Universal broadband: New York City announces search for partners
The local government plans to bring high-speed internet to every home and business in the city by 2025.
Body-worn cameras reduced complaints and increased savings in Las Vegas police study
A decrease in use of force complaints is among several major benefits found by researchers.
Facial recognition is helping Arizona police close criminal cases
By partnering with the transportation department, police can access a database of driver's license photos to match images of suspects against known identities.
Sectors unite to discover smarter government at U.S. Data Innovation Day 2017
The free event will explore how technology can "improve quality of life and transform how government operates."
Police body-worn camera study finds absence of 'civilizing effect'
Researchers involved in the Washington D.C.-based study found that — at least locally — the cameras aren't helping to de-escalate tense situations.
U.S. safety board officially investigating autonomous shuttle collision in Las Vegas
Though reportedly caused by human error, the incident could be a learning experience, the government says.