While other aspects of IT security have been ratcheted up over the years, mobile security has proven a much tougher nut to crack and has lagged in the race for attention and funding.
With the Marine Debris Tracker app, citizen scientists are helping to clean up the marine environment.
There is a new way cities can provide broadband to residents – via Wi-Fi hotspots embedded into manholes.
During the recent Network Integration Evaluation exercise, the Army tested its Global Rapid Response Information Package.
PrecisionHawk’s LATAS platform combines radar, satellites and cell networks, offering a consolidated interface for tracking and monitoring drone activity within the national airspace.
The California Department of Transportation installed smart irrigation technology to deliver only as much water as it needs to keep the highway’s plants and soil healthy.
The Air Force is working on an app to give personnel access to benefits, payment and retirement information.
Fixed, a popular smartphone app that fights customers’ traffic tickets for them, has been forced to cease its parking ticket services in three California cities.
Connecting 950 police and fire public safety vehicles, the secure network is intended to provide desktop-like access to mobile officers.
The Swipe to Donate Life project used existing systems to build a much better process and reach more would-be organ donors.
To expand the number of connected cars, researchers are developing middleware that uses Wi-Fi and LTE cellular services to enable vehicle communications.
Detroit has released three apps to improve non-emergency services, make public transit more transparent for riders and connect with police.
A new report from the GAO breaks down the benefits and challenges facing vehicle-to-infrastructure technology.
San Francisco’s 28 percent increase in 911-call volume seems to be caused largely by accidental calls.