IT flubs make techno-thrillers such as Dan Brown's "Digital Fortress" unintentionally funny.
Sandia National Laboratories has developed a new type of air-cooled heat exchanger that increases CPU efficiency, is immune to dust fouling and can cut power costs.
The "Jeopardy!"-winning computer broadens the boundaries of human-machine interactivity.
The evolution of the cyber threat requires an accompanying change in approach to defending IT networks, two cybersecurity experts said at FOSE July 20.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak lays out principles for technology design.
The Forecasting ACE website will try new approaches to aggregating answers in testing to see if the system can make accurate predictions.
NASA researchers are using an Android smart phone to help turn small, floating robots into astronauts' helpers.
Data roaming the cloud has shifted the focus of security to the data itself, which must be protected wherever it goes.
The drone can stay aloft at its default flight altitude of 492 feet for half an hour, during which it can photograph nearly a square mile at a time, taking 1,000 photographs.
The goal of the Advanced Networking Initiative, being built in conjunction with Internet2 with Recovery Act funding, is to develop a 1 terabit/sec science and research network.
On the FOSE 2011 show floor, you can match wits with Watson, hang out at the BlackBerry Lounge, spend time at the Mobile Apps Theater and take in a full roster of live demonstrations.
Even though the Atlantis' 12-day mission marks the close of the shuttle era, you might be surprised at some of the beneficial technologies the program leaves behind.