Connecting refrigerators to the Web -- what could go wrong?
Republican lawmakers want to know why.
In a world of increasingly sophisticated facial-recognition technology, a drastic technique can throw the machines off your trail.
Investigators sift through bits and bytes to solve crimes, but cloud presents challenges
If you use an iPhone or iPad, your photos, web history, and GPS logs are vulnerable to theft and surveillance via back-door protocols running on all iOS devices.
Medical professionals say the device could be helpful, but patient privacy is still a concern.
The size of the VA health staff has jumped more than tenfold since the mid-1990s.
Bureau asks the private sector for help and solutions.
VA Secretary Nominee Views IT as Key to VA Reform
Robert McDonald says he's already met with Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel to discuss ...
E-Prescriptions Hit 1 Billion for First Time in 2013
Minnesota had a 100 percent e-prescription rate this year.
The Pattern in CDC's Mishandling of Anthrax, Bird Flu and Botulism
Multiple incidents reveal inadequate culture of safety.
This Software Guy Accidentally Designed an App That Is Saving my Dyslexic Son
The text-to-speech app allows people to read during times they ...
The Pentagon Is Well on Its Way to Building a Human Memory Chip
DARPA has teamed up with several universities to develop and build a very ...
The U.S. Just Found Some Rogue Smallpox In a Closet, No Big Deal
Vials of a smallpox-causing virus in a lab's storage room.
Exclusive: Hundreds of Thousands of VA Electronic Disability Claims Not Processed
Many claims incomplete and removed from system after 365 ...
IOM Report: Defense/VA Have No Clue if $9.3 Billion Worth of PTSD Treatment Works
Both departments lack data, as electronic health records ...
Administration Got What It Deserved in Botched HealthCare.gov Rollout, Report Says
Lawmakers attribute the website’s initial failure poor IT ...
Weapons-Grade Uranium Not a Must for Nuclear Medicine, Dutch Figure Says
'It's not a matter of money,' Nederlof says. 'It's a matter of ...