The second issue in the America's Army series takes users from high school to a Special Forces medic unit.
Researchers eliminate a wireless bottleneck by tackling the problem of dropped packets. All they needed was math.
Developers are bending the rules to get their iPhone apps to do what they want, something agencies using iOS devices should keep an eye on.
Apple cut its new-product cycle almost in half with the newest version on the iPad, but there is a reason.
New developments could help the agency make use of the sub millimeter wave frequency band, for such uses as imaging, radar and spectroscopy.
Speculation that, in 75 years or so, a brain microchip could enable communications sounds like science fiction, but such as technology would have practical applications.
Considering the potential threat demonstrated by PlaceRaider, users in government buildings could take precautionary measures.
The Wireless Gigabit Alliance, also known as WiGig,has been tasked by the IEEE to discover new ways to expand into gigabit-plus wireless communications.
The feature lets you keep work and personal information separate, and could appeal to IT managers.
Cisco wants to network and IP-enable vehicles, which could be a boon for emergency response crews, among others.