The sci-fi writer's visionary works inspired generations of techies, but his view of the future, or the present, wasn't rosy.
Old is new again. The animated GIF makes a comeback, but in a new, easy-to-use form that gives you creative options.
FAA regulations, including a requirement that UAS operators maintain a visual line of sight with the aircraft, are slowing scientific uses of technology, say developers.
It's not just surveillance. As drones used by the military come home, agencies from NASA to NOAA to USDA find they can go where piloted flights cannot.
The highly sophisticated attack toolkit gathering info in the Middle East and Europe is an impressive piece of malware, but should it be any nation's weapon?
The new plug-in, for use with any major browser, can enhance search, but it might fall short of being revolutionary.
The Presidential Innovation Fellowship aims to pair public- and private-sector experts to help complete five core IT projects in six months.
Making its publications available for the Barnes & Noble e-reader adds to Government Printing Office's small but growing catalog of electronic books.
The portal would mimic the look and functionality of the Web, including Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and other sites for scenario-based training.
An NCI pilot program to study VOIP led to a platform that can transmit high-definition video to almost any networked device anywhere and promises to "catapult" research.
Want to be in front of the pack when the next major trend in social media hits? Think moving pictures.
The Canadian Mint is holding a contest to find a secure chip that can replace bills and coins, but can it be unhackable and untraceable?