New tools from Data.gov include a catalog of APIs and developer pages as well as an open source data catalog.
The Defense Information Systems Agency cancels a sole-source contract for advanced large data object cloud services after drawing industry interest.
Maturing technology and budget pressures make telemedicine a viable, money-saving practice for corrections departments.
The eight data centers on the company's sprawling Ashburn, Va., campus operate as one virtual building, serving as North America's largest IP traffic hub.
A seven-year study finds the quality of open-source software development neck-and-neck with proprietary code.
The XC30-AC systems start at $500,000 and offer speeds ranging from 22 to 176 teraflops.
Nebraska's Office of the Chief Information Officer has turned to virtual tape storage tech to tackle a growing data overload.
In an example of "citizen science," NASA invited the amateur radio community to help piece together an image of Earth sent from PhoneSat cameras.
Florida Power & Light's network ties together 4.6 million smart meters and 10,000 other devices.
The city released the first wave of a series of geospatial datasets to public developers via Google Fusion, a tool for data visualization and integration.