Researchers tested a new system that combines computer algorithms with a brain-computer interface to help humans more quickly identify underwater mines.
Implanted sensor systems could transmit information among soldiers and systems both.
Stabilitas combines data, maps and local intelligence help organizations operate abroad with greater confidence by knowing the risks they face.
IBM scientists say they have solved a crucial problem in quantum computing, just in time for an upcoming IARPA event on the subject.
Researchers at Yahoo have developed a biometric authentication system that uses the whole touchscreen as the image sensor and verifies biometrics with low-resolution scans.
ikeGPS Spike offers emergency-response managers a new mobile tool for making rapid in-the-field measurements that can easily be integrated into responders’ databases.
State IT leaders discuss the realities of implementing innovative tech.
Smartphones can transmit an earthquake’s detected location and magnitude to the U.S. Geological Survey, which can then send alerts to others in the path of the shock waves.
The research agency’s BRASS program aims to ensure that applications can continue to function in a rapidly changing technology ecosystem.
The tools astronauts manufactured in space have been sent back to Earth for testing.
With its market penetration and low power requirements, Bluetooth Smart is positioned to network the Internet of Things.
The unusual partnership combines fishermen’s experience with unmanned underwater vehicles to locate and protect spawning clusters of cod.
Integrating the cyber and physical worlds really is a matter of timing, according to a new report by the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
USAID is using 3D printers to build weather stations to better predict flash floods in underdeveloped nations.