A massive, 120-petabyte storage array could help improve predictions of natural disasters, suggests GCN Lab technology analyst Greg Crowe.
It is not that there is no difference among programming languages. It's just that those differences are becoming less and less a factor in choosing a development platform.
Argonne researchers have created tiny structures made of microscopic particles that could be used to build structures and devices at the microscopic level.
IBM has developed prototypes of energy-efficient chips that emulate the synapses, neurons and learning functions of the human brain.
A multi-jurisdictional police forensics team is using two secondhand 3-D scanners to build models of crash and crime scenes.
California -- in cooperation with national efforts led by NIST -- has developed the country's first set of standards for handling sensitive information generated by new Smart Grid energy distribution technology.
Cloud-based customer relationship management system gives Census 360-degree view of data gathered by the thousands of partners that help conduct the census.
The DOD's research arm is working on a variety of new systems that would allow troops and weapons to be located even when their navigation systems are being jammed.
NASCIO has selected 30 state IT initiatives in 10 categories as finalists for its 2011 Recognition Awards for Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Information Technology in State Government.
A geospatial framework emerges for emergency response coordination among federal, state and local governments.
A Virginia pilot project looks to empower drivers with the information they need to decide whether to stay the course or bail out to side streets because of traffic logjams.
Cyberspace is the new front in the war on terror, Cofer Black, the former head of the CIA Counterterrorism Center, said Aug. 3 at the Black Hat Briefings.