FirstNet names AT&T as vendor for $46.5 billion public safety network
America's first nationwide interoperable wireless network for public safety finally has a builder.
The barrier to mobility in classified situations? Policy, say SOCOM and former CIA officials
Policy hasn't kept up to accommodate technical solutions that would facilitate mobility in classified cases, said two officials on Thursday at the AFCEA Washington, D.C. Mobile Tech Summit.
Census Bureau launches device-as-a-service procurement for 2020
The Census Bureau began its search Tuesday for a telecommunications vendor to supply the smartphones and mobile services necessary for door-to-door field operations during the 2020 decennial census, the director of the bureau said.
Education sets sights on mobility-focused IT overhaul
The Education Department needs industry's help crafting the acquisition strategy for its planned mobility-focused IT environment to replace its current decade-old infrastructure.
New FBI app helps users stay informed on bank robberies
The FBI hopes its new app will work like a digital wanted poster and encourage the public to stay informed about nearby robberies.
Android chip vulnerability leaves millions of devices open to attack
Security researchers have found a bug in Qualcomm chip sets and software drivers that would allow malicious actors to trigger privilege escalations and gain root access to an estimated 900 million Android devices.