Aspera and Intel combine technologies to get 10 gigabits/sec transfer speeds over a wide area network.
The semi-autonomous Wave Gliders, which have performed well in rough conditions for NOAA, show potential for Guard duty.
The Savannah River National Lab’s prototype hardware, designed in collaboration with NSA, uses Suite B cryptography for a system that could be adapted for other uses.
The moves to cloud computing and shared databases are among the factors driving e-authentication.
The creator of the venerable Linpack benchmark says its value as a proxy for real-world performance "has become very low," so he's created an alternative.
MIT researchers show how one computer connected to a cloud can spy on every other computer in that cloud. But they have a solution.
The Voyager spacecraft, with their 36-year-old systems and 68KB of computing capacity, may soon exit the solar system.
The Scorpius 2.0 is an example of what's possible with Intel's new low-power, high-performance processors.
Updated specifications from NIST for the PIV card now include an option for iris scans in addition to fingerprint authentication and the ability to do on-card matching of fingerprints.
The agency is selecting sites for UAV tests that could eventually open up the airways, but for now there are two paths to getting authorization for unmanned flights.
Sense-and-avoid technologies are close to ensuring safe UAV flights on a large scale. It's mostly a matter of time, standards and FAA rules.
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.
A 3D printing pioneer's project to create CAD files of some of the world's great sculptures could give students, and everyone else, a hands-on education in art.
MIT researchers' Wi-Vi system uses two transmitters and a single receiver to detect motion on the other side of a wall or door.