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A program to incorporate several technologies in a futuristic suit for U.S. special operations forces has started soliciting technical designs to help deploy the first one as soon as next year. The aim of the Tactical Assault Light Operator Suit (Talos) is to give special ops fighters greater protection inside armor that can withstand bullets, all while downloading live video data from drones and other sources. The suit would have a powered exoskeleton that could help a soldier move quickly while carrying heavy weight. “It also would carry a built-in oxygen supply in case of poison gas, a cooling system to keep soldiers comfortable, and sensors to transmit the wearer’s vital signs back to headquarters,” according to a report in the Los Angeles Times.
The suit won’t imitate the movies in one critical way, at least for many, many years: There will be no zooming around the globe at jet speeds. Flight is a fanciful, Herculean technical hurdle, and isn’t core to the suit’s primary goals. A more practical challenge shared with the fictional Tony Stark is perfecting the proper battery to power such a suit, given the perennial conflict between size and weight and the need to keep the suit flexible and not burdensome.
There’s a strange new animal among the spirits of Wall Street: the cautious investment banker. Born of the disastrous Facebook (FB) IPO, he is well-groomed, sober (thanks to 2008), and terrified of another flop. How do we know? Investment bankers have dramatically underpriced IPOs this year, leaving scads of money on the table.
Six U.S. companies that hit the market this year doubled in their first day of trading, a feat that, prior to this year, has happened just eight times since 2000,according to the Wall Street Journal. In somewhat simplified terms, investors were willing to pay twice as much for those companies as the bankers handling the offerings thought they would.
BlackBerry’s lack of clear direction remains its main problem. Bloomberg News reported Monday that the company is still looking to sell all or some parts of itself. It will now have $1 billion in extra cash to offer some measure of stability as it seeks to fill the open chief executive job and plot its next move, but its troubles are far from over.
Some interest remains in a BlackBerry takeover. Last week the Wall Street Journalreported that Cerberus Capital Management and chipmaker Qualcomm (QCOM)were talking to Mike Lazaridis and Doug Fregin, the company’s co-founders, about putting together their own bid. While many analysts have said the company’s parts are more valuable than BlackBerry as a whole, it would seem strange that its founders would buy it back just to chop it up.