“Networks, land, power, and taxes.”
Months after it announced it was hacked, the agency has finally put together an inventory of its own servers.
DHS' Privacy Office is looking for 17 applicants for 3-year terms
It's difficult to pin down the total economic impact of federal R&D.
A forthcoming DOD IG audit may soon shed light on the extent the Pentagon and its components perform cost benefit analysis before acquiring cloud services.
Reduce, reuse, recycle and embrace the Internet of Things
Japanese researchers have created a computer program capable of limited humanistic understanding.
The competition is fierce, the key players are billionaires, but the path—and even the destination—remains uncertain.
SHELTER, the nickname for the mouthful of a project title, is a 5.5-year deal that would add to the Defense Department’s growing arsenal of cyberweapons.
Google plans to make its cars more communicative with light-up signs, audio cues, mechanical hands, and, eery “robotic eyes".
The next-generation rocket fuel involved turned out to be a little too explosive.