November 26, 2014 How can you escape the worries of work and family this Thanksgiving break? Answer: with calm.com November 25, 2014 IDEA Lab Injects Entrepreneurial Tactics into Federal Health Services The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services creates new lab to test startup techniques with federal health and safety services. November 25, 2014 Regulators Worry Hackers Have Learned to Hijack Cars Car makers and regulators see a rising threat in automobile hacking. November 25, 2014 Taking Driverless Cars to the Next Level Driving is hundreds of minute tasks, woven together in one dance, and more and more of these tasks are being isolated and conquered by automated systems. November 25, 2014 Internet of You: Users Become Part of the City-as-a-System Integrating devices within city infrastructure will form a new kind of hybrid that is part individual, part systemic node — linking people to private and public infrastructures and the services that run through them. November 25, 2014 How States' Recent Job Growth Compares See which states are adding more jobs and those that lag behind. November 25, 2014 Survey: Internet Access a 'Basic Human Right' A survey on Internet security and trust polled people in 24 countries on their views about online privacy, governance and concerns about security. November 25, 2014 A Year After Target Data Breach, Aftershocks Finally End The theft of 40 million credit and debit card numbers came as a shock to Target shoppers, but analysts say that in the end, almost no consumer suffered a financial loss. November 25, 2014 FAA Outlines Strategy to Recover from Air-Traffic Control Outages The reassessment released Monday called on the FAA to strengthen its "overall security posture against both external and internal threats." November 25, 2014 Wake County, N.C., Schools Want Students to be Able to Fly Drones School officials said Monday that the school board should lobby lawmakers to change laws about student use of drones. November 25, 2014 Twitter Users Call for #PeaceInFerguson After a grand jury did not hand down a criminal indictment against the Ferguson, Mo., officer in the death of Michael Brown, users took to social media pleading for unrest to be kept under control. November 25, 2014 How the Pentagon Names Military Operations The classified computer system, NICKA, tracks military nicknames, code words and exercise terms to ensure they’re not duplicated. November 25, 2014 What is the biggest distraction for American drivers? Answer: cellphones November 24, 2014 Product Review: Ello Takes on Social Networking An early look at social media's rising star reveals user interface design so good, it might convince me not to hate everyone. November 24, 2014 Hello Cleveland! City Plans 100-Gig Network Cleveland is partnering with a host of public- and private-sector organizations to build a downtown high-speed broadband hub. November 24, 2014 3 International Cities Where Technology Solves Local Problems Municipalities use tech for everything from mapping disaster relief to improving energy use and street traffic. November 24, 2014 Group Plans Robot Playground Outside Boston This robot playground -- called the Devens Interoperability Playground -- aims to keep local robotics companies in the area, thus adding jobs and encouraging economic development. November 24, 2014 Apps are Available for Everything in Agriculture In a world of information technology, apps make it possible to remain in the field when muddled by a unfamiliar disease or insect infestation. November 24, 2014 What Role Should the FAA Play in Regulating Civilian Drones? The FAA is working on federal civilian drone regulations, but in the meantime, the agency has outlawed any commercial uses of drones without express FAA authorization. November 24, 2014 Self-Driving Vehicles May Arrive Sooner than Expected Automakers, their suppliers, telecommunications giants like Verizon and AT&T, and governments are all working to make some vision of autonomous cars a reality.