Google Glass Killed: For Now
The Google Glass Explorer Program is shutting down for now, but this isn't the end of the company's plans for Glass or wearable computing.
Apple Is Not Charlie
Apple seems blind to the irony of selling an app that supports free speech when it does not do the same.
Cuba Calling? Not So Fast...
Lack of infrastructure and enterprise communications capabilities will make a tough go for companies interested in taking advantage of loosening restrictions.
Web Becomes Less Free
Censorship, lack of privacy, and other ills threaten the health of the Web, says World Wide Web Foundation.
Public Safety Communications: Time For Convergence
First responders need a better blend of reliability and multimedia capability. Until a dedicated 4G network is implemented, a blend of networks, devices, and applications should drive future procurements.
Senate Explores Outsourcing Security Services
The US Senate might outsource core cyber security support to a managed security service. Candidate tasks include network security monitoring, threat analysis, incident reporting, vulnerability analysis, and security engineering and research.
Drones Fitted For Regulatory Collar
Federal Aviation Administration rules reportedly will require pilot certification to fly unmanned aircraft systems for commercial purposes.
Broadband Demand Hits The High Seas
Cruise ship operators Royal Caribbean and Carnival are exploring new ways to provide on-board Internet access, highlighting advances in remote connectivity.
HHS Embraces Innovation
Health department's IDEA Lab uses tech startup techniques to develop new services and features.
8 Lessons From Rosetta Comet Mission
What does the European Space Agency's amazing Philae probe landing tell us about where we are as a spacefaring civilization, where we're going, and how to get there?