The Marine Corps is fleshing out a service-oriented architecture approach to help provide its deployed forces with rapidly developed command-and-control applications.
Scientists at Georgia Tech are looking closely at how snakes move in order to make robots capable of slithering into nooks and crannies.
The Defense Department wants to give warfighters science-fiction grade contact lenses that would allow them to magnify distant objects and overlay their vision with battlefield data.
The Army's Architecture Services Division within the Software Engineering Center has deployed a platform designed for the rapid development and migration of applications to a private cloud.
Among the next challenges: ensuring connectivity and security in the field.
The Army's new acquisition and evaluation process is beginning to show results as the service identifies shortcomings and rolls out new systems to troops.
The Defense Information Systems Agency opens program office to offer mobile device management services as well as an online store for apps.
DISA is changing the way it provides network and communications services to warfighters by focusing on forces operating in the most disadvantaged areas of the Defense Department's communications network.
The Army is developing and improving command and control technologies to help make its warfighters more effective in the field.
Dell's inexpensive E6420 ATG holds its own against bigger, pricier rugged laptops — and wins a Review's Choice.
DOD's Deputy CIO Robert Carey says military networks, including 900 data centers, need to be cut and allowed to share data to achieve true efficiency levels and interoperability.
DOD is developing new ways to get high-resolution images of spacecraft as part of a plan to build new satellites in orbit from parts salvaged from deactivated crafts.