Arizona man arrested after facial recognition system spots fraudulent license application
With the help of some new technology, detectives discovered Luis Castro was using his brother's information to apply for a driver's license.
As hurricane season approaches, first responders look to satellite imagery
A team with experience saving people and animals from flooding during Hurricane Harvey say satellite imagery provides information that can shave crucial minutes off response time.
15 cities — and one state — honored in IDC smart city awards
Categories include civic engagement, digital equity, urban planning, sustainable infrastructure and others.
Curb Explorer shows exactly where you can and can't park in San Francisco
A new tool from Sidewalk Labs maps all of the city's parking rules down to the foot on each curb.
FCC's new broadband map breaks down service options, block by block
The most recent broadband availability data published by the federal agency is now accessible through an interactive, searchable map.
After corruption trial, Baltimore police will clock in and out with a fingerprint
A recent scandal that uncovered "egregious" police misconduct is expected to generate new administrative oversight and a few changes, including a new biometric scanner for all officers tracking their hours.