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SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket successfully launches new GPS satellite for US Space Force
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SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket successfully launches new GPS satellite for US Space Force

The GPS satellite launched on this flight has better capabilities and security and has the potential to impact four billion users around the world.

China rapidly building robust lethal force to impose its will in Asia and beyond, says top US intelligence official
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China rapidly building robust lethal force to impose its will in Asia and beyond, says top US intelligence official

Improvements in the equipment and capabilities that have focused on generating combat power across the PLA services present Beijing with additional response options as China faces increasingly global security concerns

US Army to use Microsoft's HoloLens augmented reality headsets in the battlefield
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US Army to use Microsoft's HoloLens augmented reality headsets in the battlefield

US Army awarded Microsoft a $480 million contract to supply its HoloLens headsets to soldiers.

Broadcom obtains antitrust clearance from the EU for its $19-billion deal
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Broadcom obtains antitrust clearance from the EU for its $19-billion deal

Broadcom Inc had earlier announced an $18.9 billion deal to buy US business software company CA Inc.

Donald Trump to intensify security review to stop China from acquiring US technologies
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Donald Trump to intensify security review to stop China from acquiring US technologies

US government is using a softer approach than imposing China-specific investment restrictions.

US military lawyers to help prosecute undocumented migrants under new 'zero tolerance' policy
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US military lawyers to help prosecute undocumented migrants under new 'zero tolerance' policy

US military lawyers will help civilian prosecutors handle cases against undocumented migrants, the Department of Defense said on Wednesday, in a rare use of armed forces legal staff.

US won't resume security aid to Pakistan till it addresses concerns on terror safe havens
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US won't resume security aid to Pakistan till it addresses concerns on terror safe havens

The US will not resume security aid to Pakistan until it addresses America's concerns on terrorist safe havens, the Pentagon said, underlining that Islamabad's action against militants would not only help Afghanistan but also protect India and the entire region.

Kaspersky Lab announces global availability of the free version of its antivirus software
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Kaspersky Lab announces global availability of the free version of its antivirus software

Kaspersky said the free version was not intended to replace the paid versions of its antivirus software, describing it as offering the bare essentials.

Japan's plan for package delivery by drones, self driving trucks to be finalised on 9 June
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Japan's plan for package delivery by drones, self driving trucks to be finalised on 9 June

Japan aims to finalise on 9 June, plans to allow package delivery by drone sometime from 2020 and the commercialisation of self-driving trucks by 2022.

Two Senators question Department of Defence on Trump using a unsecured smartphone
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Two Senators question Department of Defence on Trump using a unsecured smartphone

Two US Senators have asked the Department of Defense to address why US President Donald Trump was using his unsecured Android phone for official communications, media reports said.

Pentagon announces successful micro-drone swarm demonstration
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Pentagon announces successful micro-drone swarm demonstration

The Pentagon may soon be unleashing a 21st-century version of locusts on its adversaries after it successfully tested a swarm of 103 micro-drones.

Stop sheltering terrorists targeting India, Ashton Carter tells Pakistan
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Stop sheltering terrorists targeting India, Ashton Carter tells Pakistan

Pakistan's involvement with terrorism has come under attack from the department of State and Defence, reflecting Washington's frustration with Islamabad.

US Department of Defense to build UK hoverbike
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US Department of Defense to build UK hoverbike

The dream of a manned, truly functional hoverbike is a step closer to reality after British and American engineers announced a deal with the U.S. Department of Defense to develop and build the vehicle in the States.

Washington Navy Yard rampage reignites US gun control debate
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Washington Navy Yard rampage reignites US gun control debate

Despite the Newtown shooting, the Senate outvoted gun control legislation in April this year. Now, the debate returns.

BlackBerry Awarded "Authority To Operate" On U.S. DoD Networks
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BlackBerry Awarded "Authority To Operate" On U.S. DoD Networks

DISA deploying BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 to support BlackBerry 10 smartphones on DoD networks.

BlackBerry 10 Devices Approved For Use On U.S. Department Of Defense Networks
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BlackBerry 10 Devices Approved For Use On U.S. Department Of Defense Networks

Working with the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), BlackBerry 10 smartphones and BlackBerry PlayBook tablets have undergone successful testing through DoD labs.

US Department of Defense denies dumping BlackBerry for iPhones
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US Department of Defense denies dumping BlackBerry for iPhones

Reports yesterday morning said that the United States Department of Defense (DoD) has ended support for their employees’ BlackBerry devices. However, the