If the government can provide a citizen service through a mobile-friendly website, is there reason to offer yet another application for a user’s phone or tablet?
Now that hackers use apps as a front end for their attacks, ‘benign’ no longer means what you think it does.
What began as a project to improve service in city buildings has produced a surprising range of payoffs.
NASA Space Apps Challenge produces six global winners from a pool of nearly 1,300 projects.
GCN dig IT Award nominations deadline has been extended to July 21!
Clustr app shows related issues on an interactive map to help city managers tackle problem areas.
Recent advances in mobile device security and the ability to compartmentalize information have made it possible to further integrate iPads into Air Force networks.
Recent upgrades include weather alerts and reminders that keep users engaged.
The finalists explained how they would use technology and prize money to make their cities safer and easier to navigate.
Federal IT purchasing needs more room for innovation.
The Department of Homeland Security revamped its website making it more friendly to mobile devices.
Three UCLA students are working on an app to track and improve the dynamics of group interactions.
Utah’s Department of Public Safety and Department of Technology Services built a drivers license quiz application for Amazon Echo using the Alexa digital assistant.
Security credentials could be based on a primary payment card, a mobile phone or a driver's license -- items users are unlikely to lose or misplace.