Aspera and Intel combine technologies to get 10 gigabits/sec transfer speeds over a wide area network.
The semi-autonomous Wave Gliders, which have performed well in rough conditions for NOAA, show potential for Guard duty.
The Forest Service is trying new technologies to help improve information sharing− and safety − for firefighters. Don’t overlook satellite phones.
The creator of the venerable Linpack benchmark says its value as a proxy for real-world performance "has become very low," so he's created an alternative.
MIT researchers show how one computer connected to a cloud can spy on every other computer in that cloud. But they have a solution.
The Voyager spacecraft, with their 36-year-old systems and 68KB of computing capacity, may soon exit the solar system.
The Scorpius 2.0 is an example of what's possible with Intel's new low-power, high-performance processors.
A 3D printing pioneer's project to create CAD files of some of the world's great sculptures could give students, and everyone else, a hands-on education in art.
The upgrade brings back the Start button, sort of, and adds a few other features.
The National Science Foundation funds development of STEM games such as those by Wisdom Tools, and NASA helps ensure their accuracy.