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Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis visits Google Headquarters

Today Secretary Jim Mattis visited Google headquarters and met with leadership to discuss innovative new technologies and methods to best leverage advancements in artificial intelligence, cloud computing and cyber-security for the Department of Defense.

Robert Paul ReyesJohn McCain And Barack Obama Computer Networks Hacked - "Newsweek is reporting that computer networks of both the Obama and McCain campaigns were the targets of a sophisticated cyberattack in the run-up
Garrett GodwinFacebook For Everyone - Recent surveys such as the one from the Pew Internet & American Life Project shows that 70 percent of people ages 50 to 64 roam happily online.
SOP newswire2Video Game Epidemic:What The Hell! - Getting Serious About Gaming," an in-depth report about the impact of video games on families
SOP newswire2Core of AF Role in Cyberspace - "Airmen must implement their warfighting traditions in the cyberspace domain," Dr. Rebecca Grant
SOP newswire2The U.S. Needs To Control Cyber Domain - In separate speeches during an Air Force Cyberspace Symposium today, two senior leaders explained their service's critical need to control the cyberspace domain and reasons why they need a new command to do so.
Krzys WasilewskiSodium Can Make Nuclear Reactors Safer - The road to nuclear security leads through sodium-cooled reactors, say scientists.
SOP newswirePlug-in Hybrid wins $30 million from US Department of Energy - The selected projects will accelerate the development of PHEVs capable of traveling up to 40 miles without recharging.
SOP newswire2New Supercomputer is Fastest in the World - WASHINGTON, DC U.S. Secretary of Energy Samuel Bodman today announced that the new Roadrunner supercomputer is the first to achieve a petaflop of sustained performance
SOP newswireFake refund notifications being sent by e-mail - The FBI is asking the public to be aware of e-mail schemes containing various versions of fraudulent refund notifications.
SOP newswire2We Know What You Are Thinking, A Computer That Can Read Your Mind - For centuries, the concept of mind readers was strictly the domain of folklore and science fiction. But according to new research published today in the journal Science, scientists are
George GildersleeveApple's iPhone Gains Email Security - New security for iPhone makes it more appealing to business users.
SOP newswire2F-22 Raptor sensor capabilities - LANGLEY AIR FORCE BASE, Va. (ACCNS) -- F-22 Raptors recently demonstrated their viability in transferring real-time intelligence data
SOP newswire2Airborne Tactical Targeting Network Technology - LANGLEY AIR FORCE BASE, Va. -- F-22 Raptor pilots using an experimental version of a Tactical Targeting Network Technology, or TTNT
Krzys WasilewskiCentury of Nuclear Energy - As countries drain their natural resources, the only source of power that can save the civilization from total darkness is the atom.
Deremiah *CPE (Mentor/Columnist)A Daring BOOK LAUNCH: Party tonight with Author Kenneth A McArthur - Tomorrow Author Kenneth A McArthur will be releasing a very important book that will help you and others become more successful during these times than supposedly any other book on the market.
Robert Paul ReyesMySpace And Facebook Take Steps To Protect Children - Many parents regularly check the sex offenders online registry to see if there are any registered pedophiles in their neighborhood or near their child's school or playground.
Ashley MathewsNonprofits save the most valuable resource - technology tools for nonprofits
SOP newswire2Improving network warfare training in exercise - For the first time exercise participants were provided a realistic picture of the results of a network attack on an adversary
SOP newswire2CIA, Scientists, Engineers & Technology - In today"s world of ever-changing challenges, it is more important than ever for the CIA to stay ahead of fast-paced global technology developments. The classified
SOP newswireDigital TV Rules watered down by FCC - After heavy lobbying by the electronics and retail industries, the FCC agreed to limit the number of devices that would require stickers.
Garrett GodwinCogheads Go to Web 2.0 Expo - It is designed to create applications for tech business savvys, states Sarah, one of the Cogheads at the Moscone Center.
Krzys WasilewskiClay Shirky Address Web 2.0 Expo San Francisco Audience - Wikipedia is for online communities what Here Comes Lucy was for the previous generations, said Clay Shirky, a high-tech mogul.
SOP newswire2Biometrics and The Iraqi Government, Is This New Babylon - The Iraqi government has expanded its use of biometric identification, a U.S. official in Iraq said yesterday.
SOP newswire2Hardware Installation for SBSS Satellite Operations Center Complete - Boeing [NYSE: BA] today said it has finished installing the hardware for its Space Based Space Surveillance (SBSS) system's Satellite Operations Center (SOC). The SOC now has the necessary security
SOP newswire2The World's No.1 Internet Population Is? - The Internet population in China reached 221 million by the end of February, which outnumbered the figure in the United States to rank the first in the world, according to the
Robert Paul ReyesNintendo's Wii Fit: Great Way For Video Game Fanatics To Get Exercise - Wii Fit is an extension of Wii Sport, released in 2005, which allowed users to
SOP newswireUS Governors agree about green - Nearly 90% of governors used their annual State of the State addresses to outline policies on energy, the environment and natural resources.
Krzys Wasilewski11 Years in Space - Cassini-Huygens is not only an example of how the enormousness of the human mind equals that of the cosmos, but also shows that cooperation - not competition - leads to success.
SOP newswireEmergency Alert System is now in your pocket - When disaster strikes, the Federal Communications Commission wants to make sure that as many Americans as possible know about it.
SOP newswire'Biomass 2008: Fueling Our Future' - Tomorrow Samuel W. Bodman will deliver keynote remarks at DOE's one-day conference.
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