What can developers learn from the bumpy opening of the Affordable Care Act sites?
Large power transformers, which regulate voltage along the electricity supply chain, are soft spot in the power grid, experts say.
The Obama administration launches set of online tools to help companies choose sites and prepare permits to build-out high speed Internet projects on federal land.
Two data center operators recently announced plans to open colocation facilities targeting government customers.
Historical Hurricane Tracks lets users customize their searches and shows the tracks of hurricanes around the globe as far back as 1842, along with details on each storm.
A study of 600 IT managers found most want better intelligence tools to identify threats that are "difficult to detect," but many lack the budget to buy them.
The city's Department of Transportation has been reusing RFID data from E-ZPass readers to manage city’s traffic nightmares.
The far-reaching technology, which uses white spaces in the TV broadcast spectrum, could be key in bringing wireless service to underserved areas.
Veterans Affairs researchers are using natural language processing technologies to flag veterans' electronic health records for evidence of a predilection toward suicide.
USGS and Alaska spearhead an effort to digitally remap topographical features of the state to benefit transportation planning, climate change science and emergency response.