Hey, lady walking your chicken on a leash in Portland – somebody's looking for you.
Measuring the "social interaction potential" of place.
Earthquakes aren't the only thing to make the earth shiver.
The river will flow temporarily into Lake Michigan, where it'll dump millions of gallons of raw sewage.
The SF Live Bus app adds a bit of whimsy to the highly practical world of transit arrival data.
Shortly after Monday's bombings, cellular networks collapsed. The same thing happens every time there is a crisis in a large city.
If climate change caused the waters to rise by 500 feet, this is what major international cities might look like.
The city of Boston is blanketed with security cameras. But finding the right shots is a little like looking for a needle in a hay stack.
This is more true than ever in the digital age.
Though cell service is spotty, social media is connecting family members and friends.
There's still time to enter the international mobile application contest from the New Cities Foundation.
A new Smithsonian exhibit takes on the history of "getting from here to there."
This visualization breaks down Manhattan's noise problem at the micro-level of ice cream trucks, loud TVs, "banging/pounding" and more.
A new site lets you turn any stretch of Streetviewed road into a hyperlapse, a timelapse with a mobile camera.
What if city officials really understood how solar panels catch on?
A peek at how well pet trackers really work.
The city of Chicago tries to leverage the platform better known for funding design projects and cutting-edge products.
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