Challengers to Silicon Valley include New York, L.A., Boston, Tel Aviv, and London.
First they gentrify, then they disrupt the way you talk.
Check foot traffic in real time before you head out the door.
The city wants to curb public urination with paint that splashes back urine.
Earlier this month, President Obama held up the city as model for bringing solar power to low-income families. He might have spoken a bit too soon.
An interactive tool just released by the city is a step toward transparency as building continues to boom.
University of Michigan’s Mcity is a 32-acre vehicle-testing lab.
The solar-powered signs post different restrictions based on the time of day.
All they’re asking for in return are some treats and a bit of love.
When it comes to complying with important health regulations, private companies far outperform the public sector.
The one population that libraries can serve better than anyone else is low-income Americans.
It’s asking New Yorkers, “What does Eric Garner mean to you?”
Crop fields are computer chips and rivers are lightning bolts in this new short film.
The killing of an unarmed man in Gardena, California, and the weak rationale for suppressing dashboard cam footage of the encounter.
It’s reportedly easier to maintain than soil and mulch.
Fifty years ago, the iconic corn-cob-shaped cement towers were a symbol of optimism for the city. Today, they are close to being designated historic landmarks.
Lower costs, ridership barriers, and passenger congestion are among the possible benefits.
A White House initiative to bring broadband to low-income students could help free up community-based services everywhere.
A Prague-based artist composes sculpture that examines how urban technology spreads like its own life form.