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Dresses writhe and glow only when someone is looking

Designer Ying Gao created two interactive dresses that move and light up when the built-in eye trackers detect a gaze.

By June 25, 2013


GAO piracy report: A deeper look

MPAA and RIAA have argued digital piracy hurts the nation's overall economy, but GAO report says that's nearly impossible to measure.

By April 13, 2010


GAO to FCC: Wireless users need more protection

Government Accountability Office says Thursday that the FCC needs to do more to protect subscribers who are dissatisfied with their service.

By December 10, 2009


Report finds smart-grid security lacking

GAO report says smart meters lack strong security architecture and features for detecting and analyzing cyberattacks.

By January 19, 2011


GAO calls rush to field F-35 strike-fighter not 'prudent'

F-35 Lighting project, considered the linchpin of the military's plan to modernize its tactical air forces, is found to be over budget and behind schedule.

By March 16, 2009


Price overruns for nuke detectors likely to be in the billions, says GAO

Five-fold increase in nuclear detector portal cost likely not the end of it, says GAO report.

By September 24, 2008


Feds raise questions about big media's piracy claims

Piracy appears to be a drain on industry and tax revenue, but GAO says data unreliable. Report raises questions about film, music sectors' piracy claims.

By April 12, 2010


GAO: Voting machines not to blame for Florida irregularities

But computer scientists argue government tests were too limited to rule out technological glitches during contested '06 congressional race. Paper trails, they say, are the best answer.

By February 8, 2008


GAO: Lots of data breaches, not a lot of fraud

Auditors say only a fraction of largest intrusions in recent years showed clear evidence of resulting identity theft, but they admit that's not always easy to gauge.

By July 6, 2007


Exposed to military chemical and biological warfare tests, they walk among us

DOD and VA have given up on finding thousands of people potentially exposed during bio and chemical warfare tests, according to new GAO report.

By March 2, 2008