Cool with GPS but lost with a map? Familiar with a typewriter but confounded by speech-to-text? Or do agencies have people who can handle both?
The $25 computer is being put to a number of good uses. Could the public sector do the same?
Where space is at a premium, or security is paramount, data center managers could ponder moving below the surface.
A Deloitte report touts the idea of using technologies such as risk analysis, geospatial tracking and gamification to get better results from home detention.
A recently revealed attack on a Florida voting system isn't a reason to abandon online voting, but a reminder that we need to secure the entire system.
The European Space Agency combines real-world and virtual components with AR.Drone to improve its software for space flight and docking with the International Space Station.
The online game Government In Action offers a good template for agencies looking to develop educational games of their own.
If we create simulated universes, then statistically speaking there's a chance we're already living in one, according to one theory. Is it worth finding out?
The Domain Awareness System, developed by Microsoft and New York City police, combines data gathered by 3,000 cameras and other sensors with crime data for a better picture of events as they unfold.
The 3Doodler might not be able to make fine-tuned machine parts, but it could come in handy for repairs in the field, and it might be the first step into a new frontier for 3D printing.