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Members of the National Association of Counties were in Washington, D.C., to urge Congress to extend funding for a program providing subsidies to help low-income households afford broadband Internet service.
For the past few weeks, a futuristic-looking contraption has been cruising around, scooping up trash in Huntington Harbour, keeping especially busy as heaps of debris wash down with recent rainstorms.
The legislators are wading into an ongoing public debate that involves constitutional rights, consumer protections, parental responsibility and quickly evolving technologies.
At Net Inclusion 2024, digital equity experts weighed in on the potential inequities inherent to the acceleration of artificial intelligence, offering advice to those wanting to prepare.
After a Kansas drinking water treatment facility was compromised through remote access on a former employee's cellphone in 2019, the state is launching a tool to assess the cybersecurity of the agencies in charge of keeping drinking water safe.
Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson announced Tuesday he would end the city’s use of the police surveillance tool after extending the city’s contract to use the technology through September.
OpenAI Chief Executive Officer Sam Altman is working to secure U.S. government federal approval for a massive venture to boost global manufacturing of artificial intelligence chips.
The elected clerk of one of North Carolina’s highest-volume courthouses has urged state officials to delay the “rushed” expansion of new technology designed to modernize the judicial system.
More than 7,500 new electric Uber and Lyft vehicles have been approved by the Taxi and Limousine Commission since the start of the city’s Green Rides initiative, according to a lawsuit aimed at limiting the electric for-hire fleet.
A West Orange town council meeting this week was interrupted by at least four people registered to make public comments under fake names. The group made racist and antisemitic comments before being cut off.
City officials have announced that they will join a California lawsuit against major social media companies over what Mayor Eric Adams is calling a “mental health crisis” facing young people.
Denis Goulet plans to build up his state’s privacy, potentially using its cybersecurity program as a model. New Hampshire may also bring its popular “.Gov In a Box” offering to more local entities.
Plus, the state of Washington has appointed Aaron Wheeler to serve as the new broadband director, a digital navigator pilot program has been launched in the city of Cambridge, Mass., and more.
Falling prices, increased availability and incentives are giving the secondhand electric vehicle market the thrust it needs to grow, introducing the vehicles to a wider cross-section of consumers.
After a one-day delay, SpaceX managed a pristine launch early Thursday for Intuitive Machines, aiming to be the first commercial company to successfully make a soft landing on the moon.