New York will investigate Twitter hack, Cuomo says
New York will look into how bitcoin scammers took over the accounts of numerous politicians, celebrities and corporations, including cryptocurrency exchanges regulated by the state.
Coronavirus can't get New Jersey's Twitter down
The Garden State's lovably mouthy social-media account is sharing useful advice about the ongoing pandemic without losing the tone that's made it a star of digital government.
New Jersey's Twitter account is unabashedly New Jersey
Most state governments' official Twitter accounts just share press releases and service advisories. New Jersey's talks about your mom.
A Twitter bot is trying to fix D.C.'s parking problems
The Washington, D.C. license plate lookup tool is seeing early success on Twitter. Now its creators want to develop it into a fully fledged mobile app.
These app makers are trying to shatter Facebook's echo chamber
By giving users a direct link to their representatives, Aidan and Liam McCarty say their tool could transform online political discourse.
South Carolina experiment adds social media to 911 response
And it works best when the data is curated before it reaches a first responder.
Winnipeg's new traffic nerve center does 'crazy things'
A collection of enterprise data streams coupled with dozens of high-powered cameras is giving the Canadian city "unprecedented" vision over its roadways.
D.C. builds GIS buzz with social media challenge
The city's Office of the Chief Technology Officer used a series of Facebook and Twitter riddles to get people thinking about D.C.'s GIS tools.