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Plus, new legislation aims to increase digital skills training opportunities, two Ohio initiatives aim to increase digital equity, a new grant program for digital services was announced in Colorado, and more.
After years of sanctions from California, a San Francisco coding boot camp and its CEO have run afoul of federal authorities who accuse them of deceiving students and profiting from dodgy loan agreements.
Unlike many competitors, ChargerHelp trains workers for network operations and field repair, with a focus on people and communities long overlooked during earlier periods of technological change.
The technology works by using cameras to take pictures of the houses along garbage truck routes, and artificial intelligence is then used to analyze the pictures and detect code violations.
For thousands of Texans living in the Rio Grande Valley, the so-called "last mile" — that stubborn final leg of a broadband Internet network that reaches a residential neighborhood — can seem endless.
Sponsored by the Michigan Secretary of State's Office, the closed-session event took place at the Michigan Works office in Traverse City, with more sessions planned elsewhere in the coming weeks.
Info ranges from data-heavy spreadsheets showing complaints made to 311 and the rental registry status of Cleveland homes, to simpler map-based information showing the boundaries of neighborhoods.
An updated ordinance designed to promote safer electric bicycle usage in Santa Cruz County was delayed this week as county leaders there kicked the tires and double-checked for leaks.
The county is preparing for a soft launch of reopening the assessment, collection and recorder of deeds offices to the public on April 16, according to a new press release from officials.
Change Healthcare has reportedly already paid off one set of cyber attackers, but now a second group is claiming that it has stolen data, too.
More than 23 million low-income households are enrolled in a federal discount program that is expected to run out of money in April or May, according to the Federal Communications Commission.
Thousands of students filed into Wolff Municipal Stadium Monday morning to observe the long-awaited solar eclipse as part of a watch party hosted by the Witte Museum and DoSeum.
Drivers exceeding speed limits in Colorado Springs could be caught on camera if the city implements a new system that uses radar technology to track and identify speeders.
Due to a lack of funding, the FCC recently froze enrollment in the Affordable Connectivity Program, announcing that it will only be fully funded through the month of April.
With the help of a grant, the public library in Glenmora, La., has deployed telehealth kiosks to its branches, offering equipment like blood pressure measuring cuffs and scales for residents to use.