If "the Internet of things" and ontogolies make your head hurt, you can find relief in this instructive presentation by DOD's Dennis Wisnosky.
Boston Dynamics' two-legged, two-armed (though headless) anthropomorphic robot is used in testing soldiers' protective clothing. Check out the video.
The agency will research how beams can be used to move matter, though it might be a while before they can move the sofa.
Net Optics' Phantom Virtual Tap manages communications between virtual servers, which typically is not monitored.
Georgia Tech researchers have developed a way to print nanotube-based explosives sensors from an inkjet printer.
The Linux Foundation, along with Red Hat and Canonical, has staked out positions on the secure boot implementation, particularly the possibility that Microsoft will make it mandatory in Windows 8.
A $45 million grant to help double the size of a nonprofit regional network is expected to add hundreds of jobs in the Northeast Ohio Rust Belt.
A $45 million federal recovery grant is helping the OneCommunity development program build out a 1,800-mile high speed regional network for Northeast Ohio being used by area governments, educational institutions and health care providers.
A presidential memorandum directs agencies to streamline grants and develop metrics for measuring progress in commercializing government-funded research.
The Lytro camera, developed by image scientist Ren Ng, captures light fields that are assembled into images later and could change how we take pictures.
A team at MIT's Lincoln Lab has developed a phased array that delivers a real-time view of what's on the other side of a wall 20 to 60 feet away.
The Stop Online Piracy Act would make American service providers responsible for blocking access to foreign websites that are ruled in violation of U.S. copyright laws.