Shawn Dunn, formerly an executive at Weta Digital, has joined Original Force, LTD as the company’s new Chief Technology Officer. At Original Force, Dunn will be responsible for overseeing the company’s technology foundation, implementing...Show More Summary
The aging American nuclear arsenal still relies on ancient 8-inch floppy disks according to a new report fro the Government Accountability Office. The study, titled “Federal Agencies Need to Address Aging Legacy Systems,” is definitely an understatement. Show More Summary
Outside a rally for Donald J. Trump in Albuquerque, protesters threw rocks at police officers.
He tried to shoot police officers with a homemade handgun, police said.
Between having to drive big, automatic cop cars all the time, and being party-poopers who pull us over just when we think we’re starting to have fun, cops may sometimes seem like the anti-gearhead. But that’s so wrong, and officer Matt from Colorado is proof. Read more...
Dave Fano's mantra is that buildings equal data. In every office building, there's data just floating in the air about how, why, and when people use space. The problem is we simply haven't done a good job of capturing it in the past. No one in the building industry has adequate information about space, Fano says. Show More Summary
As the Internet of Things (IoT) grows to an enormous scale, new security and scalability challenges are bound to emerge. According to the chief information officer (CIO) of the federal government, Tony Scott, the issues may be fixed by implemented self aware systems and lowering the amount of data analysed. Show More Summary
America's nuclear arsenal is still controlled by an ancient computer system that takes 8-inch floppy disks, according to a new report from the Government Accountability Office. The title of the report on the government's informationShow More Summary
Cooperation between Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems and military officers is going to play growing role in future combat operations, US Pacific Command head Adm. Harry Harris told the LANPAC Symposium in Hawaii on Wednesday.
Jake Dyson, son of renowned inventor Sir James Dyson, and an entrepreneur and inventor in his own right, has turned his attention to making a better light — and fixing the way that designers use light in office spaces. We take a look at his grand design. More »
Friday, May 20, 2016 a little before 4pm, a 49 year old Chicago woman was tragically shot and killed while exiting Starbucks two blocks away from Chicago Police Department Headquarters. Yvonne Nelson, a city employee with the OfficeShow More Summary
The entire US Department of Defense remains on a "high risk" list for bad management practices and required administrative reforms that have not been met, the Government Accountability office (GAO) said in a report on Wednesday.
Back in October, we reported about a lesbian couple in Honolulu, HI, Courtney Wilson and Taylor Guerrero, who'd been arrested for kissing in a grocery store. They have finally gotten some justice.
In the late nineteen-seventies, the American photographer Jane Evelyn Atwood was living in Paris and employed at a post office when, on the bus to work, she began to notice three blind passengers who would get out in front of the École Nationale des Jeunes Aveugles (National School for Blind Youth). Show More Summary
The Office of Inspector General (OIG) released its anticipated report on the State Department's handling of email and cybersecurity. The report covers Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server, but also includes an examinationShow More Summary
Two of the six Baltimore officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray have filed a defamation lawsuit against State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby.
Baltimore police officers Sgt. Alicia White and Officer William Porter filed a lawsuit against Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby on... The post Two More Baltimore Police Officer Sue Activist State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
In the ever-changing future of work, these two functions are becoming increasingly important and (sort of)sexy.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The selection of a hard-line cleric as the new Taliban chief on Wednesday all but dashes U.S. President Barack Obama's hopes for opening peace talks before he leaves office, one of his top foreign policy goals, current and former U.S. Show More Summary
The United States Government Accountability Office (GAO) released a startling report on the state of the government’s information technology infrastructure on Wednesday. According to the report, the Department of Defense (DOD) “coordinates...Show More Summary