SpaceMar 02, 2016
This is an artist’s concept of a possible Low Boom Flight Demonstration Quiet Supersonic Transport (QueSST) X-plane design. The award of a preliminary design contract is the first step towards the possible return of supersonic passenger travel – but this time quieter and more affordable. (image, Lockheed Martin)

NASA uses Cincinnati tech to launch X-plane supersonic jet project

It's good news for Cincinnati-based GE Aviation, which cut about 300 jobs at the end of January because of declining business

ListsJan 06, 2016
CubeSats, launch vehicles, and satellite maintenance are the big verticals in a growing space industry (screenshot from Rocket Lab video featured below)

Beyond SpaceX: 10 space companies to watch in 2016 & 2017

While development is happening everywhere, these companies are the next big things to shoot past the stratosphere

SecurityMay 06, 2015

Israel’s Cybereason raises $25 million in Series B to catch hackers red handed

The cybersecurity startup - which controls damage once a hacker's penetrated a system - is known for its intuitive user interface, a unique selling point in the somewhat [Read More...]