And other juicy tidbits.
An urban hacker from Tokyo thinks street poles should look like candy canes, and he's built the 'bot to do that.
According to LinkedIn, Americans think of themselves as "creative," Brazilians are "experimental," and in Indonesia, "multinational" is the top descriptor.
An international incident sheds light on the trans-Tasman rivalry with New Zealand and the limits of criminalizing speech.
With enough imagination, anything can be a playground.
A public interest design firm sells the craft beyond the elite.
They are mostly found on the coasts, according to a new study.
This eco-friendly sculpture re-imagines the classic city square decoration.
It might not give you Matrix-style bullet-dodging skills, but this German invention could cause you to walk into an open manhole.
The recession, coupled with obscenely high rents, are forcing superstores out of business.
Levying fees on income and property just isn't working anymore. Cities need to be able to charge people who commute in.
17 percent of American workers work within 10 miles of a major airport.
Also in this Toilet Tuesday: researchers discover that men experience more "stress" than women when using public bathrooms.
Pretty efficient, contrary to popular opinion.
It's a Monty Python gag, of course.
Letting companies monitor how and how much you drive will save you money, and generate huge spillover benefits.
Gaudi's famous architectural wonder celebrates its 100th birthday in style.
The attachment projects a symbol 20 feet ahead of the bike, enhancing presence for oncoming traffic and lane mergers.
What we learn when we zoom in on the data.