Safe places to think and act outside the bureaucratic box.
The notional postal workers may be flying some exceedingly unfriendly skies.
National Cancer Institute pilot project will let researchers remotely analyze genomic data.
Open letter says electronic surveillance needs to be restricted by law.
iBeacon sends alerts to your home screen when you're standing near an Apple store or other hotspot.
A Q-and-A with tax policy professor Joseph Thorndike.
About 250 systems sold by Rapiscan are installed inside U.S. airports nationwide.
"The most merciful thing in the world, I think, is the inability of the human mind to correlate all its contents."
Pentagon Disconnects iPhone, Android Security Service, Forcing a Return to BlackBerry for Some
The Defense Department's new mobile device ...
How an App Could Save the Endangered North Atlantic Right Whale
NOAA wants to make it easy for ships to avoid striking the mammals.
Cash Is Dead. Are Credit Cards Next?
Tech start-ups across the country offer new ways for payment, which could make carrying credit cards a ...
Say 'Cheese' -- and Happy Birthday! -- to the International Space Station
App alerts citizens and astronauts to the best time for snapping a ...
Mobile Phones Are Now as Crucial as Food and Water in Emergency Aid
The foreign assistance streaming into the Philippines includes ...
10 Million People Are Trying to Tweet, Text, and Phone Home to the Philippines
As many as 13 million Filipinos work abroad, and they're ...
With BlackBerry's Future Uncertain, Pentagon Readies a Contingency Plan
The company makes the only devices yet approved to operate on ...
How Mobile Apps Could Transform Rural Health Care
Telemedicine is transforming health-care for Americans. But the system still needs work.
Congress.gov Coming This Month
Site will replace 18-year-old Thomas.gov for legislative information.
FCC Eyes New Spectrum for Wi-Fi-Type Service
Sat phone company has tested the service with Amazon lab.