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Army moving quickly to get smart phones to warfighters

MACE program taking commercial technology and modifying it to make it more secure and rugged. The Army is asking for vendor ideas on how to do this and what apps are possible in theater.

Tags: technology , Defense , MACE , smartphones , Scott Carr , Tony Fiuza , DoD , Mobile technologychnology

Monday - 12/06/2010, 04:00am EST

Smart phones coming to warfighters

The Army is developing technology for soldiers to use smart phones on the battlefield.

Tags: smart phone , DoD Update , technology , Dorobek Insider

Friday - 12/03/2010, 04:34pm EST

How warfighters fight HIV

DoD is on a mission to develop a preventive HIV vaccine for U.S. military personnel and for the global community.

Tags: Federal Drive , DoD Report , World AIDS Day , HIV , Paul Scott

Wednesday - 12/01/2010, 10:40am EST

Son of the Future Combat System rolls on

The Army has kicked off the competition to develop son of the Future Combat System.

Tags: Federal Drive , FCS , contracting

Wednesday - 12/01/2010, 08:40am EST

Soldiers displeased with Army Knowledge Online

The Army Times received more than 70 e-mails from active-duty, civilian and retired users. Almost all of them expressed some dissatisfaction with the site.

Tags: AKO , DoD , social media , Gov 2.0 , DoD Report , Dorobek Insider

Monday - 11/29/2010, 05:24pm EST

Miltube: Army launches Youtube service

Learn more in today's DoD Report

Tags: Federal Drive , Defense , DoD Report , milTube , technology

Wednesday - 11/24/2010, 10:40am EST

Army suicides on the rise

Learn more in today's DoD report

Tags: Federal Drive , DoD Report , Defense , suicide ,

Tuesday - 11/23/2010, 08:40am EST

ARMY to revive blimps for combat?

The Army and the U.S. Transportation Command are investigating whether updated airships can be revived for both combat and humanitarian troop movement.

Tags: DoD Report , blimp , combat , DoT , Space and Missile Defense Commanded , Northrop Grumman

Tuesday - 11/16/2010, 09:40am EST

Engineered Plants Could Be Precursor to Raw Plastics Material

In theory, plants could be the ultimate "green" factories, engineered to pump out the kinds of raw materials we now obtain from petroleum-based chemicals. In reality, its been an elusive goal. Now, in a first step toward achieving industrial-scale green production, scientists from the Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Lab and their collaborators report engineering a plant that does produce the levels of compounds that could potentially be used to make plastics. The raw materials for most precursors currently come from petroleum or coal-derived synthetic gas. Additional technology is needed, but researchers say they've now engineered a new metabolic pathway in plants for producing a kind of fatty acid that can be used as a source of precursors to chemical building blocks for making plastics such as polyethylene.

Tags: technology , Meeting Mission and Goals through Technology , Scott Carr

Monday - 11/15/2010, 11:59pm EST

Report Analyzes Broadband Access Across U.S.

The Department of Commerce and National Telecommunications and Information Administration have released a report called "Digital Nation II," that analyzes broadband Internet access across the United States. The study is the the most comprehensive of its kind. It finds that even after accounting for socioeconomic differences, large gaps persist along racial, ethnic, and geographic lines. The report analyzes data collected through a survey of 54,000 households conducted by the Census Bureau. It shows that while virtually all demographic groups have experienced increases of broadband Internet use at home, and 64 percent of households overall have the service, there are still historic disparities among demographic groups. Officials worry that Americans who lack broadband Internet access are cut off from educational and employment opportunities.

Tags: technology , Meeting Mission and Goals through Technology , Scott Carr

Monday - 11/15/2010, 11:55pm EST
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