Motorola is deploying a hardware-based security system for mobile devices that is intended to meet the needs of the secure government market.
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Despite a few beta-related flaws, Apple's latest phone reveals the future of human/machine interaction.
"USDA Anywhere" is intended to be a single departmentwide mobile network flexible enough to let its 29 disparate agencies modify it to suit their needs.
Agencies going mobile must balance users' expectations with security and operational imperatives, industry experts say.
Monitoring the integrity of a computer’s Basic Input/Output System can be critical to security. NIST offers guidelines for developing tools that support BIOS integrity.
The Kindle Fire isn't an iPad killer, but instead can complement it and many others. It's the tablet to have if you have more than one.
Nanotubes can be configured to create the blackest black, rendering an object invisible to radar or vision at night, researchers say. You wouldn't even be able to see Wonder Woman sitting inside.
Mobile developers who have worked on apps to help people find restaurants and buy movie tickets could soon be working on smart-phone apps to help the military fly its drones.
The federal government wants to adopt mobile devices more widely, but its agencies and departments must consider a variety of issues before taking the plunge.
The Droid RAZR by Motorola proves that thin does not have to mean flimsy.
The small form factor of Acer's Iconia Tab A501 belies its widescreen multi-touch display, and its weight would have you underestimate what's packed inside.
It's not the phones, it's the apps: Android's popularity and lax security controls make it the most popular target for malware, according to McAfee Labs.
It's an age-old debate (in the computing era, anyway), and there is a right answer.
Server virtualization is the division of a server's memory or processor capacity into separate and isolated "virtual machines," simulating multiple machines within one physical box. So where is your agency with the process?