There are some myths about data destruction, but making sure information can't be retrieved from a hard drive isn't that hard.
A group is developing a bare computer on a board, like the Pi, but with a quad core processor and a host of features.
Neurogrid, a small, low-power system created by researchers at Stanford, could improve brain and mental illness research.
Microsoft's new OS is making headway with agencies, particularly in DOD, while catching on with consumers, too.
As unmanned aircraft becomes more sophisticated, the military finds gaming skills more important than actual flight experience.
As the next step toward a human/machine interface, Leap Motion's controller could lead to the biggest change for PC users since the mouse, and it could happen sooner than you think.
An MIT engineer is working on developing 3D-printed objects that would change over time -- and even build themselves.
Before the joyrides begin, the agency will send a high-performance modular data center into space to test radiation levels 100 kilometers above the Earth.
If there has been one thing holding back 3D printing from more widespread use, it was the price of a good 3D printer. That could be changing.
Cool with GPS but lost with a map? Familiar with a typewriter but confounded by speech-to-text? Or do agencies have people who can handle both?