Google takes on the Internet of Things.
Alan Davidson is expected to help lead Commerce’s work on issues related to the digital economy and Internet policy
An infusion of NASA cash could help propel these technologies into viable commercial applications.
Longtime public servant Al Tarasiuk’s career in the IC began in 1988, with an electrical engineering job at the CIA.
Nearly half of all the credit card fraud around the world occurs in the U.S., even though America accounts for only about a quarter of the global card volume.
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.
The move is another milestone in the development of SpaceX from start up to a legitimate aerospace company.
It's common for large businesses to make data-driven decisions, according to the Small Business Administration. But can small businesses do the same?
SpaceX Has Broken the Monopoly on US National Security Launches
The move is another milestone in the development of SpaceX from start up to ...
Inbox Zero vs. Inbox 5,000: A Unified Theory
There are two types of people in the world: those with hundreds of unread messages, and those ...
The Future of the Patriot Act Depends on the Votes of These 10 Senators
If the USA Freedom Act comes to another vote, these are the ...
Americans Are, by Far, Hackers’ Favorite Credit-Card Fraud Targets
Nearly half of all the credit card fraud around the world occurs in the ...
Commerce Department Recruits Former Google Exec
Alan Davidson is expected to help lead Commerce’s work on issues related to the digital ...
DHS Seeks Input on Public-Private Cyber Sharing Groups
Information Sharing Analysis Organizations are to be formed based on sector, ...
Mark Your Calendar: Nextgov Prime Coming Sept. 9
Nextgov Prime: Gov2020: Technology and Government of Tomorrow will take place Sept. 9 at ...
VA Continues Facing Onslaught of Cyberattacks
The Department of Veterans Affairs blocked more than 1 billion cyber threats in April.
IRS Says Cybercriminals Nabbed Info on 100K Taxpayers
Agency sends warning to 200,000 taxpayers, half of whom will be credit monitored.
Are Government Records Management Practices in Peril?
The evidence of the lack of progress in records management continues to mount.