House Republican Whip Kevin McCarthy apparently took some tips from Hollywood in debuting the new GOP WhipCast mobile application, but the information it provides is anything but yesterday's news.
The water in the mineral oil-fueled cooling tank, heated by computers to about 122 degrees, is being routed to the HVAC systems of surrounding buildings in Sweden.
The adult entertainment industry has a history of influencing technology choices.
Requirements for using Personal Identity Verification credentials for logical access to networks appear to be forgotten in the adoption of mobile devices in the enterprise.
The company says it will end development of Flash for mobile browsers, concentrating on Adobe AIR and HTML5; Jobs had objected to Flash and predicted HTML5 would win.
Counterfeit parts, mostly made in China, have found their way into the U.S. military's supply chain, and now members of the Senate Armed Services Committee want to hold contractors more responsible.
Desktop virtualization is intended as a server-centric computing model where all client data and desktop configuration information are stored on a server.
The GCN Lab picks the top 10 IT products of the year, plus one overall winner.
The Army has asked for input from commercial vendors about how to administer and manage its nascent mobile network.
The push toward mobile technologies and teleworking won't eliminate office printing, but it could help reduce it at last.
Georgia Tech researchers have developed a way to print nanotube-based explosives sensors from an inkjet printer.
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.
Agency approves the Streak 5 mini-tablet for use by Defense Department personnel, opening the way for other Android platforms in government.
Agencies are getting some help in kicking their expensive and wasteful paper-printing habits.
The Fairfax, Va.'s police department's 4G LTE modems allowed dispatchers to remotely run the city's 911 system without shutting it down during an upgrade.