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Each winning city will receive an individualized Readiness Workshop and host of tech tools to help further its efforts toward becoming a smart city.
Although the Capitol insurrection was reason to suspend President Trump's Facebook and Twitter, Big Tech's power over free speech is raising concerns.
YourT1Wifi, which operates in Northern Idaho, is allowing customers to request that access to Facebook and Twitter be blocked following the widespread bans against President Trump on the platforms last Friday.
The Columbia, Tenn., city finance department is now seeking $65,000 in funding to upgrade its finance and accounting software with vendor E-Government Solutions, which comes after a year’s worth of work.
Fiber optic based Internet at speeds up to 1 Gbps will extend to Smyrna, Hickory Grove and western York County in rural South Carolina, with upgrades potentially taking as long as two or three years.
One startup is hoping that its 3D-printed dwellings will play a part in the battle for affordable housing by making shelter quicker and more affordably than other options on the market.
The city of Independence has been working to fully recover from a ransomware attack that struck late last year. The utility billing process has not yet returned to normal.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is now proposing changes that he says would give patients in the state more telehealth options and the ability to more quickly investigate complaints about doctors.
Republicans and Democrats in the Iowa Legislature say they plan to pay special focus on bridging the state's so-called digital divide, a tech discrepancy gap that has been accentuated by the outbreak of COVID-19.
Federal officials have announced new rules that will allow operators of small drones to fly over people and at night, a move that is expected to turbo-boost commercial use of the flying machines.
Carbon County, Pa., commissioners instituted a new social media and website policy allowing employees to engage with the public to bring awareness through its widely used social media platforms.
With the recent successes of Elon Musk's company SpaceX, satellite Internet has become a "sexy" new technology. Experts, though, advise against thinking that it is the sole solution to besting the digital divide.
The Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory is leading a project to examine traffic data sets from across the Los Angeles region to develop new strategies to reduce traffic congestion.
Vaccination efforts in the state are being complicated by technical issues with management software and some patient registration websites.
The Bartlesville Public Library announced its permanent move to increase Internet bandwidth after receiving positive feedback on an emergency increase due to COVID-19 in April.