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.
The Air Force Medical Service finds, like some other agencies, that social media can be the best way to interact with their constituents.
The department will move its core research archives onto a semantic search platform to improve the relevance of queries.
The Digital Forensics Challenge gives would-be investigators a chance to test their ability by completing increasingly difficult challenges across five levels of difficulty.
Police are testing 400 customized, muted smart phones that give officers on the scene immediate access to deep databases of information.
The university, which operates the San Diego Supercomputing Center, is turbo-charging its network around a switch that can handle 1 trillion bits/sec.
The city completes a 30-year project to automate its traffic signals, but the upside is in the data, not the driver's seat.