TV white space is the solution to rural broadband, says Microsoft president
As Congress rallies for new policy and funding to meet the more than 22 million rural Americans lacking broadband access, Microsoft's president outlines one potential tech-based solution.
Rhode Island bans use of handheld devices while driving
The new law is one of many in a national trend to legislate against the growing and deadly threat to public safety known as distracted driving.
Houston caps intelligent transportation system with $33.6 million TransCore contract
In an attempt to keep pace with exploding population numbers, government will work with the vendor to deploy cameras, connected signals, and sensors at hundreds of sites around the city.
MIT's five-day drone perfect for disaster response
The 150-pound drone can fly for approximately five days straight, researchers say, while carrying essential telecommunications equipment to areas of need during emergencies.
Report: U.S. will fall behind on 5G without massive fiber investment
To remain a global leader in the next generation of wireless technology, the U.S. will need to spend at least 30 billion on fiber optics within the next several years, according to an industry report.
Big campaign donations raise the stakes for Illinois' attempt to pass data privacy legislation
As a national tug of war over data privacy moves away from Washington, two landmark bills in Illinois stagger toward passage amid claims of foul play.