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Army orders missile warning systems for aircraft

Army orders missile warning systems for aircraft

BAE Systems' newest Common Missile Warning System variant is being supplied to the U.S. Army to counter infrared-guided missile threats to aircraft.
Richard Tomkins

Security solutions set for upgrade at Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport

Security systems at the Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport are to be ungraded under a $1.8 million contract awarded to Nebraska-based G4S Technology.
Richard Tomkins
Boeing delivers modernized AWACS plane to France

Boeing delivers modernized AWACS plane to France

The first of four French Air Force AWACS planes undergoing major upgrades has been delivered by Boeing.
Richard Tomkins
GM's woes continue with recall of more than 717,000 cars

GM's woes continue with recall of more than 717,000 cars

General Motors issued six new recalls involving 717,950 U.S. vehicles across several models including Camaros and Cadillacs for various mechanical flaws.
Ananth Baliga
Pocket-sized aerial surveillance system under development

Pocket-sized aerial surveillance system under development

Dismounted U.S. troops in difficult environments could soon use a palm-sized sensor system for better situational awareness.
Richard Tomkins
Integrator UAV achieves 24-hour flight endurance

Integrator UAV achieves 24-hour flight endurance

Insitu, a Boeing company, is increasing the flight endurance times of its Integrator unmanned aerial vehicle with increasingly heavy payloads.
Richard Tomkins
Australia starts defense research partnership with universities

Australia starts defense research partnership with universities

Australia's Defense Science and Technology Organization and national universities to collaborate on research.
Richard Tomkins
Apple to give users a chance to test Yosemite OS

Apple to give users a chance to test Yosemite OS

Apple's OS X Yosemite beta will open to one million users Thursday to test the new operating system before releasing the final product this fall.
Ananth Baliga
Apple reports 12.7 percent gain in iPhone sales

Apple reports 12.7 percent gain in iPhone sales

Apple announced Tuesday that they saw an almost 13 percent jump in iPhone sales last quarter, selling more than 35 million iPhones in three months.
Aileen Graef

Air and Missile Defense Radar passes design reviews

A new air and ballistic missile defense radar being developed by Raytheon for the U.S. Navy has passed key design reviews, the company says.
Richard Tomkins

New Harris tactical radios for Middle East country

An unidentified Middle East country has ordered wideband and narrowband handheld tactical radios from the Harris Corporation in a $15 million contract.
Richard Tomkins
China detains five from U.S.-based meat supplier

China detains five from U.S.-based meat supplier

Shanghai Police have detained five people associated with a U.S.-owned meat supplier involved in supplying major fast food chains with expired beef and chicken.
Ananth Baliga
Senate leaders want more Russian sanctions

Senate leaders want more Russian sanctions

In light of Russia's stance on the crash of the Malaysia Airlines plane, three U.S. Senators said broader sanctions on Russia's energy sector are warranted.
Daniel J. Graeber
British shale debate town snubs permit

British shale debate town snubs permit

A British advocacy group said Wednesday it applauded a decision from a city council at the heart of the country's shale debate to reject a drilling permit.
Daniel J. Graeber
Rig company Hercules Offshore takes big 2Q hit

Rig company Hercules Offshore takes big 2Q hit

Rig company Hercules Offshore said Wednesday its second quarter results were hurt by declining activity in the U.S. waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
Daniel J. Graeber
Tullow wins appeal on Uganda oil claims

Tullow wins appeal on Uganda oil claims

London based energy company Tullow Oil said Wednesday it received a favorable ruling from a London court of appeals in a simmering dispute over Ugandan assets.
Daniel J. Graeber
Russian oil company surveying arctic ecosystem

Russian oil company surveying arctic ecosystem

Russian independent oil producer Rosneft said Wednesday it's working to set an environmental baseline to review as it readies for work in arctic reserves.
Daniel J. Graeber
Air quality a concern near North Dakota fire

Air quality a concern near North Dakota fire

North Dakota's Health Department said it's surveying air quality after a fire at a fracking fluid storage facility in the heart of the state's oil patch.
Daniel J. Graeber
BHP Billiton lifted by U.S. shale oil

BHP Billiton lifted by U.S. shale oil

Australian natural resources company BHP Billiton said Wednesday onshore operations in the United States helped boost its oil production by 4 percent.
Daniel J. Graeber
EIA: Iran still hurt by sanctions

EIA: Iran still hurt by sanctions

International sanctions still inhibit Iran's ability to attract foreign investments to its energy sector, the U.S. Energy Information Administration said.
Daniel J. Graeber
Call issues for South African fracking ban

Call issues for South African fracking ban

A South African advocacy group called for a moratorium on hydraulic fracturing operations for natural gas despite support from President Jacob Zuma.
Daniel J. Graeber
Alberta frets over steam-injection for oil

Alberta frets over steam-injection for oil

While potentially safe, the provincial energy regulator in Alberta said it's not ready to lift a ban on a controversial steam-injection method for bitumen.
Daniel J. Graeber
Saab completes acquisition of Thyssen Krupp Marine Systems

Saab completes acquisition of Thyssen Krupp Marine Systems

Shipbuilder Thyssen Krupp Marine Systems has been acquired by Saab, a move in line with Saab's strategy to increase its presence in the naval sector.
Richard Tomkins
Northrop continues modernization of ship air defense system

Northrop continues modernization of ship air defense system

Modernization of U.S. Navy Ship Self-Defense System Mark 2 that coordinates sensors, weapons and counter-measures to receive Northrop Grumman support.
Richard Tomkins
Sweden passes on Danish fighter competition

Sweden passes on Danish fighter competition

Saab's Gripen fighter will not be part of the international competition for a $4.37 billion aircraft procurement contract from Denmark's Ministry of Defense.
Richard Tomkins
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