The ViewSonic VA2451m LED has all the advantages of a 24-inch monitor but with the power consumption of a smaller display.
NEC's 22-inch EA223WM-BK LCD combines good performance with the lowest power use of any monitor the lab has tested.
The systems, which can capture up to thousands of images per hour, are increasingly popular with police but are raising privacy conerns.
The Basic Input/Output System that boots a computer could be an attractive target for sophisticated exploits, and the complexity of servers creates specific challenges that NIST addresses in new security guidelines.
The ThinkCentre M92p Tiny packs the performance of a full-size desktop on a modest physical and electrical footprints.
If a student team can build a homemade 3D printer that can produce a boat, the administration's $60 million foray into advanced manufacturing technology could hold promise.
The Tripp Lite UPS System cuts down on wasted electricity by combining a smart power strip and UPS in one device.
The Xerox ColorQube 8900X printer has great graphical capabilities, is an environmentally friendly office companion, and can anticipate your print times.
The project is one of many at the U.S. Army's SouthCom that combines IT expertise from multiple agencies, including foreign ones, to support forces in the field.
Alaska’s Enterprise Technology Services team used a unified computing system to quickly move existing services to a new data center, and validated its disaster recovery approach and failover capabilities in the process.
A chip that collects energy from light, heat and vibrations could keep low-powered sensors running without batteries.
Dell's launch of its Tactical Mobile Data Center will allow government, military and enterprise users to quickly deploy an additional, backup or remote IT backbone.
The company and the green IT certification program agree to work together on evolving environmental standards.
Sandia Lab researchers take a radical approach to keeping computers and other electronics cool.
The company pulled its products from EPEAT, which is required for federal and other government buys. But the iPad and iPhone are exempt, for now at least.