And iPhone users are the worst offenders.
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Grants totaling $143,250 in tools, training and technical support for data collection are up for grabs.
Many government agencies shy away from mobile apps, but the District of Columbia's Child and Family Services Agency recognized that’s just what it needed.
Workplace entry is easier when core software can quickly be pushed to anyone’s device securely.
Cities and states are spending thousands on mobile apps that allow people to report government fraud, waste and abuse. Are they worth it?
QR code-enabled, its simplicity is easy for other counties to replicate.
“We forget it’s the person whose trash we’re picking up who is the one who puts us in office,” says Provo, Utah, Mayor John Curtis.
With 80 percent of the state’s licensed drivers using IDrive, scalability is a necessity.
The pay-by-cell-phone technology is already popular in other U.S. cities.
Cell carriers’ new LTE-U technology could further strain broadband’s open spectrum, barring FCC regulation or the establishment of agreed-upon industry standards.
Urban planning is a lot easier when you’re tracking regional travel.
The City of Angels is providing residents with location intelligence where they’re at—on their mobile devices using Google Maps.
The permitting tool is 16 months out from launch but has the potential to scale with the city.
Behavioral psychology can promote conservation in a drought.
A new user-centric approach to Web design is being employed with state agency sites.
What was once scattered across multiple agencies is now easily accessible through one portal thanks to a cross-sector collaborative effort. And the effort is also boosting digital engagement and state revenue.
Ewing, New Jersey police cruisers rolled with Pertino software and Cradlepoint hardware before the latter acquired the former earlier this week.
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