Researchers at Rutgers have developed a prototype device that lets you authenticate with the swipe of a finger.
The AISight cameras used during the Republican convention adapt to their environment to determine if anything is amiss.
PC sales have slowed and mobile mania continues to grow, which might make you think government PCs are heading the way of the typewriter. But maybe not.
Researchers for the first time use a solid-state quantum processor in prime factoring (and get it right half the time), which could eventually have a big impact on security.
Of all immigrants coming into the United States, about 825,000 fingerprint records at US-VISIT have multiple names and inconsistent birth dates.
The Army's new expeditionary lab develops and produces prototypes and other equipment on the spot.
Microsoft's "Election 2012 on xBox LIVE" aims to lure gamers into the political discourse, but there are reasons why it might not work.
Enterprise-class solution helps agencies manage “geographic sprawl” through greater mobility and ability to power almost any device virtually anywhere.
A pilot project that started in Michigan will give police in in several states access to a database of nearly 13 million mug shots.
Reportedly concerned about unauthorized disclosures, FDA officials installed monitoring software on some scientists’ laptops. The scientists say the action is in retaliation for blowing the whistle.
IBM's purchase of Texas Memory Systems raises the possibility that we'll be seeing flash in government data centers before too long. What are the advantages?
The key to mining those huge data sets collected from sensors and camera systems is to leave digital computing behind, the agency says.