Imagine mechanical objects like door handles or pliers made entirely of rubber.
Officials cheer on agency and industry innovation at Open Data Summit.
Sentiment-analysis software can help companies figure out what’s bothering workers—or what they’re excited about.
Computers, phones, and other digital devices increasingly are made to be thrown away—which is bad for both consumers and the environment.
It's the end of an era.
After watching UAVs dominate eastern Ukrainian skies, the service is seeking counter-drone tech and new families of flying robots.
The National Background Investigations Bureau begins operations Oct. 1.
From the perspective of voters, a trustworthy election is one in which they can be confident their votes have been counted as cast and their anonymity has been maintained.
Microsoft Customer Relationship Manager Online received the first provisional authority to operate the Accelerated process in 15 weeks.
Should Facebook Fix This Security Bug if it Means Losing a Little Functionality and A Lot of Influence?
Facebook’s status as a top traffic referrer is a major source of its influence, as well its revenue.
Mark Zuckerberg Released Photos of Facebook’s Highly Advanced and Rather Dystopian-Looking Data Center
The company is using the Arctic air in its Swedish location to keep the servers in the massive building cool at all times.