If we create simulated universes, then statistically speaking there's a chance we're already living in one, according to one theory. Is it worth finding out?
The Domain Awareness System, developed by Microsoft and New York City police, combines data gathered by 3,000 cameras and other sensors with crime data for a better picture of events as they unfold.
The 3Doodler might not be able to make fine-tuned machine parts, but it could come in handy for repairs in the field, and it might be the first step into a new frontier for 3D printing.
If there were any doubts about the potential for this quirky, fascinating technology, its place in the president's State of the Union speech should erase them.
The move to cloud services and mobile access hasn't changed agencies' focus on ensuring access for people with disabilities.
The company's roofless data center in Virginia requires a lot less power and water to keep servers running smoothly. Should agencies follow suit?
DARPA wants to develop 'transient electronics' that will degrade into the environment when left behind on the battlefield.
You can void e-mail clutter and personal-opinion slip-ups with one of the most underused tools in a sender's arsenal.
New technologies can help in defending the country's networks and critical infrastructure, but you also need manpower.
Agencies are moving more of their data to the cloud and considering disk systems for local storage, but tape isn't quite dead yet.