How an Airline Tragedy Brought GPS to the Masses
The Soviet shootdown of Korean Air Lines Flight 007 in 1983 spurred Ronald Reagan to open the US military’s satellite-based Global Positioning System for civilian use.
The US Air Force’s Updated E-3G Radar Planes Are Vulnerable to Hacks
Ironically, the downside to having modern computers in planes lies in their susceptibility to that most contemporary of threats—hacking.
Themes of War and Refugees in 'Mass Effect' Are More Relevant Than Ever
Moral complexities ultimately require making a choice.