The gunshot detection company is just the latest to enter the potentially lucrative U.S. school shooting protection market.
LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy has a plan to give New Yorkers "one little gift of kindness."
This could be the next ride for the emerging market poor.
Volunteers across the world are building the digital infrastructure for the organization's Typhoon Haiyan relief efforts.
A fun new map shows that America rules supreme when it comes to Twitter profanity.
The "stop snitching" movement meets social media.
The monster storm hitting the Philippines is causing all kinds of nasty damage.
See static stencils come to life.
An amazing comparison of social media meta-data, in two charts.
Meet the data treasure trove known as "NOAA View."
See the famed building at new heights.
Artist Candy Chang posted blackboards for people to write out what they want to do "before they die." The project became an international hit.
Pollution defeats the surveillance state.
The city is partnering with private techie groups to fund these science-themed transformations of public space.
This is what a 3D map looks like when compressed into 2D form, as only computers can read it.
Mugshots.com wants you to believe that it's a good thing to make people pay money to have their mugshots taken down. (Spoiler: It's not a very convincing argument).
Plunging prices for solar panels and generous subsidies for fuel cells are prompting companies, universities, and public facilities to go green.
The technology is being tested, but legal hurdles still need to be worked out.