1. On today’s Fresh Air, Wired Magazine contributing editor Noah Shachtman details  what he saw when he visited the research and development facility where technicians are developing a device that he says “could amount to the ultimate weapon of this electromagnetic war: a  tool that offers the promise of not only jamming bombs, but finding  them, interrupting GPS signals, eavesdropping on enemy communications,  and disrupting drones, too.” View in High-Res

    On today’s Fresh Air, Wired Magazine contributing editor Noah Shachtman details what he saw when he visited the research and development facility where technicians are developing a device that he says “could amount to the ultimate weapon of this electromagnetic war: a tool that offers the promise of not only jamming bombs, but finding them, interrupting GPS signals, eavesdropping on enemy communications, and disrupting drones, too.”

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