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Congressional Budget Office CIO Jim Johnson, and Deputy CIO Al Duprey tell Federal News Radio what the agency is doing to keep up with the increasing demands for information.
April 7, 2011
Don't get too comfortable with that iPhone 4 just yet. Apple could release the newest version of the always highly anticipated smartphone as early as June.
The release of the iPad2 - Apple's latest version of its tablet computer - is not just hype but a sign of an increasingly mobile federal workforce.
With the release of the iPad 2 coming in the next few days, the tablet technology could soon transform the way you do your job.
Rob Pegoraro, consumer tech columnist for The Washington Post
Apple fans may soon get some good news: All signs point to the company unveiling a new version of the iPad on Wednesday.
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David Rice has also served as a Global Network Vulnerability analyst for the National Security Agency, sources tell Computer Business Review.
NIST's Randall Easter outlines what Apple would have to do in order to make its products available for government jobs.
There's an app for just about everything, but what ones are actually worth owning?
SC Magazine reports that Macs and other Apple products will be targets of malware in 2011.