A new partnership between EPB and California-based Qubitekk will allow private companies, government and university researchers to test quantum equipment and applications in an established fiber-optic environment.
The expanding universe of electric vehicles seems to have a stranglehold on the broader transportation sector, but some in New Jersey are also looking to hydrogen power to fill the gaps electric bus batteries create.
The system that the Washington State Patrol uses to find missing persons has helped locate 70 people in 77 cases. Now the system is able to geo-target the Wireless Emergency Alerts directly to subscribers' cell phones.
San Francisco police will soon be allowed to use robots to kill people during rare and limited emergency situations under a controversial new policy that was approved by city supervisors on Tuesday.
Before the big snowstorm hit the area on Nov. 17, Buffalo officials were talking up how their new GPS tracking for the 44 city snowplows would keep residents up to date on snow removal operations.
The Anderson County, Texas, Commissioners Court has now approved a broadband Internet study and action plan, conducted by the East Texas Council of Governments, during Monday's meeting.
The city has released its controversial policy that would allow police robots to use lethal force against a suspect as a last resort. A similar proposal in Oakland was withdrawn after public outcry.
Incarcerated individuals in some Texas prisons will no longer have to wait until their release to learn how to use the latest technology — like smartphones and other communications tools — through a newly formed program.
Concepts like mobility data specifications are serving as the foundational pieces of digital infrastructure that will enable the development of more integrated and complete urban transportation systems.
The city of Boulder has announced the launch of a new web-based emergency mapping tool that will help first responders plan and coordinate evacuations. It will also provide the community with access to real-time updates.
The satellite-based Internet service from SpaceX has launched in Alaska, where more than 200 villages lack city-quality service. Advocates say the service will extend to every corner of the state.
The Office of Arts, Culture and Entrepreneurship has launched a new mural map and smartphone app to bring attention to the work of local art and artists. In recent years, the city has focused on replacing graffiti with murals.
Some 600 phones in the Bay Area recorded waveform data from the Seven Trees earthquake last October. That data is being used by researchers at the UC Berkeley Seismological Laboratory to better understand the effects of quakes.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives’ National Integrated Ballistic Information Network stores millions of pieces of ballistics intelligence to help law enforcement generate investigative leads in gun crimes.
The newly released app allows users to submit requests in a wide range of categories, including abandoned vehicles, anonymous criminal reports, public records requests, broken streetlights and other services.
Tehama County, home to the city of Red Bluff, is warning residents that their personal information may have been compromised in the recent breach of the Department of Social Services’ databanks.