A research team shows DHS and FAA how spoofing unencrypted GPS signals lets them take over drones in flight, potentially turning them into weapons.
Wireless power adapters are making headway, more than 100 years after Nicola Tesla patented the idea.
The company's foray into hardware has some great productivity features, such as a cover/keyboard and a USB port. But will it live up to government needs better than the iPad?
Many organizations mistakenly think that traditional IT infrastructures can support mobile security, experts say.
A new interpreting service lets government users access translators in 170 languages around the clock from their mobile devices.
The commission has had to increase the pool of ID codes for devices, from cell phones to security tags, and is considering new ways to approve them.
A two-pronged initiative aims to accelerate development and deployment of ultra-fast networks and the applications to use them.
The department chose the Kindle for its overseas language education programs, saying the iPad fell short in two areas.
The updated special publication offers guidance on countering threats to devices using Bluetooth, some versions of which provide only limited security.
The new portfolio lets organizations test and manage security for mobile apps across the software development life cycle.
Apple's move to kick Google Maps off of the iPhone and replace it with its own Maps product could have an impact on agency mapping apps -- and spell doom for TomTom.
Riverside was honored for its project to build a fiber network throughout the city.