The nano-turbines are so small that hundreds could fit inconspicously on a phone's sleeve.
A conversation with Smart Cities author Anthony Townsend.
Soon, you'll be able to get one for your apartment. And in a couple of years, they could be used to light our streets.
Hint: It's not cars.
Researchers studying the shape of our social networks make some startling findings.
China's most comprehensive on-the-ground photography yet.
You know how sometimes you can see yourself in the eyes of another person? Others can see you, too.
2 ideas for the company's busiest times.
Which cities attract the most people, and what kinds of communities are losing them.
And many of those who do are planning to stock up on 40 and 60 watt bulbs.
These impressed us for both what they illustrated and how they did it.
But merely providing the service isn't enough. It needs to work well, too.
At the very least, it gives parents god-like knowledge of their teen's driving habits.
We seldom treat identity theft the way we do other crimes.
Even in an era of cheap, digital communication, most of us are still talking to our neighbors.
Where there once was no land, now there is.
In a new survey, 70 percent said they would share personal information online if it lowered their healthcare costs.
"Earth" relies on supercomputers to paint an almost real-time picture of the atmosphere's feverish churning.
Playdope connects people whose paths through the city overlap.