S'pore govt sets aside $798M for new systems
  53. Rock Phones?
  54. Big Brother is watching you!
  55. Solutions for the Information Technology Enterprise (SITE) contract
  56. HP developing a 'Dick Tracy' wristwatch
  57. AEHF 1 FINALLY Delivered to USAF
  58. Physicists Develop a Quantum Interface Between Light and Atoms
  59. Inside the Air Force’s Secret PsyOps Plane
  60. Sony's Flexible OLED is Thinner Than a Strand of Hair
  61. North Atlantic Industries Rugged Sensor Interface Unit for Remote Data Acquisition
  62. Army to Test Smartphones for Offices, Battlefields
  63. SELEX Galileo’s latest sensor systems on show at UK MoD trials
  64. U.S. Navy, Army Seek Open-Airborne Computing
  65. End Zone to War Zone: Pentagon Wants NFL Tech for Battlefield Replays
  66. LM Develops Tactical Handheld Device for Dismounted Soldier Situational Awareness
  67. SELEX Sistemi Integrati wins Forza NEC contract worth EUR 238 million
  68. Taliban Webmaster: We’ve Been Hacked!
  69. Android Phones
  70. Patria ARIS
  71. Sweden awards contract for Multifunctional Information Distribution Systems terminals
  72. CONRAD Radio System Enters Service with Austrian Armed Forces
  73. Harris Corporation Introduces Modular, Flexible FalconFighter
  74. MP-RTIP Progress Continues
  75. NCOIC Set To Unveil Improved Data Exchange Standards
  76. The U.S. Army is Eying More Missions for the C-12
  77. Autonomous Real-time Ground Ubiquitous Surveillance-Imaging System (ARGUS-IS)
  78. The New Generation of Persistent Wide Area Motion Video Surveillance (WAMI) Systems
  79. EADS Defence & Security supplies nationwide Security Data Fusion System to Finland
  80. Ultra Electronics Wins $650 Mln Worth US Defense Contract
  81. Technology Immediately Identifies the ‘Bad Guys’
  82. Transforming radio communications
  83. On-the-Move Networking
  84. Northrop Grumman contract to provide situational awareness at the tactical edge
  85. CIA Software Developer Goes Open Source, Instead
  86. Apps for the US Army Competition
  87. LandWarNet 2010 Launches in Tampa
  88. UK soldiers use iPad app to train for Afghan operations
  89. The Twilight Of Network-Centric Warfare
  90. Smarter Communication
  91. Carter OKs Weather Sat
  92. 43rd Electronic Combat Squadron Airmen Participate in ISR Demo
  93. We Be Jammin’: Electronic Warriors Protect Troops
  94. Army Asks Industry to Support Warfighter Requirements
  95. HP Holds Navy Network ‘Hostage’ for $3.3 Billion
  96. Autonomous Real-time Ground Ubiquitous Surveillance - Infrared (ARGUS-IR).
  97. Astrium and Avanti Communications launch military and government Ka-band test-bed
  98. Vetronics for the next generation of battlefield combat systems
  99. Darpa Wants You To Build It An Anti-Secrecy App
  100. Fake Computer Chips Threaten Military
  101. Stuxnet worm is the 'work of a national government agency'
  102. On the Phone, Then Boom!
  103. Phone app that tracks planes 'is aid to terrorists armed with missiles'
  104. One Program to Watch Them All: Darpa’s New Snoop Plan
  105. Helyx wins UK MoD contract to define Future Deployable Geospatial Intelligence
  106. New Software May Help Military Spot Terrorists
  107. The US Sentinel Program
  108. CapRock, Tampa Microwave Partner to Provide Man-Packable Military-Grade SATCOM
  109. F-117 mockup in China
  110. Rafael Will Unveil the "Imilite" at LWC
  111. U.K., U.S. To Share Intel As In WWII
  112. Wireless Network After Next
  113. BAE Systems To Transfer ALADDIN Learning to Operational Projects
  114. Israel's Next Generation Spy Satellite Could Be Operational by Late 2012
  115. AFRL Builds Supercomputer With PlayStations
  116. Astrium to build future optical reconnaissance satellites for French Armed Forces
  117. Government/Military Demand for Commercial Satcom Remains Steady Despite Drawdown
  118. Warfighters to Get Improved ‘Eyes in the Sky’
  119. NATO and IBM to Use Cloud Technology for Improved Command and Control
  120. DRS Awarded $30 M Contract for Multi-Spectral Surveillance Suite
  121. Networthiness
  122. Bacteria Work as Hard Drives
  123. Better Communications System to Help Keep Soldiers Safe
  124. USN Super Jammer?
  125. New Terror Propaganda Tool: Bluetooth
  126. Project VIGILARE
  127. ISR Needs Put Fighters in Surveillance Role
  128. General Dynamics UK Strengthens Bowman to Boost Counter-IED Capability
  129. What's on the Radar Tonight?
  130. Lockheed Martin integrates MONAX system with aerostat platform
  131. New Wireless Tech Jams GPS
  132. “We Will Link All the Divisions with the Same Digital Army Program System”
