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Japan, South Korea and Singapore are taking the lead in intelligent transportation systems.
The Earth Advantage Institute tracks the latest green-building trends, including government programs and initiatives.
A new type subject line for an old virus, this new method has people opening malicious messages.
Keeping track of passwords can be overwhelming, but who really wants to explore the alternative?
In case you missed it: transportation news wrap.
New York City encourages not-for-profit technology organizations to apply for stimulus dollars provided by the Broadband Technology Opportunities Program.
"This is one step to make state government more accountable and to give the people the power to know how their tax dollars are being spent." -- Gov. Schwarzenegger
More than 160,000 current and former Berkeley and Mills College student health records may have been compromised due to a data breach.
A recent report analyzes the possible sources of spam and malware while statistics show who is most at risk.
Over 30 boxes of election-related documents were unlawfully disposed of in April 2007.
The former director of information technology for a non-profit organ and tissue donation center has entered a guilty plea to intruding into her former employer's computer network.
The key goal for NYC Service was to connect those who want to serve with meaningful opportunities that address the city's most pressing local needs.
Security expert Melih Abdulhayoglu talks about cyber-security and the impact it will have on the Internet as we know it today.
The Widespread Conficker worm has taken a new form and is infecting more machines.
The Monster database used by USAJOBS has recently become the target of attempts to illegally access sensitive information.
The survey collected information from 123 departments and agencies in California to get a better understanding of the IT environment in the state.
As easy as one, two, three -- hacker answers three simple questions to gain access to e-mail account.