A quick look at the NASA Mars Science Laboratory and Curiosity rover mission
Stories by Michael Cooney
Space debris, comets, asteroids and cool clouds highlight Earth space news
The massive power outages across most of northern India have not affected the software development, back office operations and services work that emanates from the country.
It's no secret that agencies core to the U.S. government has as a central plan - known as Cloud First -- to move most operations toward a cloud computing service. In the process of course is a never-ending evaluation by other agencies to talk about how those cloud implementations are doing.
50 years ago NASA launched Telstar the world’s first communications satellite
Have we found the God particle??
A little over a month after the FBI warned travelers of an uptick in data being stolen via hotel Internet connections, the Federal Trade Commission has filed a complaint against Wyndham Worldwide Corporation and three of its subsidiaries for alleged data security failures that led to three data breaches at Wyndham hotels in less than two years.
A quick look at the latest in waterproof cellphones, dancing iPhones, solar-powered gear and robots from around the world
Looking to address harsh criticism from its own inspector general that has been painfully slow in getting important technologies out of the lab and into commercial applications, NASA today said it has opened a revamped Technology Transfer Portal which aims to streamline the way the space agency handles that business.
FTC: Data broker Spokeo to pay $800,000 for selling personal data to employers for background checks
The Federal Trade Commission today said data broker Spokeo will pay $800,000 to settle FTC charges it sold personal information it gathered from social media and other Internet-based sites to employers and job recruiters without taking steps to protect consumers required under the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
NASA Shuttle Enterprise makes way to Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
Bad news keeps piling up on RIM, but it wasn’t always that way
The nasty Trojan known as Citadel malware, which is based on Zeus, has typically been used to extort money from online banking users, but a new variant is making the rounds that tries to get your money by saying you looked at child porn sites and must pay a violation fee to the U.S. Department of Justice.
IBM says a study it did of some 1700 Chief Executive Officers worldwide found that many indeed - or should be - grasping social media as a key enabler of collaboration and innovation.
The FBI today warned travelers there has been an uptick in malicious software infecting laptops and other devices linked to hotel Internet connections.