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Software could expose the identity of hackers

Researchers working with ARL use "stlyometry" to sniff out the stylistic fingerprints of code writers.

U.S. wants help with what China's up to with UAS, robotics

The U.S-China Economic and Security Review Commission is asking for unclassified research reports on China’s industrial and military robotics development.

Air Force looks to 're-define' ISR sensor suites

In a solicitation, the service said it is looking for ISR sensors that are capable of detecting targets obscured by natural or man-made means.

The Air Force wants to add sense and avoid technology to RPAs such as the Predator.

Air Force wants sense and avoid technology for large drones

The service is looking for sense and avoid technology for aircraft such as the Predator and Global Hawk that could also be transitioned to smaller drones.

Service leaders call for more focus on electronic warfare training

EW division chiefs from the military services tell a congressional panel the U.S. needs to keep up with nations such as Russia and China.

DISA increasing its role in the cyber fight

Agency officials describe the advantages of software-defined networks and their role in "hunting" the enemy.

Army adding gigabit wireless to its tactical network

Aruba's Command Post Wi-Fi brings NSA-approved wireless to WIN-T at the battalion level.

Palm-sized atomic clock could reduce reliance on GPS

A DARPA program is calling for a small, low-power but extremely accurate clock that could maintain location data when GPS goes out.