Apple will help the Pentagon develop military-grade wearables for soldiers

Apple will play a part in helping the Pentagon develop stretchable electronic sensors that soldiers can wear, according to a Reuters report.Apple will be one 162 companies, universities and other groups in the FlexTech Alliance working with the U.S.

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Apple will help the Pentagon develop military-grade wearables for soldiers

Apple will play a part in helping the Pentagon develop stretchable electronic sensors that soldiers can wear, according to a Reuters report.Apple will be one 162 companies, universities and other groups in the FlexTech Alliance working with the U.S.

The Pentagon, Apple, and NASA Are Working Together To Build Electronics That Bend

How far does $171 million go in Silicon Valley? A group of more than 160 companies, schools, and government agencies are going to find out—thanks to a grant from the Department of Defense that will fund a San Jose institute devoted to developing flexible tech. Read more...

When The Pentagon Comes Knocking: An Open Letter To Silicon Valley

The U.S. Secretary of Defense, Ashton Carter, has made two trips to Silicon Valley this year, but has only spoken directly to his counterpart in Russia once in the same period — despite NATO being on its highest possible alert level.



Take a Birds-Eye Tour of Apple's Huge Spaceship Campus

The internet is slowly being swallowed whole by an endless influx of drone videos, but sometimes they give stunning views of locations we'd never see otherwise. This time, one YouTuber strapped a GoPro Hero 3+ to a DJI Phantom 2 drone and took a peek at Apple's upcoming "Spaceship" campus.Read more.

Defense Secretary Tries To Thaw Relations With Silicon Valley, Opens New ‘Defense Innovation Unit X’

U.S. Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter is trying to mend relations with Silicon Valley a year and a half tensions between the industry and the military exploded when Edward Snowden exposed NSA surveillance efforts using data from Internet giants like Google.

Social Media Is the New Battlefield

War on social media? Reality shows on Mars? A Facebook for your face? All this in more in BitStream.Read more...

A look back at the iPod Classic: Where it all began…

As of this week, the iPod Classic is gone, but still fondly remembered. We reminisce about Apple’s bold launch of a music player.Read more:

iPhone 6, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Military Smartphones, and More

Happy weekend, friends! It's time to sit back, relax, and take stock of what we all accomplished this week. Here at Gizmodo, we learned some sweet photo tricks, learned the strange saga of the Army's new camo, got a 6-year-old LCD TV appraised by Antiques Roadshow, and more. Let's review!Read more.

The Best of Gizmodo This Week

RIP hitchBOT. RIP iTunes. Hello lab-grown meat and zero emissions. Here’s the best of Gizmodo from this hot summer week.Read more...

Marvel fans aren't impressed with Abomination on 'She-Hulk'

With just days before the premiere of Disney+'s She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, viewers are getting a glimpse of what returning characters will be like and they're, well, not that impressed.Actor Tim Roth is returning to the role of Emil Blonsky/Abomination,

The 'Stranger Things' hair department head reveals how she designed the show's most iconic looks — i

Bringing the '80s hair of Stranger Things to life is no small feat, but it's one that Sarah Hindsgaul, Stranger Things's hair department head, has been doing since the show's very first season.Hindsgaul, who is nominated for Outstanding Period and/or Character Hairstyling at this year's Emmys,

5 bizarre Web3 pivots that revealed the inner workings of the crypto hivemind

The NFT market may have crashed back in July, but that didn't spell the end of NFTs. Instead, companies doubled down: Instagram actually expanded its NFT functionality about a week ago and, around that same time,

Giant pandas once roamed another region of Earth

In the late 1980s, paleontologist Nikolai Spassov stumbled upon fossilized animal teeth in the National Museum of Natural History in Bulgaria. The fossil had a handwritten note with an indecipherable scribble. It took years for Spassov to understand where the fossil came from,

You'll probably need Prime Video to watch some NFL games this year

Football’s entering the modern streaming age, and it’s time to explain that to every tech-averse parent in America.For the first time ever, there will be real, legit NFL games broadcast (almost) exclusively on a streaming platform in 2022. For 15 regular season games (and one preseason matchup),

19 perfect Netflix soundtracks for your own personal montage

Getting stuff done right now is a hard task, one you'd probably rather watch in an onscreen montage of your own life, a minute-and-a-half of soundtracked productivity without the IRL effort.Turning your own to-do list into an enthusiastic filmic moment is a hard ask in this uneditable reality,

These 2 magnificent galaxies are about to collide

The story of space is a story of collisions. Sometimes, a meteor plummets through Earth's atmosphere and slams into a doghouse. Sometimes stars crash into one another, violently. Other times, two dazzling spiral galaxies collide.Hawaii's Gemini North telescope, atop the towering volcano Mauna Kea,

First time playing 'Disney Infinity 3.0.'? Here's how everything works

For one reason or another — maybe you just had kids, maybe the whole Star Wars thing won you over (no regrets) — you've decided to see what Disney Infinity 3.0 is all about. But holy crap — this is a big box with a lot of Stuff inside it. How does everything work?

Not so fast, vapers: British medical journal blasts e-cigarette safety study

Trying to understand the risks behind the use of e-cigarettes just got more difficult.British medical journal The Lancet blasted the methodology of a report released last week by Public Health England that said e-cigarette use is about 95% less harmful than tobacco,

Virginia teen sentenced to 11 years in prison for tweeting about ISIS

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — A northern Virginia teenager has been sentenced to more than 11 years in prison for helping another teen travel to Syria to join the Islamic State and providing other aid to the militant group.See also:

Is Banksy behind new GCHQ-mocking graffiti?

The famous graffiti artist Banksy is thought to be behind a new piece of street art in Cheltenham, only three miles from GCHQ headquarters. It depicts three security agents listening to a phonebox.Read more:

Science Just Made the Most Massive, In-Depth Universe Simulation Ever

Ever wanted to see what our universe looked like just 12 million years after the Big Bang? Good luck—that kind of calculation would take your desktop computer more than 2,000 years. Luckily, researchers just published findings from the first ultra-realistic simulation of our universe's growth.

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Being married to Ryan Reynolds sounds like equal parts heaven and hell

While most of the population, male and female, has fantasized about being married to Ryan Reynolds, only Blake Lively gets that honor. It's all romance and constant laughs, right? Well, not really.

Sci-fi master John Carpenter dives into virtual reality in new music video

John Carpenter is the one of the masters of cinematic science fiction and horror (The Thing, Escape From New York, Halloween), but he's also a long time electronic musician, and his latest album, Lost Themes II, is just as gripping as his films. 

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