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NASA Didn’t Catch an Error in the International Space Station’s Data Until a Kid Pointed it Out

9:47 AM ET "I just emailed NASA and they’re looking at the graphs that I’ve made.”

This Is How Russian Hackers Will Attack the US Next

8:00 AM ET America needs to be planning now how it will respond

How Transparent Is Too Transparent, Oversight Committee Asks

March 23 Federal spending data, White House visitor logs and presidential tax returns were all the subject of a Congressional discussion on government openness.

This is the Job-Killer the Trump Team Should Worry About, Obama Adviser Says

March 23 Nextgov chatted with Terah Lyons, formerly an adviser to the federal chief technology officer.

GAO: Optimize Data Centers or Lose Them

March 23 Progress on closing data centers is mixed and the government’s optimization efforts are worse.

Inside the NASA Lab That Builds Model Airplanes

March 23 When it comes to aircraft, start small.

There’s a Better Way to Treat Your Tech Addiction Than Hiding Your Phone and Laptop

March 23 We should learn to design and engage with it in ways that support our emotional well-being.

What Happens If Uber Fails?

March 23 Even if the ride-sharing service goes under, it won't necessarily set off a bubble-popping chain reaction.

Most American internet Users Have No Idea How to Protect Their Accounts

March 23 Two-step authentication is a mystery for most Americans.

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