Telesurgery is getting over its latency problem.
Four former US drone operators are speaking out against the remote assassination program.
Like a hot, thermite knife through butter.
The Defense Logistics Agency spends $40 billion a year on clothes, oil, food, parts, bullets, and everything else the military needs.
The US military shipped thousands of defective gun parts to troops, and knew it for years.
We crunched key data behind the US military shipping thousands of defective gun parts to troops for years, and knowing about it.
The first in a series of doc drops as Motherboard further explores what happens when big guns go down.
Even the East Coast Navy band has to go through the government's tender and procurement process.
The tale of Reese and Yuri Hines, two brothers in two wars, suggests the Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon game needs a new name in the US military.
The ACTUV will be able able to spend months at sea, autonomously tracking submarines from the surface.