Indianapolis to become fourth city with 5G internet service from Verizon this year
The city will join Houston, Los Angeles, and Sacramento to be among the first to offer the high-speed wireless service by the end of the year.
Houston warns residents against using third-party bill-pay website
The city is calling Doxo.com a "suspicious website" after a resident reported a failed payment, but the company's co-founder says it's been serving Houston residents successfully since 2011.
Lampposts that charge electric vehicles take winning spot in NYC climate challenge
Ubitricity, a German firm, proposed outfitting city lampposts with electrical outlets turning them into public charging stations.
Virginia spends $14 million of Volkswagen settlement on electric vehicle charging stations
To expand its network, the state has selected a company that is now searching for ideal locations for new charging stations.
Boston police make body cameras permanent, citing positive report
A yearlong study by Northeastern University showed "small but meaningful benefits" that are now encouraging further investment in the technology.