The US Computer Emergency Readiness Team isn't, er, ready for emergencies, according to an audit by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
Significant problems have forced the US Transportation Department to take a step back from upgrading its highly outdated air traffic control system.
The US Treasury Department has introduced a new makeover to the $100 bill, which now has moving images, 3D effects, and changing colors as the most robust anti-counterfeit note in the country's history.
The Supreme Court is now reviewing a case that tries to make sense of new technology over a 233-year-old statute of law, as electronic communications continue to provide legal conundrums.
You may love IBM for its market-leading innovation and valuable services, but if you owe back taxes, it's about to become your worst nightmare.
In the week leading up to today's iPad launch, there was no shortage of announcements from companies, TV networks, and software publishers...but the most unexpected iPad announcement came from the White House.
Companies including Google, Microsoft and AT&T have launched a campaign group calling for restrictions on the government's access to private data.
Whistle-blowing site WikiLeaks has accused the US government of spying on the organisation and its staff - and Icelandic authorities of colluding.
A 25-year-old Frenchman has been arrested for trying to gain access to President Barack Obama's official Twitter account, as well as other notable public figures.
The Chinese government has indicated that relations with the US won't be damaged by Google's decision to stop censoring search results in the country.
The Pentagon announced late Friday that it has lifted bans on social media sites for military personnel, conceding that the restrictions were outdated and in some ways even counter-productive. The move comes as some branches of military have begun using sites like Twitter to communicate more effectively.
US investigators are hot on the trail of an enigmatic Chinese hacker who allegedly developed the "critical" programming code used to attack Google and other western companies.