  133. Northrop Grumman's next-generation FBCB2 system approved for fielding
  134. USAF launches review to rebalance airborne ISR fleet
  135. Elisra Unveils Portable COMINT-DF System
  136. AVALON 2011 aspects
  137. Harris to Equip MRAP Vehicles with Falcon Multiband Tactical Radio Systems
  138. Northrop Grumman's Joint STARS demonstrates multispectral intelligence sensor
  139. Lofted Comm Used In Libya Air Strikes
  140. Army continues low-rate production for WIN-T
  141. Boeing Vigilare system completes site acceptance testing
  142. US Army Demonstrating Wideband Waveforms
  143. Darpa Explores the Science of Storytelling
  144. Congress trims State’s Internet freedom funds
  145. Electronic Battlefields Assigned, But Management Remains Elusive
  146. Harris Introduces Tactical 3G Cellular Network-in-a-Box for Warfighters
  147. Expect More Funding for Electronic Warfare Revitalization
  148. PlayStation 3 Clusters Providing Low-Cost Supercomputing to Universities
  149. SPIE 2011: DARPA chief calls for halt in 'data drowning'
  150. Don't Squawk if You Are in ISR??
  151. The Next Generation of Battlefield Management Systems: "Fast Road"
  152. ISR's Big Win Could Shield It From Cuts
  153. Military Wants to Read Satellite Info by Playing Dance Dance Revolution
  154. Boeing wins Combat Survivor Evader Locator contract
  155. C2-Forward concept enhances combat capability
  156. So this is Scorpion
  157. EW 2011: Call goes out for unified EW command
  158. Iran to try to disconnect Internet?
  159. US Biannual Network Tests
  160. Stop the Presses! Spooks Hacked al-Qaida Online Mag
  161. Prophet Enhanced Offers Increased Flexibility, Survivability, Collaboration
  162. US funds secret 'internet in a suitcase' for dissidents
  163. Navy Testbed Helicopter Demonstrates Big Leap In Tactical Networking
  164. Lockheed Martin announces BlackCloud solution
  165. When Secret Sats Spy on Us, Monsieur Legault Spies Back
  166. New Lockheed ISR Pod Derived From Intel Work
  167. Army Builds, Tests Future Network During NIE Exercise
  168. Untangling the Electromagnetic Traffic Jam
  169. Tablets, I-Pads and other such
  170. SpyCloud: Intel Agencies Look to Keep Secrets in the Ether
  171. Someone Tell Obama’s Counterterrorism Crew About the Internet
  172. New Army Radio Not Testing So Well
  173. US DoD orders 6,350 JTRS HMS radios from GDC4S
  174. US Air Force Global Express' to become E-11
  175. Are Small, Networked Satellite Clusters the Future?
  176. E Bomb
  177. Cyber Crooks
  178. WASP: The Linux-powered flying spy drone that cracks Wi-Fi & GSM networks
  179. Critical Need Pushes Prototypes Into Afghanistan
  180. Silicon Glass Stores Data...Forever
  181. Lockheed Martin introduces "network in a box"
  182. LifeNet, a new concept in Comms Networks
  183. Army leaders praise new 'agile' approach to tactical network
  184. Pakistan to ban encryption software
  185. "Spyware’ Incident Spooks Jihadi Forum
  186. The Spy Who Tweeted Me: Intelligence Community Wants to Monitor Social Media
  187. DSEi: ITT Wins Danish, U.K. Contracts
  188. Elbit Systems Tadiran debuts Multi-Band Software-Defined Handheld Radios at DSEi
  189. No iPhones Here: More Designs for Networked Soldiers
  190. DSEi 2011: Next-generation SSE set for AUSA debut
  191. US Military buys Windmill International SPRS
  192. Apple's Steve Jobs Is Dead
