Army soldiers on the front lines of space wars – SpaceNews.com

Warnings from military and intelligence agencies about Russia and China threatening to take down or jam U.S. satellites are taken seriously by the Army as forces have grown heavily dependent on satellites. via Pocket
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Technology: The New Addiction | U.S. Naval Institute

The first cell phone hit the market in 1973, and 40 years later, more than half the U.S. adult population was carrying a cell phone in their purses or pockets. Today, that number is closer to 95 percent, with 77 percent of Americans owning a smartphone. via Pocket
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It’s Now Possible To Telepathically Communicate with a Drone Swarm – Defense One

The work builds on research from 2015, which allowed a paralyzed woman to steer a virtual F-35 Joint Strike Fighter with only a small, surgically-implantable microchip. On Thursday, agency officials announced that they had scaled up the technology to allow a user to steer multiple jets at once. via Pocket
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As U.S. Army Rethinks How Soldiers Will Communicate In Future Combat, Harsh Realities Loom

Loren Thompson Contributor i Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. Aerospace & Defense I write about national security, especially its business dimensions. There’s a debate going on in the U.S. via Pocket
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Why Apes Can’t Talk | RealClearScience

We all know that parrots can talk. Some people may have even seen elephants, seals, or whales mimicking speech sounds. So why can’t our closest primate relatives speak like us? Our new research suggests they have the right vocal anatomy but not the brainpower to use it. via Pocket
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