A team at Eglin AFB used a software upgrade to its airborne system to let ground forces share real-time data.
The newest version of Google's browser adds a handy speech-to-text capability, but the restrictions on third-party extensions might be its best feature.
With people increasingly using mobile devices to access multimedia information, Google Currents offers agencies an effective way to get the word out.
Many of the emergency communications failures after the June storm could have been averted by following established best practices, the FCC says.
The Mobile Gov Blog puts together advice on everything from application programming interfaces to open content management.
Canonical plans a Linux smart phone that, when connected to a monitor and keyboard, can operate as a fully functioning PC.
The site, developed with a host of public- and private-sector input, offers OS-specific advice on keeping devices secure.
The agency, which two months ago signaled a major move toward iPhones, will test RIM's new OS early in 2013.
As tablets get more common and more powerful, they threaten the existing order in computing. But the desktop is safe.
Customs and Border Protection is looking for technology that would allow officers to scan documents and fingerprints with their mobile devices.