New York City completes launch of remote-pay parking app, users say it doesn't work
With the addition of Queens, all of the city's some 85,000 parking spaces are supported by the city's remote-pay parking system, but the app is getting slammed by users.
State Department sharing IoT energy-tracking techniques with cities
After a successful experiment with a series of connected smart meters, the department wants cities to use the technology to cut down on energy use.
Judge orders website can resume posting Seattle smart meter documents
Companies contracting with Seattle to provide the city with the technology initially objected in court, but MuckRock can now resume sharing details about smart meter security.
Seattle's release of smart meter documents prompts controversial legal battle
Landis+Gyr is now suing the city's utility agency and the public records website MuckRock, alleging Seattle's networks and its trade secrets are at risk.