The D.C. region’s population keeps growing, though not as fast as it was earlier this decade. And the reasons behind the sustained growth might be surprising.
Northern Virginia could become home to one of the largest solar power plants in the country, and a public hearing on the plan is set for Tuesday afternoon.
Though government agencies reopened their doors nearly two weeks ago, experts have warned that the impact of the longest shutdown in history still lingers with continued delays in the release of key federal data.
Loudoun County, Virginia might be the region’s leader in data centers, but Prince William County continues to land new projects, with two more in the works at Innovation Park.
What Facebook knows so far is that hackers got access to the 50 million accounts by exploiting three distinct bugs in Facebook’s code that allowed them to steal those digital keys, technically known as “access tokens.” The company says it has fixed the bugs.
Do you constantly check your fitness tracker? Fairfax Hackley explains why that could be holding you back from reaching your fitness goals and how to break free.
Americans used 9.6 trillion megabytes of data in 2015, more than double the previous year and three times the data used by U.S. consumers in 2013.
While it’s true that nothing on the Internet is un-hackable, the real concern is: “Will my data be a target?”
Wiping employees\’ personal devices is becoming more common among a growing number of companies.
We don\’t know much about data brokers – the people who get and sell our personal information – but they know a lot about us.
Some new, high-tech solutions may be coming to keep thieves from stealing your ATM card information when you are using outdoor ATMs.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.