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More than 75 percent of Brazilians over the age of 10 now have mobile phones, which means someone's always watching.
Members of the Soul Tigers Marching Band find stability amid the chaos of adolescence and difficult circumstances.
Why travel at all when the most reasonable, thoughtful people on the Internet have rated the world's metropolises for you?
ScenePast lets you send a note with a classic 20th century streetscape from your mobile device. But it's also got an addictive second feature.
Paris' greatest tourist draw gets a new, heart-stopping feature.
It's all about the ratio of total dissolved solids in a given water sample.
In a city that's struggled for peace and solid infrastructure, its 1.5 million residents can finally draw cash.
The app now connecting political protesters could soon connect people in the developing world.
No, there's not a serial killer targeting poultry.
After losing millions of dollars during the Sonics' final years, the 52-year-old Key Arena is a moneymaker again.
A new report covers the meteoric growth of the city's real estate market.
In New York City's $4 billion PATH Hub, form overtakes function.
Science has solved a centuries-old question: How does the mind process space?
Self-checkouts feel like a product of the disconnected Internet age, but Clarence Saunders pushed them nearly 80 years ago.
A case study in making a small country even smaller.
One of America's rising tech hubs may suffer unless it draws more foreign students to its universities—and welcomes them into the larger culture.
When it comes to targeted advertising, there's much, much worse out there.
A clever combined market and apartment project navigates strict Dutch laws for food and housing.