It’s allegedly pro-evolution, promotes gambling, and contains symbols of “devious religions and organizations.”
Now that the game has finally launched in Pokemon’s birth country, the Japanese government is prepared for the worst.
The Persian Gulf emirate has launched a system that links thousands of cameras across the capital.
“That’s what I get for playing this dumbass game.”
With no Google Street View team mapping her hometown, one woman is strapping 360-degree cameras onto the islands’ woolly flocks.
Rural towns aren’t attractive to popular ride-hailing services, so a local company is launching its own in the western panhandle of Nebraska.
Gotta catch ‘em all, but how? Where? Why? What’s a Squirtle?
We know, because the internet is counting.
Converting a bike into an e-bike can be as easy as swapping out a wheel—but the costs are still a burden.
A Cairo group finds a massive geographic disparity in infrastructure spending between so-called “new cities” and existing ones.
With a grant from the Knight Foundation’s News Challenge, Historypin will help libraries weave together the history of rural American communities.
Contrary to a recent article, “smart” transportation technologies like those from Sidewalk Labs aren’t really a big secret. Plus, cities want them.
Broken sidewalks and inaccessible buildings can make for daunting trips, but a slew of mobile applications could change that.
Satellite imagery and lasers are generating stunning new finds at sites like Angkor and Petra.
Post-Brexit, it looks like it might be threatening to move to Scotland.
The navigation app will help drivers in Los Angeles avoid dangerous left turns at busy intersections.
Exploring the connection between technology, wages, and poverty.
More than 50 percent are urban, and two in downtown San Francisco attract more than a billion dollars each in venture capital.
Activation of the tool has evoked a mix of gratitude and disheartenment.