The partnership between Apple and IBM may help overcome traditional barriers to deploying mobile enterprise solutions in the government space: security and long development cycles.
Researchers at the University of Washington have developed a way to harvest power from Wi-Fi signals and use that power to communicate with standard Wi-Fi routers.
The Pacific Northwest National Lab is looking for organizations to partner with to create wearable advanced communications devices for emergency responders.
The Postal Service explores how best to interconnect postal operations with the future Internet of Things, when the network can spot delays before the customer does.
Developed by the Centers for Disease Control, the Epi Info viral hemorrhagic fever application is getting its first chance to speed contact tracing of everyone exposed to a person with Ebola and to help with the collection and management of data.
The Federal Communication Commission’s new rules will ensure that all remaining wireless carriers and certain IP-based text application providers are prepared to support text-to-911 by the end of the year.
A team from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg, N.C., utility department developed an app that speeds up easement clearing – and saves costs.
A new survey from the Mobile Work exchange found that while mobile use is growing in state and local government agencies, barriers still exist to wider implementation.
The Congress.gov website and database is set to launch in September with a mobile-friendly interface and easier to use, more advanced search functions.
The Army's hardware marketplace will give soldiers a 'plug-and-play' experience, whether they are accessing information on secure handheld devices, vehicle mounted systems or command post screens.
The partnership with Expect Labs will help agencies build apps that navigate through large volumes of data using only voice, touch and gesture.
The U.S. Forest Service plans to develop a mobile app that would allow firefighters to determine safety zones during a firefight.
ActivPoint, NC4's Risk Center risk management application, uses smartphones' GPS and related technologies to capture precise position data to deliver vital information to both the user and security personnel.
Using tablet-based software designed by the Centers for Disease Control, Brazilian public health experts tested a disease detection system that gives researchers the ability to identify outbreaks earlier and with more precision.