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A dozen Houston-area state lawmakers sent a letter to Houston ISD Superintendent Mike Miles asking him to restore a partnership with Verizon that provided free laptops and Internet access to thousands of students.
Sitting along the corner of a public parking lot in downtown Mitchell are four new electric vehicle charging stations that were installed in late November, making them the first of their kind for the area and city.
Days before Sam Altman was fired — and then rehired — as CEO of OpenAI, researchers at the company wrote a letter to its board of directors warning that a major new discovery could threaten humanity.
City leaders are considering buying nearly three dozen new fixed-site automated license plate readers, which would nearly double the police department's supply of the stationary devices.
The grant award to Dairyland Power Cooperative comes through the National Telecommunications & Information Administration. Dairyland will supply the infrastructure groundwork for others to bring broadband Internet to rural areas.
A digital parking technology pilot in Arlington County, Va., is providing fresh, real-time data related to which areas of the city experience the highest parking demand and how to better manage those spaces.
The new meters — which are being deployed now in upstate New York — can tell you how much energy you are using minute by minute and even have the capacity to show how much individual appliances use.
Electric cars are making a dent in Las Vegas' air pollution, but charging infrastructure is still limited and drivers statewide aren't adopting the technology fast enough to reach emissions goals.
On Tuesday night, around 50 people, including law enforcement, civic leaders, journalists and citizens, turned up to the police academy to see a demonstration of the new drones and ask questions.
At a recent event bringing together public- and private-sector leaders in government technology, many spoke about how hiring struggles are making AI both more appealing and more difficult to adopt.
As New York City’s busiest tourist season approaches — with travelers visiting holiday attractions across the city and the famed New Year’s Eve ball drop — the options of where to stay are shrinking.
In the face of rising temperatures that are particularly hard on underserved communities, urban planners are increasingly turning toward expanding tree canopies and green spaces.
Alabama’s 48-year-old grand jury secrecy law looms over two separate cases that are drawing national attention while raising questions over what constitutes legitimate legal secrets in South Alabama.
Utilities and cities — along with local companies and universities — are seeking to turn more of a growing abundance of solar energy into an around-the-clock source for power.
Plus, the New York State Library is preparing to hold a digital equity roundtable, a report details the lack of Internet at rural Pennsylvania schools, and more.