An app alerts drivers sitting at red lights in Walnut Creek, Calif., that the light is about to change and refocuses them on the road.
Five states have revamped websites to offer better search, mobile-friendliness and improved citizen services, while a sixth is out with an Apple Watch app.
Text messages sent from government-issued mobile devices, and government communications on privately-owned mobile devices, are being treated as public records.
Users on the Navy Marine Corps Intranet may now begin transitioning from BlackBerry devices to Apple smartphones and tablets, with migration to Android devices expected for later this year.
A quarterly report by Good Technology shows the public sector and education industry are top iOS users.
Soldiers can now access the Army Training Network using smart phones and computer tablets -- with just a username and password.
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s Disconnected Interactive Content Explorer app gives users interactive maps even when offline -- and the code has been open-sourced for use by other agencies.
A look at which state websites are falling short on Google’s new mobile-friendly rankings and why.
The curious folks at DigitalGov asked an expert why there are more government apps developed for iOS.
Stabilitas combines data, maps and local intelligence help organizations operate abroad with greater confidence by knowing the risks they face.
With Google's PageRank putting new emphasis on mobile friendliness, agencies will feel more pressure to speed the move to mobile.
Waze and Uber partner with local governments to share information, which benefits drivers, riders and city planners.
Researchers at Yahoo have developed a biometric authentication system that uses the whole touchscreen as the image sensor and verifies biometrics with low-resolution scans.
ikeGPS Spike offers emergency-response managers a new mobile tool for making rapid in-the-field measurements that can easily be integrated into responders’ databases.