Getting satellite luminosity data right could help us better understand what works and what doesn't in urban development.
A computer was once a human who computed; how long until "a driver" is a machine that drives?
And it moves to reflect the real position of the sun.
The people and ideas reshaping urban life
Memorial Day weekend is a bad time to drive overall.
There must be a driver in the driver's seat during testing.
Cities are experimenting with different materials — from heated panels to flexible rubber — but the best replacement has yet to emerge.
It expands like a balloon to drive unwanted creepsters away.
Spotty coverage could hinder connected cars from achieving their full potential.
Google is engaging in unprecedented, massive, ongoing data collection to transform intractable problems into solvable chores.
Wondering what's going on here? Read on.
Higher levels of atmospheric carbon make key staple crops less nutritious.
The inventors are looking for $1 million to keep testing technology they claim could power the United States three times over.
Two separate studies confirm its loss is inevitable and will cause up to four meters of additional sea-level rise.
The project would include a 200-km tunnel under the Bering Strait and could cost over $200 billion.
Three years and $15 million later, the restored monument will be ready for visitors again this afternoon.
Turkey has plans to heat an entire town with pistachio shells. Why can't that happen in California?