The game taps crowdsourcing to get more people to help in testing software.
Cigital bills itself as the world’s largest consulting firm specializing in software security. The Dulles, VA- based company works with government agencies and large corporations to design, build, and maintain secure software.
Editor’s Pick Chip architect and DARPA researcher Bob Colwell outlines the challenges of chip design as Moore’s Law slows
To fix the plumbing with the technical equivalent of a plunger, IBM is creating its 9HP siclion germanium chip technology.
The White House just announced a brand new research initiative focused on mapping the human brain, which sadly, does not involve a magic school bus.
DARPA grants a Carnegie Mellon professor $6 million to develop software that protects unmanned vehicles from attack.
I want to apologize in advance to my editors for this post. I’ve been really really good about writing hard news, actual stories. Doing interviews, getting quotes, and generally keeping my nose to the journalistic grindstone.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency asked this question on Twitter: what technology from science fiction would you most like to see as science fact?
A fundamental tenet of the modern maker movement is that everyone wants to build something. Especially the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
IBM has been shipping computers for more than 65 years, and it is finally on the verge of creating a true electronic brain.
There’s a reason why malware creators are outrunning the security vendors now. It’s a lot easier to attack computer networks than it is to protect them, according to a cyber security expert at the Pentagon.
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