The Army's mobile device efforts are gaining momentum, and the effort could potentially reach across the entire federal government.
As the department works out details on how to manage them, it is taking tentative steps toward acquiring handhelds.
The Air Force is seeking input from businesses on developing a wearable computer system.
The Navy's salvage command has rolled out a command van that uses solar, wind and battery power to supplement its generator.
New research in creating time holes to cloak events sounds esoteric, but hackers might be able to use it to mask online intrusions into IT systems.
The Defense Information Systems Agency approved a mobile management system that allows DOD users of Dell smart phones to securely access critical DOD data and applications.
Anonymous' holiday hack of the intelligence analysis company netted info on hundreds of thousands of accounts and thousands of credit cards belonging to Stratfor's clients.
In a petition to the FCC, the company says GPS device-makers have no right to protection from signal interference because LightSquared, not GPS devices, has a license to use the spectrum.
DOD experts discuss the challenges involved in issuing mobile devices to military and civilian personnel.
Command Web allows commanders to access and share information on the Army's data-rich, high-bandwidth command and control networks.
At Camp Pendleton's Battle Simulation Center, Marines are trained in operational support using simulation tools that recreate combat to ensure they are mission ready.
NASA is teaming with Rockwell Collins to develop a data link that will allow UAVs to coexist with commercial aircraft.