Federal CIO Steven VanRoekel and CTO Todd Park say open data will be the new default.
The nation's top information technology officials introduced a bold new strategy for 21st century digital government that is built upon data, shared services, citizen-centrism and hews to consistent methodologies for privacy and security.
US CIO Steven VanRoekel says that machine-readable open data must be the 'new default' in government.
rom adjusting to the needs of an increasingly mobile federal workforce to moving to the cloud to developing a strategy for big data, it's safe to say that federal CIO Steven VanRoekel has a lot on his plate.
How Zipcar technology is leading to leaner government.
Whether it's co-working, bike sharing, or cohabiting, there are green shoots throughout the economy that suggest the ways we work, play and learn are changing.
Author Theresa Neil on app designs to emulate and the value of anti-patterns.
There's a direct line between a great app experience and a great app design. In this interview, "Mobile Design Pattern Gallery" author Theresa Neil weighs in on app patterns and UI best practices.
The FAA looks at passenger gadget use, Joe Wikert digs deep into data, and PEW reports on news.
Airline passengers in the U.S. may soon be allowed to use ereaders and tablets during takeoff and landing. In other news, O'Reilly's Joe Wikert reveals the power of direct sales, and the key phrase for news is "mobile."
The nuances of location language.
Robert Munro, a computational linguist and speaker at Where 2012, says the subtleties of spatial distinctions are growing in importance as more of the world's digital information takes the form of non-English, unstructured text.