As state transportation officials prepare for this season’s onslaught of winter blizzards and ice storms, many of them will be using technology in new ways to help clear the roads and make them safer for drivers.
Because wearable technology has yet to take off, governments are proceeding with caution, primarily creating citizen-facing apps.
When a mobile device and applications ecosystem enhances and optimizes business process, it can speed response and boost information quality.
Illinois is exploring digital driver's licenses that could be accessed through a smartphone app.
The smartphone app lets users who spot suspicious activity quickly send a photo or message to authorities.
The General Services Administration refreshed its website to accommodate the increasing number of mobile visitors.
Many mobile apps transmit user identifiers, locations and passwords without providing any obvious benefit to the user.
With the Esri Collector app, Oklahoma Forestry Services gets geographic situational awareness for fighting wildfires and managing public lands.
Just managing the device is no longer an option. Here's where the experts see mobile-security strategies heading in 2016 and beyond.
The contest calls for development and delivery of cloud-based predictive analytic and mobile applications that can significantly improve the operational capability of first responders.
Panasonic announced the new Toughbook 20 -- a fully rugged and detachable laptop/tablet device ready for the Microsoft 10 Pro operating system.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse is looking for an app that addiction researchers can use to leverage information from participants using mobile devices.
This year’s contest launched Nov. 9 and runs through Jan. 15, invites high school students in 37 states to create, code and submit original applications.
A partnership between Los Angeles, Philips and Ericsson will install 100 energy efficient streetlights that also deliver improved network performance in dense urban areas.