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What are the ethical responsibilities of companies that are able to manipulate human behavior on a massive scale?
A program led by federal agencies may offer local governments ways to get better at using smart technologies.
Smart building technologies might pay for themselves in cost savings but the government’s landlord hasn’t been able to make the case.
The department is developing ways to secure federal research facilities from cyberattacks on their internet-connected controls.
While some types of information may make drivers safer, others are more geared toward selling ads.
A smart credit card could communicate directly with banking institutions.
Bots drive plenty of online traffic and agencies need to figure out how to deal with them.
Infrastructure meets the internet of things.
The government should create incentives for good security in the internet of things.
A Commerce Department center is seeking partners to make internet-connected devices more secure.
If your New Year's resolution is to fight that tech addiction, here are some helpful tips.
The Kaspersky ban, WannaCry and big changes at State Department topped the news cycle.
Local officials are hoping high-resolution, hydrodynamic models using fluid physics will improve preparedness and response in a low-lying region vulnerable to flooding.
Travel will never be stress-free, but you can get close.
Buying a second hand gadget can potentially expose the user to some pretty extreme scenarios.
We don’t truly own our devices.
Here are the predictions that came true—and one that didn't.
Rejoice! We have finally connected a laundry detergent bottle to the internet.
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