  193. Wideband Global Satcom Goes Dutch
  194. Army set to field new quick-reaction technologies
  195. Huge Warplanning Tablet Does Everything But Shoot
  196. Networked System Enhances EW and Cyberdefense
  197. Future Of Mobile Technology Takes Shape - As A Cube
  198. Services Getting More Control Over DIA Intel Systems
  199. U.S. Army gears up for NIE 12.1
  200. L-3 IEC introduces VideoScout-CM2
  201. Counterfeit Chips Plague U.S. Missile Defense
  202. MILCOM 2011: Troposcatter upgrade set for Afghanistan ops
  203. Something a little more serious: huge FBI cybercrime arrest
  204. MILCOM 2011: Militaries fail to appreciate Cosite restrictions
  205. From Russia with Jam
  206. U.S. & U.K. Chief Players in $7+ Billion Military Multimission Communications Market
  207. Congress Fears Chinese Telecom Gear May Phone Home
  208. Elta offers JSTARS-inspired G280
  209. Lockheed Updating Roll-on/Roll-off ISR for C-130
  210. Army Tests Wireless Detection Technology
  211. Army aiming for vehicle-based Common Operating Environment
  212. Twitterfight! Group Threatens Lawsuit Over Terror Tweets
  213. JAGO awarded for DataMan mapping system
  214. Air Force’s Top Brain Wants a ‘Social Radar’ to ‘See Into Hearts and Minds’
  215. $356 Million Later, the Justice Department’s Wireless Network Still Sucks
  216. Special Forces Get Social in New Psychological Operation Plan
  217. Lockheed Team to Supply U.K. Geospatial Intel Systems
  218. Northrop Grumman Awarded Contract for Integration of Battlefield Airborne Comms
  219. Roke expands EW range
  220. New Technology at Australian Command and Control Centre
  221. Number 1 on Army’s Shopping List: Wireless Broadband
  222. BAE Systems launches Falcon trials
  223. Air Force Chief: It’ll Be ‘Years’ Before We Catch Up on Drone Data
  224. Layered ISTAR 'critical' to evolving operations
  225. Commercial ISR developments
  226. How tiny Estonia stepped out of USSR's shadow to become an internet titan
  227. Report Wants Air Force ISR to Model Reality TV
  228. U.S. Navy And Air Force ISR Plans Jeopardized
  229. Leathernext: Marines Want Better Networks, Sensors — And Terminator Vision
  230. UK MoD confirms future C4ISR projects
  231. In First, Navy Will Put 4G Network on Ships
  232. SOFIC 2012: DRS launches C4InSight suite for vehicle ISR
  233. Cyber search engine Shodan exposes industrial control systems to new risks
  234. Farnborough 2012: Raytheon bids for FAB-T
  235. Pentagon EW Investment And Management Concerns Grow
  236. Report: Chinese PLA Access 80% of “World’s Communications”
  237. Newest U.S. Counterterrorism Strategy: Trolling
  238. Mobile Data Center Latest Solution For Military, First Responders
  239. Navy, Marines Top Pentagon EW Investment
  240. Experts: Cloud Brings Vulnerabilities
  241. Spy Chief Called Silicon Valley Stooge in Army Software Civil War
  242. "Googlizing" military intelligence searches
  243. FLIR, Polaris Display Cerberus ISR ATV
  244. Laptop built to protect classified docs
  245. Army to field radio-based combat ID
  246. Sensors Could Turn Ground Vehicles Into Intel Gatherers
  247. Quantum Computing Could Rip Open Most of the World’s Secret Codes — Someday
  248. Unwitting Sensors: How DoD is Exploiting Social Media
  249. In the past they did this..............
  250. Elbit Systems delivers training systems to Israel