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A person tries out the BlackBerry 10.

Defense Mobile Update: BlackBerry Still Dominates

BlackBerry devices in use by the Defense Department total 85,000 -- 10 times the number of Apple and Android devices.

US Army Will Provide Wi-Fi for NGOs in the Fight Against Ebola

The networks the Army is setting up in West Africa will support both military users and NGOs, such as Doctors without Borders.

British Spies Allowed to Access U.S. Data Without a Warrant

Newly released documents from the British government reveal a lack of judicial oversight for how it sifts through communications data collected by the NSA and other foreign governments.

NSA Director Adm. Michael Rogers

NSA Chief Warns Companies Against Revenge Hacking

"Hacking back" may be illegal, Michael Rogers said. But his advice doesn't apply to the agency he heads.

Here Are Six Nearly Certified Cloud Services Waiting in the Wings

A new list of “RedRAMP Ready Systems” is meant to make it easier for agencies to comply with security controls.

To Hack the Bureaucracy, 18F First Needs to Hack Hiring

The incubator has plans to grow bigger in the next year.

Senior Airman Kendall Thomas, 379th Expeditionary Medical Group Blood Trans-shipment Center laboratory technician, and Maj. Brian Dart, 379th MDG BTC chief, verify blood products before shipment.

Watchdog: Pentagon Failed to Develop Blood IT Systems

The $289 million system double counts blood inventory.

Why Some Agencies Want a One-Size-Fits-All Policy for Mobile Devices

There are no uniform BYOD security requirements for tapping into the cloud.

Created by students at the University of Pennsylvania, a RoboCup entry known as Nao will learn to make quick, smart decisions while working in a changing environment.

Why This Tech Historian Thinks Robots are the Key to Human Innovation

Federal researchers and policy-makers need to team up not only with each other but also with machine counterparts.