Tornado Swarms Are Now Upon Us

Twisters are arriving more frequently in large "clusters," say NOAA scientists.

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10 Crazy Devices the Secret Service Could Use to Put the Kibosh on Fence Jumping


Terminator-like "RoBo," modeled after first dog Bo, should replace human agents.

Read moreOctober 23, 2014Leave a comment

VA: Hackers Never Siphoned Data Out of Our Systems


Veterans Affairs experiences 55,000 malware attacks a day, agency official says.

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How These 11 Geeks Will Make the Internet More Secure

Half a year on from Heartbleed, what’s changed?

Nextgov Queen Elizabeth II sends her first Tweet during a visit to the Information Age Exhibition at the London Science Museum.

The Queen Is Now Tweeting

The official account had been building up to the tweet throughout the day, highlighting the 88-year-old monarch’s past technological milestones.


Infographic: Are We Prepared for Major Cyberattacks?

Large-scale cyberattacks could do serious damage.


Tech Companies Spend Big on Midterm Elections

Google's campaign spending has grown fortyfold in the past eight years.

Nextgov A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket carrying NASA's Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) Curiosity rover lifts off from Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.

US Turns to 3-D Printing for Key Technology Behind Rocket Launches

The Pentagon could field an alternative to the Russian-made RD-180 rocket engine faster, but the technology is unproven.


Will This Google App Really Reinvent Email?

Google’s Inbox is not an email app. It is a personal assistant, a tool for reminders, and a way to quickly scan incoming information all in one.


GSA’s Green Proving Grounds Wants Government to be on the Greening Edge

The next smart light bulb or building design could wind up in the Green Proving Grounds program first.


Cyber Policy Still Stuck in the ‘90s

In the nearly 20 years since the first cyber policy discussions, technology has changed tremendously. The debate hasn’t caught up yet.


How the Government Spent $103 Billion in Just 2 Months

And those were just the contracts we know about.