Cell-phone driving ban enacted by California

Cell-phone driving ban enacted by California

Back when you learned to drive, you may have been instructed to keep your hands on the wheel at 10...

July 2nd, 2008 Dan Moren

Government worker shortage examined at trade show

Government worker shortage examined at trade show

Recruiting and retaining employees was a big topic of discussion at the FOSE technology-in-government trade show this week as the...

April 4th, 2008 Grant Gross

New cybersecurity czar rips indecisive bureaucracy

New cybersecurity czar rips indecisive bureaucracy

Greg Garcia, the recently named head of cybersecurity at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, is an impatient man when...

November 15th, 2006 Allan Holmes and Sarah D. Scalet

US Commerce Department loses 1,137 laptops

US Commerce Department loses 1,137 laptops

The U.S. Commerce Department reported that 1,137 laptops have been lost or stolen since 2001, with 249 of them containing...

September 21st, 2006 Jeremy Kirk

Borland revives Turbo for developer tools

Borland revives Turbo for developer tools

Borland Software brought back its popular Turbo product moniker last month with the introduction of language-specific developer tools. The Turbo...

September 14th, 2006 Greg Enright and Paul Krill

Dot-com cops still asleep on the beat

Dot-com cops still asleep on the beat

Someone ought to be hopping-up-and-down mad about this “domain-kiting” nonsense — someone other than GoDaddy CEO Bob Parsons, who has...

July 20th, 2006 Paul McNamara

Bush rules out protectionist steps against offshoring

Bush rules out protectionist steps against offshoring

U.S. President George Bush on Friday ruled out protectionist measures by the U.S. to counter the loss of jobs in...

March 5th, 2006 John Ribeiro

Vendors tout WiMax potential

Vendors tout WiMax potential

Wireless broadband, including the yet-to-be-deployed WiMax, has tremendous growth potential, but is still years from rollout, according to wireless broadband...

June 2nd, 2004 Grant Gross

UK lawmakers call on US to pass spam legislation

UK lawmakers call on US to pass spam legislation

The U.S. Congress needs to move forward with antispam legislation, even though the U.S. and the European Union have different...

October 15th, 2003 Grant Gross