An April workshop will consider how to better protect consumers from the high-tech onslaught that some debt collection firms use.
There is a disconnect between students getting high tech degrees and what employers are looking for in those graduates.
NASA says massive solar flare will produce pretty skies, but little else.
Analysis: The massive solar flare will produce pretty skies but little else, the agency says.
IBM's Watson has parlayed its overwhelming victory in this week's "Jeopardy!" challenge into a job developing smart applications for the health care industry.
As IBM’s Watson steps into the Jeopardy! ring it takes a lot of history with it.
The government's all-encompassing digital federal records keeping system is costing a lot more--perhaps as much as 41 percent more--than originally planned.
The app accepts voice input for 15 languages and users can translate a word or phrase into one of more than 50 languages.
The FBI says it is set to roll out is N-DEx search engine and information sharing program to a wider swath of the federal, state and local law enforcement
Google is poised to hire more than 6,000 people this year if all goes according to plan.
The application lets taxpayers check on their status of their tax refund and obtain helpful tax information.
Suddenly popular Bubble Ball game strikes a chord with the “physics-minded”
As the country's electricity grid undergoes a transformation and moves toward a more intelligently networked, automated system, it faces an increasing amount of cybersecurity issues.
Millions of dollars were laid out this year for all manner of energy research--from new biofuels and wind projects to better batteries and smartgrid programs.