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High (Flying) Tech at Sacramento's New Airport Terminal
August 31, 2012
- After just over three years of construction, the new terminal at California’s Sacramento International Airport is a leader in operations and efficiency.
Maryland Governor’s Office Ditches Printers for iPads
August 12, 2012
- iPads Replace Printers in the Maryland Governor’s Office.
New Products from CTL, Plustek, XtremeMac
August 3, 2012
- Ruggedized tablet, surveillance system, iPad case.
Spectrum: Smart Pavement, A Cure for Filthy Phones
August 2, 2012
- Spray-on battery, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer.
New Products from ES&S, Dominion, Satechi
June 29, 2012
- Precinct ballot scanners/tabulators, smartphone speaker
New Products From XtremeMac, Plustek, CTL, Satechi
May 29, 2012
- iPad case, surveillance system, rugged tablet, stereo speaker for smartphones and tablets.
3 Ways Machine-to-Machine Tech Can Assist Governments
May 9, 2012
- Location-enabled machine-to-machine solutions can have a positive impact on state and local government activities.
New Products From Belkin, SMART, LUXSHARE-ICT, Devon IT
April 19, 2012
- Combination folio/keyboard, whiteboards, docking station, thin client laptop.
New Products from Trimble, Toshiba, Canon U.S.A.
March 30, 2012
- Handheld GIS, 10-inch tablet, high-definition camera.
Next-Gen Police Car Takes Shot from Uncle Sam
March 8, 2012
- Carbon Motors’ E7 police cruiser is denied funding from the federal Advanced Technology Vehicle Manufacturing program.
Driverless Cars on California Roads Could be Regulated
March 1, 2012
- State Sen. Alex Padilla introduces legislation that would regulate testing of autonomous vehicles on California’s roadways.
New Products from Lenovo, Logitech, Powerbag
February 28, 2012
- Fold-and-flip Notebook, Pocket mouse/presenter, smart-charging bags and backpacks.
New Products from Pantech, Ion Wireless, ZAGG, SMARTdesks
January 30, 2012
- Android smartphone, mouse glove, universal keyboard, convertible computer table.
Consumer Electronics Show 2012 in Pictures
January 13, 2012
- Exhibitors showcase new phones and tablets, refuse to give up on 3D TV.
Steve Ballmer, Ryan Seacrest Christen 2012 CES, Reveal More Windows 8
January 9, 2012
- Keynote speech marks last time Microsoft will open at the Consumer Electronics Show.
Paint-On Solar Cells Developed by Notre Dame Researchers
January 4, 2012
- ‘Solar paint’ applied to conductive surface produces electricity, although further research is needed before it becomes a commercially viable product.
Commodore 64 Turns 30
January 3, 2012
- The beloved machine is still the best-selling personal computer of all time.
New Products From Motorola, Just Think Design, Velocity Micro
December 20, 2011
- Rugged smartphone, tablet stylus, workstation
Will Government Embrace Unified Communications in 2012?
December 19, 2011
- Industry Perspective: Government has room to grow to take full advantage of technology that merges phone calls, voicemail, texts, and audio and video conferencing.
E-Library Books Ready for Checkout on Kindles Through North Carolina Libraries
December 9, 2011
- The North Carolina Digital Library consortium released e-books for online checkout available through Kindles.
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GovTech Papers and Case Studies
Q&A: Communicating through Chaos
State Agency Bolsters Security & Operational Efficiencies
Modernization as a Service: Acquiring IT through Innovative Procurement
Selecting and Sustaining IT Investments in Government: A Guide to Effective Strategies
Opting for On-Premise File Storage Over the Cloud
For increased security and control, Fresno, Calif., chose on-premise file storage over a cloud-based environment, and plans to roll the system out across the enterprise.
Mark Russinovich: Software Whiz, Cybercrime Writer
Microsoft software guru Mark Russinovich uses his computer expertise to write successful technological thrillers.
Collapsed Bridge Outlines Other Infrastructure Woes
The bridge that collapsed over the Skagit River in Washington May 23 sheds light on other vulnerable structures in the state.
Predicting Crime Using Analytics and Big Data
A unique approach to crime analysis may allow police officers to predict illegal activity.
New Program Lets Davis, Calif., Residents Monitor Water Use Online
With water rates expected to triple over the next five years, the city of Davis unveiled a new tool to assist water utility customers in their water conservation efforts.
IBM Announces Technology Predictions for 2015
Can This App Find Your Next Job?
Is a See-Through Smartphone on the Horizon?
New Products from Samsung, Adobe, BlueAnt
Two Cents: Fully Loaded
6 Trends in the Next Generation of Government
Site Reveals Salaries of New York State Employees, Other State Financial Data
California Launches Cybersecurity Task Force
Who Really, Really Invented the Internet?
Oklahoma Tornado Highlights Need to Get "Tech Ready"
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