Illinois lawmaker wants to ban digital license plates
As state law enforcement fights a rash of carjackings, lawmakers disagree on how far Illinois should go to track vehicles.
NYC mayor's report blames IT department for 11-day wireless outage
The Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications failed to properly oversee the contractor that managed the Wi-Fi network, the report says.
NYC works to reboot wireless network after GPS update crashed it
The city's wireless network and a few canceled commercial flights are among the few casualties of a rare GPS memory refresh.
New York City installs Waze GPS beacons in tunnels
The Bluetooth-connected devices allow drivers to maintain a GPS signal through four tunnels where coverage was previously unavailable.
How Los Angeles is using big data to improve traffic
New analytics tools are helping workers spot bottlenecks and relieve roadway congestion.
Zagster pitches smart cities a dockless bike share without the headaches
As cities search for new technologies and modes of transportation to support unprecedented growth, a new service called Pace offers a twist on an old concept.
GIS group: Real-time location is private information
NSGIC, an association for state geospatial data officials, endorsed the idea that real-time location information is private data.