GCN honors projects, ranging from USDA's satellite-based anti-fraud program to the world's biggest public-sector hackathon, for excellence in IT innovation and performance.
With 6,300 lumens of power, the new Matrix DLP model, is designed to deliver simulations in any environment.
Panasonic's ToughPad FZ-G1 is a Windows 8 Pro tablet rugged enough to be used in practically any environment. But when multiple options are in use, its power consumption might be an issue.
In order to reduce soldiers' fatigue and injury, the Warrior Web prototype reduces the stress on the troops who carry 100 pounds or more of equipment.
The 110 FirstLook from iRobot can be tossed through a window or over a wall, then explore its surroundings while sending back images.
The Pentagon expects to have its own network up and running by next year, as part of its new push for better cybersecurity.
A Naval Research Lab team develops a more efficient set of algorithms to increase the resolution of its maps.
Metadata is valuable for extracting knowledge from smaller subsets of data for intelligence-gathering as well as for energy, weather and public safety research, experts say.
The intell community's two-pronged approach will free agencies from the "tyranny of the one," the CIA's chief technology officer says.
While marking GCN's 30th year, we're taking a look at how far computing has progressed in three decades. Here's a look at the most powerful supercomputers of 1982 and 2012.
DreamHammer's Ballista is the first commercial software that can be integrated into the military's UCS architecture.
A year after the global launch, traffic using IPv6 has doubled, with some mobile networks, university campuses and government agencies driving the switch.