The New Jersey Supreme Court has ruled that the state can't force sex offenders convicted before a GPS monitoring program was signed into law to wear the tracking devices.
Wichita middle school students will soon have access to 3-D printers.
New Hampshire schools and police departments are getting better connected thanks to a statewide school safety initiative.
A Utah senator says the state should prepare more students for high-tech careers by teaching them computer coding.
Virginia Secretary of Transportation Aubrey Layne says the state likely won't get a permit to build a new toll road next to U.S Route 460.
A technology business incubator in Newport is getting a $1.7 million federal grant to help redevelop a former public school building to support defense, marine, climate change, environmental, and digital industries.
A nonprofit group promoting energy efficiency is recommending a number of ways Nevada can do more to promote the use of electric cars in the wake of Tesla Motors' plans to build a $5 billion battery factory in the state.
UPS says it will put 3-D printers in nearly 100 more stores as it seeks to lure small businesses.
TTM Technologies Inc. said Monday that it plans to buy rival circuit board maker Viasystems Group Inc. for about $368 million in cash and stock.
Police are looking for a man from Southbridge charged with sexually assaulting a child who cut off his GPS monitoring device and fled in a vehicle belonging to his parents.
An organization of civil engineers is calling for a national strategy for mitigating flood risks, saying the U.S. has not fully heeded lessons from Hurricane Katrina and Superstorm Sandy.
South Korean Internet company Naver Corp. said Monday its popular Line instant messaging app won't go public on a stock exchange this year.
Samsung Electronics Co., which faces a slowdown in emerging market smartphone sales, will release its long-delayed Tizen-powered handset in India before the end of this year, a report said Monday.
100,000 Syrians pour into Turkey telling of atrocities as Islamic State group advances
Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law several bills designed to boost use of clean-air vehicles in California.