A crazy, twisting slide, a hovering drone camera and a garden barge floating in New York's harbor top this week's Tasty Tech gallery.
A 32-ton armored vehicle can punch holes through concrete, fire rockets, and carve safe passage through minefields for soldiers.
The U.S.'s newest military drone could someday transport troops or wounded soldiers.
Old UAVs could form ad-hoc networks for frontline troops.
It's certainly no secret what the air force of the future will look like, and it's not going to involve humans.
HyQ, a four-legged robot, is smarter and more autonomous than ever.
Renamed Ares, after the Roman god of war, this vehicle can serve soldiers autonomously over land, air and sea.
When a sub goes down, it's possible to get the sailors out with sophisticated deep-sea vehicles and even escape suits.
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