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Voters in Dunn County will be checked in for the next election by workers using Badger Books, an electronic version of traditional paper books used to verify registered voters when they cast ballots.
Other companies are hoping to do the same, and a few are already doing so, but Starlink and Amazon are the major players in what some experts are calling a “head-to-head rivalry.”
Top tech companies are mounting a push to limit how U.S. intelligence agencies collect and view texts, emails and other information about their users, especially American citizens.
Local government officials in McLean County, Ill., regional planners and the McLean County Farm Bureau want to know how fast Internet access is in rural parts of the county.
A dozen towns throughout Lewis County, N.Y., will now have access to 27 Wi-Fi hot spots thanks to a collaboration between the county and Internet service provider Spectrum. The project was created through a $370,000 program with Spectrum.
A mode shift toward more sustainable transportation like micromobility and transit will take more than an app. It will require a reimagining of cities and how transportation infrastructure is prioritized.
In Whitfield County, 911 callers using smartphones now have the option to livestream video or send multimedia information like photographs to dispatchers at the county's 911 center.
New recruits to the Glynn County Police Department recently got a firsthand look at some of the newest public safety tech available from Axon, a company specializing in law enforcement technology.
Oneisha Freeman, digital connectivity manager of GTA, said the meetings have the dual purpose of providing communities with resources they could utilize and gauging feedback that helps shape GTA programs.
Small businesses in Mississippi that are interested in doing business with the federal government will have access to several workshops meant to clarify the often daunting process.
The AT&T Connected Learning Center, located at the Rincon Education Center, increases Internet access for tribal community members, while providing opportunities for students to do homework and for adults to seek employment.
After receiving a $1.2 million technology grant to help pay for the project, the Aurora City Council has approved a contract to place 32 more security cameras throughout the city.
Training systems like Georgia’s Cyber Range are crucial, enabling students to practice their tech skills with real-world scenarios such as machine learning for a manufacturer or information security on a mobile app.
Newsrooms across the country have withered while the stories they produce at great cost enrich big technology companies that pay little or nothing for sharing them on their platforms.
The county board of commissioners is asking to be considered for the state’s Realizing Opportunities for Broadband Infrastructure Networks grant, seizing the opportunity to apply before the next round of grants in 2024.