commentary Mobile networks are running out of capacity. But the federal government is doing everything it can to weasel out of a White House promise to free up some of its vast stockpile of radio spectrum.
President-elect Barack Obama has named leaders in climate change, cancer research, and genetic research to head his science and technology team.
Eric Schmidt and Craig Mundie will serve to advise the Obama administration on matters of science, technology, and innovation.
The Defense Department and wireless industry agree freeing up government owned spectrum is a good idea, but they disagree how about how to do it.
The Tianhe-1A supercomputer bests the Jaguar system in the biannual Top 500 list, but the U.S. high-performance computing community doesn't need to hang its head in shame just yet.
An extension to renewable energy grants and corn ethanol subsidy are part of a tax deal while funding for clean-energy research and development appears flat.
The Obama administration's chief technology officer could be one of those bureaucratic positions that ends up consumed by turf battles rather than making real progress against initiatives.
Despite what Apple says, it does not duplicate iTunes functionality. It does much more.
Saying we need a Moore's Law for green tech can be an aspirational goal but don't expect our energy system to change as fast as your computer processor.
Nuclear power is back in the discussion over the future of energy but the U.S. needs research to establish a long-term strategy on how to handle spent nuclear fuel, according to panel.