The United States House of Representatives has approved a 10-year extension on a law that prohibits gun manufacturers from making firearms invisible to metal detectors, but 3D printing technology might soon render even that provision obsolete.
Russia is finalizing an advanced air engagement system combining “fire-and-forget” guidance and “single-shot kill” ability within a single air-to-air missile. The system aims to frustrate any missile evasion maneuvers enabling a target to escape.
Sheep Marketplace, one of the leading anonymous websites, after Silk Road’s closure, allegedly selling drugs, has gone offline claiming it was robbed of $6 million worth of bitcoins. Another dark net, Black Market Reloaded, announced it may also quit.
Polling suggests that an absolute majority of Americans favor laws forcing foods containing genetically modified ingredients to be labeled as such. Despite the support, however, states continue to reject these initiatives.
Although enthusiasm for ‘crypto-currency’ bitcoin is expanding, it is not going to save people’s privacy from US NSA spy agency data mining. A truly anonymous online currency is needed, Richard Stallman, president of the Free Software Foundation told RT.
As the end-of-the-year deadline for destroying Syria’s most dangerous chemical weapons lingers closer, American officials are reportedly considering a plan that calls for dragging roughly 1,290 metric tons of hazardous materials into international waters.
Nanometer high spikes on a material called black silicon, which are similar to those on dragonflies’ wings, cut bacteria to ribbons, paving the way for hospitals and other public places where pesky microbes lurk to be made germ-free.