A Rutgers research project delivers X-ray machine-like scanning of bags for less than one-tenth the cost.
A new report from Deloitte outlines six factors for government agencies interested in starting a blockchain pilot.
In 1968, computers got personal as Douglas Engelbart made people re-think what computers can do.
Wearable monitors, flexible smart clothes, industrial sensors and medical sensors will be much more effective if their antennas are lightweight and flexible.
A report from the IBM Center for The Business of Government details recent roundtable discussions from the Congressional Blockchain Caucus.
Researchers working on "papertronics" used bacteria to develop a paper battery that’s recyclable and biodegradable, as well as reliable enough to actually use.
The theft of CPU power to mine cryptocurrencies does more than siphon off agency resources -- it also opens the door for more malware to affect machines and networks.
NASA's simulations are helping the agency understand what a future drone traffic management system will look like.
Researchers at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory have developed a wearable suite of sensors first responders can use track multiple victims' medical data.
Looking 25 years into the future, DOD's domain-agnostic approach focuses on interoperability, autonomy, network security and human-machine collaboration.
Greater government support for quantum computing research will help ensure the U.S. does not fall behind in the revolutionary technology.
Multiple lasers will be shot through a series of mirrors to create a single, larger laser beam that targets a photovoltaic cell on a drone.