March 12, 2014 Where will wearable computers go next? Answer: in the ear March 11, 2014 Diagnose Diseases With Your Smartphone This new device relies on specific chemical interactions that form between a virus or bacteria and a disease-fighting antibody. March 11, 2014 RSA 2014: 5 Things to Put in Your Cybersecurity Policy The ever-changing digital landscape requires IT professionals to be vigilant about keeping their cybersecurity programs up-to-date. March 11, 2014 Photo of the Week - Obama Promotes Healthcare.gov on 'Between Two Ferns' The president also tells Zach Galifianakis that running for a third term would be like the third "Hangover" movie -- which "didn't really work out very well." March 11, 2014 Internet-Enabled Education Will Provide Universal Access to Knowledge, Futurists Predict Internet-enabled learning will open up even more access to education for people around the world by 2025. March 11, 2014 Uncertain Regulatory Road Ahead for Ride Services Policy lags behind innovation, as some cities throw up regulatory roadblocks to Uber, Lyft and Sidecar. March 11, 2014 Edward Snowden Pushes Web Privacy at South by Southwest During his talk, Snowden discussed the importance of end-to-end encryption, reining in government surveillance, congressional powers and how tech companies must regain consumer trust when it comes to the storage of personal information. March 11, 2014 Portland Innovation Fund Not So Innovative Portland Mayor Charlie Hales rolled out a $1 million “innovation fund,” last year in hopes of sparking creativity within government. March 11, 2014 IT Governance a Top Priority in Lexington, Ky. The new governance committee will find centralized solutions that can help the enterprise. March 11, 2014 Rhode Island DMV Computer Upgrade Stalled Under revised contract terms reached in 2013, the system was to officially "go live" on May 5. But the administration now says it needs more time. March 11, 2014 Georgia Cracks Down on Cell Tower Siting Delays New legislation outlines uniform standards for negotiating cell tower lease agreements with local governments in the state. March 11, 2014 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Will Audit Maryland's Health Exchange Why did Maryland have one of the worst roll outs in the country? March 11, 2014 On what did China recently declare war? Answer: pollution March 10, 2014 Can Smart Guns End the Gun Control Stalemate? Probably not, but it adds fuel to an already intense, decades-long national debate. March 10, 2014 San Francisco's Chief Data Geek Prepares to Roll Up Her Sleeves Chief Data Officer Joy Bonaguro christens her new role with big plans and collaborative thinking. March 10, 2014 Minneapolis Commuter Line's Bug-Riddled Alert System Irks Riders Alerts from the system, which is still in beta testing, have been late or sent out in duplicate. March 10, 2014 RSA 2014: Can the Government Earn Back the Public’s Trust in the Cyberfight? Cybersecurity is no longer a niche subject for IT aficionados; it is a government problem, in addition to a mainstream, societal problem. March 10, 2014 Biometrics May be Banned in Florida Schools, but Flourish Elsewhere State Sen. Dorothy Hukill is concerned the information could be breached and used for identity theft. March 10, 2014 In Central Texas, Drought Threatens Hydropower Hydropower's extinction would close the book on a fuel source that played a major role in the history of Central Texas. March 10, 2014 Improving Networks and Economy Boost Transit Ridership Public transit ridership over the last two decades has increased by 37 percent, while the population has grown 20 percent.