Many people aren’t familiar with the term that encompasses businesses like Uber and Airbnb, while others argue that the phrase may be deceptive.
A new study charts the incredible growth of innovation in the Bay Area.
MBTA says the devices are included in rules prohibiting “articles of an inflammable or explosive nature.”
A solar-powered airplane will circumnavigate the globe to promote clean energy.
First dreamed up in 1969, the bus may help Chinese cities ease traffic and curb air pollution.
A national system of electricity transmission could cut power-plant emissions by 80 percent.
Health workers ride through the country’s rugged terrain to collect medical samples from remote villages—with the help of new technology.
The 65,000-pound Space Shuttle Program relic has come from New Orleans via the Panama Canal.
Personal cars get most of the attention, but trucks and buses are long overdue for an efficiency upgrade.
Kiruna will be relocated two miles to the east in perhaps the most ambitious urban relocation project so far this century.
Checking in on the latest advancements, and the challenges that remain.
Energy company Statoil plans to get things running by the end of 2017.
With the goals finally agreed on, this year’s COP22 climate conference will turn to finding solutions.
With just a few inches of rainfall a year, the country is taking matters into its own hands.
The social-networking site is helping Seattle’s cops dive deeper into the communities they serve—but the platform can stoke neighborhood paranoia and social stigma.
Twenty cities claim the diesel regulations are so lax that they’ll prevent other efforts to reduce pollution.
The ‘Let’s Go Buffalo Show’ is an endearing time capsule from a forgettable period in the city’s history.
“Labeling something innovative does not make it so.”
The robot performs automatic patrols and can shock people with an electric prod.