14 Amazing DARPA Technologies On Tap
Go inside the labs of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency for a look at some of the most intriguing technologies they're developing in computing, electronics, communications, and more.
EHRs Under Fire For Inflating Medicare Bills
HHS, Center for Public Integrity say some healthcare providers are gaming the system to draw higher Medicare reimbursement. Doctors say electronic health records are simply enabling them to bill for things they had done for free in the past.
NIST Funds Trusted Identity Pilot Programs
National Institute of Standards and Technology programs are intended to create a trustworthy online environment for consumers and businesses, and for institutional transactions.
Cyber Warfare Still Poses Legal Questions
A body of accepted international law on cyber warfare slowly is emerging, but more needs to be done to address new world of aggression, civilian and military officials said Tuesday.
NASA Makes Most Of Curiosity Rover Data
New Mission Data Processing and Control System (MPCS) uses techniques including graphical views to make raw data from Mars rover useful to more team members inside NASA.
Apple Device ID Leak Traced To BlueToad
Stolen IDs did not come from FBI, as claimed by AntiSec, but from a Florida-based app publisher that issued an apology and said it is no longer collecting UDID data.
NYC: No Taxi Hailing, Payment Apps For You
After Uber released a mobile app that aims to help passengers and drivers locate one another, New York City's Taxi and Limousine Commission quickly told taxi drivers to steer clear of such apps.