The armed forces are at CES looking for new technology designed for consumers that it can co-opt for its own purposes. Let's start with some technology borrowed from rock musicians, but designed for fighters.
Even as 3d television is getting all the headlines today, flat screen TVs with internet connectivity are spreading across the market with amazing speed. Who will control the software platform for this new world?
In today's top tech stories, a study by the Royal Military College of Canada notes that any USB connected device can be used to steal data from your computer because most people don't lock down their plug-and-play port.
Twitter now easily integrates with Four Square; the company also just announced Twitter Places, its own location-based service. Why check in, when you can just tweet and let your followers see where you are?