Three ways state and local governments can get people excited about data projects
State and local government officials say that staying organized and leading with open arms are proven means of building mature data programs.
Tornado sirens in Dallas suburbs deactivated after being hacked and set off
Residents of two cities were woken up in the middle of the night Tuesday after someone gained access to the radio-based warning system.
Could facial recognition save Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam?
An expert on the technology says using facial recognition on a decades-old photo is a "long shot at best."
Dallas hires city's first chief innovation officer
Laila Alequresh, a former official in Los Angeles and Philadelphia, will work on ways to improve the city through technology and new ideas, while also serving as a consultant to other city leaders.
Philadelphia ready to install 100 free Wi-Fi kiosks
The city has announced the next phase of its partnership with Intersection, which will install and maintain the devices around the city.
Seattle invites public to comment on its surveillance technologies
New York City launches a smartphone threat-detection app
NYC Secure will tell New Yorkers if their phones encounter unsafe networks. The city insists it's not tracking users.
Cities object to FCC's new rules on 5G rollout
"The FCC is threatening the public’s right to control public property," New York City CIO Samir Saini wrote.
D.C. airports are selling their in-house facial-recognition system to other airports
Washington Dulles International Airport is the latest terminal to adopt the new biometric screening technology, but when commercial options were too costly, it developed its own solution.
Oklahoma convenes autonomous vehicle task force to inform future legislation
The task force comprised of state, local and industry professionals will support the growth of new transportation technologies on the I-40 corridor.