Boston hires D.C.'s David Elges as new chief information officer
Elges was most recently the CIO of Washington, D.C.'s Child and Family Services Agency.
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.
Autonomous vehicles projected to make traffic worse some places, better in others
By encouraging ride-sharing services over from public transit, autonomous vehicles were found by researchers to generate various changes in traffic congestion in different regions.
Boston greenlights autonomous vehicles citywide
Test cars previously limited to the city's predictable Seaport district will now be free to roam within city limits.
Boston data chief Andrew Therriault heads to Facebook
The city's first chief data officer says he will soon return to the Boston region to build a new data team as he takes on "new challenges."
From technologist to politician: Sam Hammar aims for Massachusetts Senate
"More of us should be coming from the inside out," the former city and state government tech worker told StateScoop.
Boston CIO Jascha Franklin-Hodge moves on
In January, the IT leader will leave behind a host of initiatives that helped to transform civic engagement in city government.
ACLU isolates Boston IoT project as potential privacy invader
The group is calling on city organizers to place a stronger emphasis on public participation in a project that could collect personal information without public knowledge.
Developer sets sights on massive smart city near Boston
Built from the ground up, it would be one of the most ambitious developments of its kind.