Though it was supposed to take another 15 years for programmers to develop the technology that would solve the problem, a Belgian programmer is ahead of the curve.
The company is moving into the next phase of its green-vehicle initiative, Project Portal, tackling commercial trucks.
The San Francisco District Attorney enlisted Code For America to eliminate barriers that were limiting the office’s ability to pardon people with possession charges before marijuana was legalized in California.
New York City aims to minimize its carbon footprint by signing legislation requiring plants, solar panels, and/or wind turbines on their roofs.
A team of researchers at Harvard have made new discoveries over the past few years regarding lasers and their ability to work as radio frequency signals.
SpaceX is coming closer to launching satellites in order to provide a larger range of internet coverage to the world, with the FCC approving a lower orbit than planned.
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In an effort to make the lives of border control officers easier, the European Parliament voted to integrate separate databases into one large space for personal identification information.