The US government is teaming up with the private sector and academia to make sure the country keeps up with the rapidly advancing wearable tech market.
Documents show how our forces are prepared to deal with outer space zombies, engineered zombies and many other forms. These preparations are for training purposes only. Well, officially.
The Defense Department is expected to announce a modification to the nation's strategy that will result in the use of cyberattacks as a defense tactic.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly reported that BlackBerry had landed a new contract with the Pentagon. The 80,000 phones mentioned in the US Department of Defense's press release referred to already existing devices.
Not so fast, BlackBerry investors -- the government now says it did not make any new purchases from the struggling smartphone maker.
The Canadian company nabs a contract for 80,000 phones, Apple and Samsung keep battling, and Facebook may become an infectious disease.
Reports that the Department of Defense chose the device maker's phones caused the company's stock to soar. Meanwhile, it moves forward in selling the majority of its Canadian real estate holdings.
A robot made by a Japanese start-up that Google has bought has won a rescue competition organised by Darpa in the US.
A newly announced partnership between UniKey and Samsung KNOX aims to bring the Kevo smart lock's touch-to-enter technology to businesses and institutions worldwide.
New York Times columnist David Carr, in his final public appearance, hosted a reunion of sorts with Snowden, protagonist of the film "Citizenfour," as well as director Laura Poitras and journalist Glenn Greenwald.