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With turbine and solar energy projects, city officials expect to reduce energy use by 25 percent and save $1 million a year.
Governments could unintentionally release data to identity thieves if proper measures for software disposal aren't taken.
Innovative program sends tax collectors into the community with tech tools to reach taxpayers who prefer personal assistance.
Alcohol-monitoring ankle bracelet helps free up prison beds by remotely monitoring offenders.
Math-based computer simulation model analyzes how different crime hot spots respond to increased policing.
Case Western Reserve University brings ultrafast Internet to area neighborhoods just to see what happens next.
Lakeland, Fla., provides basic medical services to city workers and saves $1 million by reducing insurance claims.
Desktop virtualization and online licensing among other Arizona CIO's priorities.
New technology would enable the grid to have a mutually beneficial relationship with the electric-dependent plug-in vehicles.
Sacramento, Calif., utility plans smart meters to let consumers track energy use; improved use of renewable energy.
Headphones offer exceptional sound quality and can be used with iPhones, iPods, MP3 players and hearing aids.
Tablet PC, handsfree speakerphone, all-in-one desktop computer
Facebook, Twitter reach new user heights; UK phishing e-mails.