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The Red Cross has warned that data misuse is a "life and death" issue for people in need.
As UCF research associate Shane Reynolds guides his avatar over a virtual minefield using his iPad, small beeps and whistles reveal the location of the scourge of the modern war zone: Improvised Explosive Devices, or IEDs.
ilently the eight propellers of the Hermes V8MT drone begin to spin and the large yellow aircraft rises up, locates its direction and moments later disappears into the sky in southern Poland.
Some of the 16-bit era's most classic franchises are now in the hands of an active game studio.
Online fraudsters invent the most captivating and convincing stories to make money.
Microsoft Corp is sending representatives to a series of meetings with Pentagon officials Wednesday to discuss how companies can contribute to the military’s work on artificial intelligence, according to a list of participants reviewed by Bloomberg.
No bullets, no bombs. Players of the hugely popular online game Fortnite were encouraged to pause for a moment of silence on Nov 11 to commemorate the armistice that ended the First World War.
Like the princess who hops over goblins and throws daggers at evil wizards in the videogame they built, a team of women coders in patriarchal Afghanistan wants to inspire a generation of girls to smash obstacles
Soldiers in the German Armed Forces will soon have another weapon in their arsenals: smartphones.
'Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare', the reboot of the widely popular first-person shooter game, will launch on Oct 25 and is set to become another billion-dollar hit for publisher Activision Blizzard Inc.