NASA enthusiasts now have access to more than 8,000 photos from the space agency's Apollo mission. InformationWeek has selected 10 of our favorites.By Nathan Eddy Freelance Writer, 10/9/20153 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Project Titan is either the best-kept or worst-kept secret in Silicon Valley. Whether Apple is or isn't building its own autonomous vehicle is not clear, but here's what we're hearing.By Nathan Eddy Freelance Writer, 10/4/201510 comments | Read | Post a Comment
The most recent high-resolution images from NASA's New Horizons probe reveal surprising details of Pluto's largest moon, Charon, including massive canyons. By Nathan Eddy Freelance Writer, 10/2/20154 comments | Read | Post a Comment
NASA's Discovery program is narrowing down its list of potential missions, including several different trips to Venus, as well as a study of asteroids near Jupiter.By Nathan Eddy Freelance Writer, 10/1/20152 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Updated medical classifications for billing purposes could cause problems for insurers, and may end up jacking up healthcare costs.By Larry Loeb Blogger, Informationweek, 9/30/20150 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Organizations such as NASA and Google continue to invest in quantum computing even while questions are asked about whether it exists. Can a company called D-Wave deliver?By Curtis Franklin Jr. Executive Editor, Technical Content, 9/30/20157 comments | Read | Post a Comment
David Bowie's famous question -- "Is there life on Mars?" -- remains unanswered, but NASA says it has found the key to life flowing across the planet's surface. By Nathan Eddy Freelance Writer, 9/29/201516 comments | Read | Post a Comment
While Volkswagen's recent software scandal raises serious ethical concerns, it's certainly not the only remarkable software failure this year. Here's a rundown of what can happen when good software goes bad. As we head into fourth quarter 2015, we can't help but wonder what's next. By Andrew Froehlich President & Lead Network Architect, West Gate Networks, 9/29/201526 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Cities are crowded, and in the years ahead, the transportation industry will have to adapt as more markets have less room for private cars.By Thomas Claburn Editor at Large, Enterprise Mobility, 9/28/201516 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wants to deliver universal Internet access by 2020, but one of the biggest beneficiaries of that is his own social media site.By Larry Loeb Blogger, Informationweek, 9/28/20155 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Sprint will not participate in a new auction for bandwidth in the US. Instead, it's taking T-Mobile head-on with an alluring iPhone 6s deal.By Nathan Eddy Freelance Writer, 9/28/20150 comments | Read | Post a Comment
The New Horizons mission to Pluto continues to amaze, as new images reveal a complex system of geography and chemical composition. By Nathan Eddy Freelance Writer, 9/27/20155 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Taking over from Martin Winterkorn, former Porsche chairman Matthias Müller will try to regain customer trust for Volkswagen in the wake of its emissions cheating scandal. Holding a master's degree in computer science, Müller brings a familiarity with software that may help the automaker emerge from its crisis.By Thomas Claburn Editor at Large, Enterprise Mobility, 9/26/201514 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Apple executives and representatives from California's DMV recently met to discuss Project Titan, the company's self-driving vehicle project, according to the Guardian.By Nathan Eddy Freelance Writer, 9/20/201510 comments | Read | Post a Comment
NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio wants computer science education offered to all students within the next 10 years. Finding the right teachers, however, may be difficult.By Larry Loeb Blogger, Informationweek, 9/16/20156 comments | Read | Post a Comment
A new program from the Obama White House is looking to spend $160 million on so-called Smart Cities to improve communication and quality-of-life through technology and the Internet of Things.By Larry Loeb Blogger, Informationweek, 9/15/20156 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Brad Smith, Microsoft's first company-wide president since 2002, will also continue to oversee its security policies as chief legal officer. By Kelly Sheridan Associate Editor, InformationWeek, 9/15/20150 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Time to Reconsider Enterprise Email StrategyCost, time, and risk. It's the demand trifecta vying for the attention of both technology professionals and attorneys charged with balancing the expectations of their clients and business units with the hard reality of the current financial and regulatory climate. Sometimes, organizations assume high levels of risk as a result of their inability to meet the costs involved in data protection. In other instances, it's time that's of the essence, as with a data breach.
5 Top Federal Initiatives For 2015As InformationWeek Government readers were busy firming up their fiscal year 2015 budgets, we asked them to rate more than 30 IT initiatives in terms of importance and current leadership focus. No surprise, among more than 30 options, security is No. 1. After that, things get less predictable.
Dark Reading Threat Intelligence Survey Threat intelligence is the best way to stay ahead of new and complex attacks, say survey respondents. How analytics influences their IT security strategies varies.