Ancient volcanoes on the moon likely left more water than what sits in Lake Michigan — locked in ice beneath the lunar surface — a potential source for astronauts, University of Colorado researchers say in a new study.
A connected vehicle project with vehicle-to-everything technology in Georgia will continue a trend in the transportation sector that merges traditional highway infrastructure with digitally connected vehicles.
The increasing use of drones to cast fishing lines hundreds of yards from shore has raised safety and environmental concerns. Now fishers are waiting to see if the governor will sign the ban into law.
The state of Michigan and the National Park Service will be partnering on a number of transportation projects to address issues like congestion and parking, as well as increase electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
A total of 38 California counties have placed their rural broadband hopes in a new partnership with Utah's UTOPIA Fiber, an organization that facilitates the construction of open access networks.
Pima County's election officials are readying to implement the first year of replacing precinct-based polling places with vote centers and electronic poll books ahead of August's primary elections.
Virtual and augmented reality tools are gaining traction in both K-12 and higher-ed institutions, but experts say more planning and collaboration are needed to make the content practical and useful.
Several cities in Northeastern Ohio, from Cleveland to Canton, are using American Rescue Plan Act dollars for surveillance-related technology. Experts remain skeptical about surveillance tech's effect on crime.
Gov. Gavin Newsom's executive order places the state among the first to create “a comprehensive and harmonized framework” for assessing how state and public institutions can use blockchain technology.
New Mexico's proposed clean-car rule, which received a public hearing yesterday, would require electric vehicles to account for 7 percent of new car sales starting in January 2025.
The restoration of Hangar One, a Silicon Valley icon that is a landmark reminder of a bygone era of giant dirigibles, is slated to get into high gear under a project being led by Google’s Planetary Ventures unit.
West Virginia CIO Josh Spence describes the problem of letting buzzwords get in the way of tech’s utility, plus how his state is using artificial intelligence for fraud detection.
Gov. Mark Gordon's administration launched a new dashboard with digital tools to support businesses, job seekers and educators in the state with resources about new emerging workforce opportunities.
The "Tesla bill" would allow electric-vehicle manufacturers to sell to Connecticut consumers without having a dealership with a maintenance and service center. The bill faces too much opposition to pass this year.
For training purposes, police in Westfield, Mass., can now experience de-escalation and use-of-force situations through virtual reality. One advantage of VR training is that officers can train day or night with the tech.
The Pittsburgh Robotics Network is made up of about 140 organizations, which includes more than 90 commercial robotics businesses, securing the region as a central hub for robotics research and development.