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Agencies Are Increasingly Reliant on Industry for Innovation

Report chronicles the need for better collaboration between government and the private sector.

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DARPA Awards Contracts for See-Through-Walls Technology

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The emerging tech agency appears to have made at least two awards for that program.

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Video: How to Turn Your Regular Watch Into a Smartwatch

Now even analog watches can become a part of the Internet of Things.

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NASA's New Posters and the Retro Travel Ads That Inspired Them

The Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s new collection of throwback images are a dreamy celebration of technology and human curiosity. And they look even better next to the 1930s originals.

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Female Coders Are Rated More Highly Than Men—Except When People Know They’re Women

This only adds to the avalanche of research on gender discrimination within the technology sector.

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Inside NASA's Isolation Chamber

For these NASA crew members, 148 cubic meters is all they will know for 30 days.

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DHS Chief Promises to Expand Social Media Screening, Plans 'Aggressive' Rollout of Cyber Protections

Johnson talked social media, biometrics and cybersecurity at his annual State of Homeland Security address.

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IBM Gets Approval to Host DOD’s Most Sensitive Unclassified Data

Big Blue becomes the first cloud service provider with a direct connection to the Pentagon’s unclassified communications network.

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When Computers Started Beating Chess Champions

On this day 20 years ago, a machine defeated a sitting world champion for the first time.

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The Black Market for Netflix Accounts

Hackers are stealing Netflix passwords and selling them for mere cents on the Dark Web.

Nextgov Internal Revenue Service Commissioner John Koskinen, testifies before a Senate Finance Committee hearing on President Barack Obama's Fiscal Year 2017 budget request for the IRS, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2016.

Crooks Tricked This IRS System into Providing False IDs

The malware successfully obtained 101,000 PINs last month.

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