A fight over what you can do with a cell phone
A war looms between smartphone manufacturers. Go to full story... ...
- Written by Urgent Communications Administrator
- 15th June 2007
A war looms between smartphone manufacturers.
Intel warns of chip shortages but trumpets open RANThe CEO of Intel said chipset shortages could affect the global electronics industry through 2023. “While I expect the shortages to bottom out in the second half, it will take another one to two years before the industry is able to completely catch up with demand,” Intel’s Pat Gelsinger said Thursday during the company’s quarterly […]
Optimizing the citizen experience with interactive portals and one-door entry policiesIT leaders are rethinking citizen communications as the pandemic has led constituents to use hundreds of services online. From employment-related information to updates on the pandemic’s impact on communities, residents are hungry for information that is often culled from numerous sources including federal, state and local organizations, hospitals, insurance companies and more. As these services […]
When it comes to autonomous vehicles, it's time for municipalities to get into the driver's seatAs the host of the “Connected and Autonomous Vehicles 101 National Roadshow,” I have conducted seminars for planners, city administrators and municipal employees in many metro areas around the country. The one thing that everyone who attends these seminars wants to know is: while we wait for self-driving cars, what should municipalities, counties or MPOs […]
TSA issues second directive for pipeline operators amid China concernsThe US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Tuesday issued a directive requiring oil pipeline operators to implement specific measures to protect against ransomware and other threats to their business and operational technology (OT) networks. The directive is the TSA’s second for oil pipeline operators in the last two months and is a sign of the heightened […]