The Transportation Department announced plans for a nationwide vehicle safety network, but it left open the role smartphone technology would play as a more efficient and inexpensive means of traffic data collection.
A vast traffic-monitoring network has been deployed to make sure that all can safely navigate the waters with minimal interference.
The state of Michigan is piloting a service that uses mobile technology and software as a service to streamline the customer experience at the DMV and speed revenues to state coffers.
An online calculator will help IT managers determine whether it is financially beneficial to replace consumer devices with rugged tablets.
Mobile security company Zimperium releases an Intrusion Protection System app that uses artificial intelligence to recognize and block malicious behavior.
Tablet app helps the state survey its complete road and bridge system.
The iPhone's and iPad's usability, security and closed ecosystem have made Apple devices an increasingly popular choice for public-sector IT managers.
Market research firm IDC Government Insights says cities will start putting in place the IT building blocks for smart city systems and applications in 2014.
The Obama administration's open data framework set the stage for responsive design techniques used in the Medicare.gov upgrade and other planned improvements.
A report by SafeGov.org offers a plan to help agency CIOs get the benefits of cloud technology while meeting federal cybersecurity goals at the same time.
The sleek, black smartphone will allow users to make secure phone calls, video chat and store files securely.
Badge Buddy cuts down on officers' reliance on dispatchers for relaying of noncritical information, saving time, improving efficiency.
Bluetooth beacon technology may show up first at the mall, but look for it in enterprise applications that rely on indoor location mapping and navigation.
The Smithsonian Institution is undergoing a digital makeover to support more interactive exhibits, displays and research applications for the public and research communities.