The move gives Google the potential to compete better against Apple, which controls software and hardware for all Apple OS devices.
NASCIO has selected 30 state IT initiatives in 10 categories as finalists for its 2011 Recognition Awards for Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Information Technology in State Government.
The Homeland Security Department is moving forward with plans for another emergency response test, this time in the Northeast.
A geospatial framework emerges for emergency response coordination among federal, state and local governments.
A national — rather than a federal — model for emergency response data sharing is a key to progress in standards making, geospatial planners say.
IBM and the City of Portland, Ore., built a model that connects the relationships between the city's core systems and projects how they affect each other.
The winning project teams, selected from more than 200 nominated, combined leadership and technical innovation with a determination to improve services and cut costs.
Three out of every 10 Android users face hacking attempts annually, more than doubling users' risks from just six months ago, says Lookout Mobile Security.
The General Services Administration has successfully migrated its 17,000 e-mail users to Google Apps for Government, according to GSA Administrator Martha Johnson.
The Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment will replace and expand the TeraGrid, which gives researchers access to high-performance platforms.
The Defense Department's plans to shutter its Defense Knowledge Online portal are set. What comes next?
The announcement of the closure of Defense Knowledge Online is furthering uncertainty over the future of DOD's online portals and enterprise services. Here's a quick look at some of the stats.