Dallas-Fort Worth and Portland are among the latest to let customers buy bus and rail tickets with their smartphones, and riders are responding.
Surges caused by arc fault failures have melted equipment and will delay operations at the $1.5 billion center for a year.
Large power transformers, which regulate voltage along the electricity supply chain, are soft spot in the power grid, experts say.
Company seeks beta users for Verizon Cloud Compute and Cloud Storage, two new cloud offerings for infrastructure and object-based storage services.
The TRIDENT mobile ad-hoc network, pressed into service after Superstorm Sandy, improved communications for a fraction of the price, and is now being deployed elsewhere.
They've already replaced some supermarket clerks, but can machine learning help them replace lawyers?
A survey conducted for Cisco shows the importance federal, state and local government IT professionals place on cybersecurity.
The "Mayor's Geek Squad" builds a DataBridge to integrate data from 40 agencies and find previously unknown patterns and relationships for the city to follow up on.
A study by Harvard Law School finds that half the URLs in Supreme Court opinions go nowhere, which can put a crimp in the idea of citing precedent. The authors suggest a solution.
Despite anecdotal reports of glitches with the launch of federal and state health insurance exchange sites under the Affordable Care Act, most performed well, according to website monitoring service Keynote Systems.