Cyber espionage victim wants US to investigate China

SolarWorld’s filing with Commerce Department seeks information on how Chinese solar companies benefited from cyber spying.

DARPA wants more efficient, jam-resistant RF communications

The HERMES program is looking to develop new technologies to deal with malicious jamming and an increasingly congested electromagnetic spectrum.

Even in communications exercises, the cyberattacks are real

The Army-run JUICE, in which military, civilian and international components test joint emergency response, also draws the attention of hackers.

Navy looks to cash in on 3D printing at sea

Additive manufacturing could rapidly print replacement parts or supplies for Navy ships, lowering logistical costs.

NRL reports a breakthrough in 'quantum dots'

Researchers' ability to create the dots with single-atom precision holds promise for fields from photonic to quantum computing.

Navy awards $35M contract to boost C4ISR info sharing

Lockheed Martin is to improve the way Navy sensors will collect, share and display data.

Intelligence agencies, Army team up to tackle interoperability standards

Army, DIA, and NGA want to leverage each other’s technologies, connect strategic intelligence to tactical operations.

Navy’s carbon-fiber clouds could make incoming missiles miss their target

The Pandarra Fog exercise shows how the clouds can absorb or diffuse radar waves from seekers on incoming missiles.