Stanford University researchers say a server using only dynamic random-access memory could recover from a crash in 1.6 seconds.
Biometrics could provide a way to automate visitor exits from the United States and identify with more certainty who remains in the country.
A recent 'robot rodeo' for bomb squads in Oklahoma is the latest in a series of events that reflect the growing role of robotics.
The General Services Administration migrated its increasingly mobile 17,000 e-mail users from an aging and outdated system to the secure, cloud-based and collaborative Google Apps for Government platform.
Making AIDS research into a game pays off big for scientists working toward a cure, which opens the door to using online games for other research.
The Future Attribute Screening Technology Mobile Module (FAST), which uses non-intrusive sensors, is based on the premise that certain physical behaviors could indicate that a person is about to commit a crime.
The University of Maryland College Park has won a contract to partner with the National Institute of Standards and Technology in developing a framework for the development and testing of intelligent control systems.
The prototype ESnet, being built with Internet2, is part of DOE’s plan for a next-generation high-speed — and eventually terabit — science and research network.
The millimeter wave AIT machines give screeners a view of a generic human outline rather than a specific naked person.
The winning plane in the CAFE Green Flight Challenge achieved the equivalent of 403.5 passenger miles per gallon, representing a breakthrough in electrical-powered aviation.
Without new analytic modeling technologies, cities might be in the dark about the best ways to solve some of their more complex financial problems.
The SuperBeam SB-405 phones provide perfect pitch for talking or listening, and don't use clunky boom mikes.