The Obama administration claims the post-9/11 law is “noncontroversial” outside the NSA phone dragnet. But the law drew the ire of civil libertarians—and even Obama himself—long before the Snowden revelations began.
GSA officials say the goal is for agencies to start planning for the transition now.
Celebrities and companies complain they're getting extorted to prevent embarrassing websites.
Longtime public servant Al Tarasiuk’s career in the IC began in 1988, with an electrical engineering job at the CIA.
Just another week in ThreatWatch, our regularly updated index of noteworthy data breaches.
Among other things, the company debuted the new capabilities of its next Android release.
Nanotronics Imaging has created a new system, called nVisible, that lets anyone walk through a three-dimensional, digital visualization of a microscopic landscape, using a virtual reality headset.
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NSA Tests Out Smartphones that Recognize Handwriting Motion
The National Security Agency has tested the use of smartphone-swipe recognition ...
Special Operators Are Using Rapid DNA Readers
Conducting a midnight SEAL raid on a terrorist compound? Positive DNA identification is just ...
VA Wants Your Help Building Better Prosthetics
The aim of the project is to build a suite of special prosthetics and other state-of-the-art ...
Could Google IDs Help Emergency Crews Reach Disaster Areas Faster?
Universal credentials are the future of online security, DHS says.
Video: Inside Microsoft's HoloLens
Microsoft's holographic goggles could change the fields of genetics, engineering and paleontology.
Meet the Federal Government's Health Care IT Champion, Karen DeSalvo
The internal medicine specialist took office a little over a year ago ...
The Next Step in Health IT? Virtual Doctors Visits
Congressional interest in telehealth legislation is building.
Intelligent Windows, Self-Repairing Concrete and Other Inventions that Could Change the World
The European Patent Office has announced its ...
Silicon Valley Startup Wants to Make Breast Cancer-Gene Testing Affordable to All Americans
Color Genomics has raised $15 million in funding ...
HealthCare.gov Still Gets Poor Marks for Customer Experience
The U.S. Postal Service and the National Parks Service get highest grades in ...