The Federal Trade Commission approved Microsoft's bid to buy Skype for an estimated $8.5 billion.
Company's leadership sees technology feeding a revolution in how the world, including government, operates.
Raytheon Co. will provide the Navy with communications logistics support for its Extremely High Frequency Satellite Program under a $51.6 million contract.
Honeywell International Inc. has signed a definitive agreement to pay approximately $491 million to acquire EMS Technologies Inc., a provider of connectivity solutions for mobile networking, rugged mobile computers and satellite communications.
General Dynamics Corp. is acquiring Fortress Technologies Inc., a provider of secure wireless networking equipment for the U.S. military and other government customers. The value of the cash deal was not announced.
The Marine Corps is planning to spend $880 million to buy more than 400,000 desktop and laptop computers as well as a smaller number of commercial and rugged tablet computers through a five-year Marine Corps Common Hardware Suite procurement contract.
Hewlett-Packard Co. CEO reveals plans to ramp up its cloud, mobility and enterprise software offerings.
Science Applications International Corp. will provide a range of IT services to the Veterans Affairs Department under a three-year prime contract from the General Services Administration worth $10 million.
NCI Inc. will provide mission planning and engineering to the Army's network command under a three-year indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract worth approximately $58 million.
AT&T says the cloud will be an important part of its future and it is putting up the money to prove it.
Raytheon Co. will supply the Air Force with almost 2,000 additional encrypted communications systems that will cost the military branch $20.7 million.
With the cost of the Joint Tactical Radio System rising, the military is looking for less expensive alternatives.
The military is seeking a more grown-up version of its current satellites, one that can take care of itself, according to a new solicitation request.
Camber Corp. has acquired EADS North America Defense Security and Systems Solutions Inc., a provider of cybersecurity, IT and secure satellite communications services to the Defense Department. Financial terms were not reported.
Company's payment includes corrective actions it owes Virginia after Northrop's equipment failed, crippling several state agencies last year.