January 29, 2015 Can you un-boil an egg? sort of January 28, 2015 Google Warns Against Driverless Car Regulations Company tells California Department of Motor Vehicles to not impose safety restrictions, argues for its own safeguards. January 28, 2015 Internet-of-Things Gadgets Should Safeguard Consumer Information, FTC Says Despite the technology's many benefits, "increased connectivity between devices and the Internet may create a number of security and privacy risks," the agency declared in a report. January 28, 2015 Arkansas Gets Renewed Tech Focus CTO Mark Myers will work hard to fuel his department as the technology engine that drives economic development and education in the state. January 28, 2015 Will Our Smart Gadgets Become Trusted or Oppressive Companions? As we turn more of our decision-making over to devices, experts say, our reliance on these interconnected tools will far surpass today’s dependence on smartphones. January 28, 2015 North Dakota Considering Enhanced Drivers' Licenses State would become one of just a handful to issue identification to cross borders. January 28, 2015 CenturyLink's Much-Hyped Twin Cities Broadband is Slow in Arriving As the company bombards local TV viewers with ads that promote the offering -- "What will you do with your gig?" -- the 1-gigabit-per-second service is not yet widely available January 28, 2015 Motorola Scores Another No-Bid Contract When federal grants to the Port of Houston became available for what would become the nation’s first pilot emergency high-speed broadband network, it seemed Motorola already had an inside track. January 28, 2015 Brief: Missouri Attorney General Calls for Limits on Use of Body-Cam Footage State Attorney General Chris Koster urged lawmakers to protect the cameras' footage from those who would "monetize it or use it to exploit the people it depicts." January 28, 2015 California's Central Valley Economy Hurt by Broadband Gaps The state, local governments and colleges are partnering to identify exactly where the gaps exist. January 28, 2015 Harnessing the Potential of the Gigabit City Local representatives attending the 2015 Gigabit City Summit discussed how gigabit connectivity can drive regional economic development. January 28, 2015 Pentagon Unit Seeks Technology to Allow Drones to Work in Unison DARPA last week put out a call for people with ideas for “revolutionary approaches to unmanned aircraft systems autonomy” to contribute in its Collaborative Operations in Denied Environment. January 28, 2015 REAL ID Act Catches Up with States Nine states are in noncompliance with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s REAL ID act efforts. January 28, 2015 3-D Images to Help Pennsylvania Police Navigate Terror Scenes The scanner uses lasers to detect walls, doors, furniture and other objects in a room, creating a 3-D image displayed on a computer. January 28, 2015 How many cars will be online in 2020? Answer: 152 million January 27, 2015 Photo of the Week: Hong Kong Waterfront Glows Fluorescent Blue This fluorescent coloring is created by an algae bloom called Noctiluca scintillans, which is more commonly known as 'Sea Sparkle." January 27, 2015 Could Popular Traffic App Waze be Used to Target Police? Despite some concern over the app, many agencies say they want the public to know where their officers are. January 27, 2015 #Hack4Congress: Can This Not-Just-for-Technologists Event Fix Congress? With Congress' approval rating at an all-time low, the civic technology community is gathering to fix the dysfunction. January 27, 2015 Secret Service Investigates Drone Crash at White House The crash renewed calls for tighter regulations of the aerial devices, which are increasingly popular with photographers and amateur aviation enthusiasts. January 27, 2015 Google Fiber Expands to 18 Cities in American Southeast The search giant's gigabit broadband service is making its biggest expansion yet.