FCC Seeks Comment On Spectrum Needs
As more consumers use devices like the iPhone for mobile Internet services, the FCC is asking if there is enough licensed spectrum to handle it in the future.
iPhone To Enter South Korea
The country has long kept its mobile market closed in order to protect and improve LG Electronics and Samsung.
NASA Names CIO
Linda Cureton leaves her position as NASA Goddard's CIO to fill the space agency's top IT job.
FCC Chair Preps Net Neutrality Speech
Julius Genachowski, Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, is expected to support rules that would prevent carriers from interfering with traffic on their networks.
Google Plans Private Government Cloud
As the government moves to adopt cloud computing and considers limited use of free consumer services, Google is trying to address lingering concerns about security and control in the cloud.
Healthcare Market Hot For IT Staffing
The details of the federal government's HITECH stimulus legislation are not final, but healthcare organizations are getting their IT teams in order now.
Gov 2.0: Open Government Directive Nearly Ready
At the Gov 2.0 Summit, federal CTO Aneesh Chopra said the order, due soon, will outline steps agencies can take to be 'hardwired' for transparency, collaboration, and participatory government.
Social Security Administration Names New CIO
The agency's new IT leader, Frank Baitman, inherits a variety of tech initiatives, including a claims processing system upgrade, healthcare IT, and building a new data center.