A Connected Nation report says up to 17 million children don't have home broadband access.
Oracle's health care reform system consists of a broad set of the software company's applications and technology that are designed to work together.
Saying that 800 e-mails over a 12-hour stretch amounted to a denial-of-service attack, Georgia's parole board blocked a group's pleas to stay the execution of Troy Davis.
Police around the country are using body cams to record encounters with the public, collect evidence and, in some cases, protect themselves against claims of misconduct.
When grant money runs out, state-run HIEs need to ensure that revenues exceed costs, NASCIO says.
An Urban Institute study finds that cameras have helped lower crime rates in some areas but not others. Why the different results?
New organization predicted to be running by Oct. 1.
Microsoft's IT Academy Program is being used to support technology education from computer basics to programming skills in high school students in three states, the newsest of which is Virginia.
Campus safety got a boost this week at the University of Maryland with the introduction of a new smart-phone app that allows instantaneous communication with campus police.
The aircraft uses a propeller for speed and an unpowered rotor for lift.
LifeNet, developed at the Georgia Institute of Technology, links smart phones and other portable devices in the field from a single device.
The National Weather Service will refresh its mobile website, Mobile.weather.gov, which offers weather forecasts by ZIP code.
Stanford Hospital officials are investigating how a spreadsheet with 20,000 medical records wound up on a site where students get help with homework.
It can be surprisingly easy to shut down part of the power grid — and we don't need an enemy to do it — but there’s some good news, too.
Fellows with Code for America are helping Philadelphia develop the application and will work on the project next year.