Fingerprint scanners are so iPhone 5S. Up next: the geometry of the veins in your hands.
Companies may hesitate to cooperate with the feds after NSA surveillance revelations, ACLU technologist says.
A compliance milestone and changes to FedRAMP itself are both approaching.
Coast Guard instructs computer whizzes from various educational backgrounds to reach the same proficiency level.
The Defense Department plans to augment cloud services to work on mobile devices, a Defense Department acquisition manager said.
Downtown biodefense lab wants to study some of the world's deadliest disease agents.
DARPA’s turning unmanned aerial vehicles into very mobile hotspots.
Scientists have been arguing for years about whether D-Wave’s device is really a quantum computer or not.
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Well, a few microscopic parts of it are.
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NASA Tries to Cash In on Russia Tensions
The space agency isn't letting the Crimean crisis go to waste.
Senate Passes Bill Demanding Uniform Coding for Agencies' Spending Data
House lawmakers vow to get the DATA Act to the president's desk.
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Is It Time for the U.S. to Partner With China in Space?
One of America's biggest rivals could also be its next best ally in the cosmos.