The AAV is kind of the perfect disaster relief vehicle. One of the largest—and most visible—displays of federal assistance in the area stricken by Hurricane Harvey is a 30-ton, 27-foot armored vehicle.
We watch our televisions, and in many cases our televisions watch us back. That’s the backdrop to the news this week that Vizio has agreed to settle charges that it violated the law by using software its
From the fiery Note 7 debacles to exploding hoverboards, lithium-ion batteries aren't doing so hot lately. A new study helps to explain how these popular power sources can turn into safety hazards. In
Naval warfare relies on a combination of vehicles working together. Submarines hunt under the sea, fast ships screen for incoming threats, and aircraft fly overhead, seeking danger beyond the line of In
When warp drive was first brought into the public consciousness with the debut of Star Trek fifty years ago, our understanding of the Universe was fundamentally different than it is today. For one, warp
The ocean's vast, endless movement packs the power to meet a quarter of America's energy needs. Nevertheless, wave energy technology lags well behind wind and solar power, with technical hurdles still