It’s asking New Yorkers, “What does Eric Garner mean to you?”
Crop fields are computer chips and rivers are lightning bolts in this new short film.
The killing of an unarmed man in Gardena, California, and the weak rationale for suppressing dashboard cam footage of the encounter.
It’s reportedly easier to maintain than soil and mulch.
Fifty years ago, the iconic corn-cob-shaped cement towers were a symbol of optimism for the city. Today, they are close to being designated historic landmarks.
Lower costs, ridership barriers, and passenger congestion are among the possible benefits.
A White House initiative to bring broadband to low-income students could help free up community-based services everywhere.
A Prague-based artist composes sculpture that examines how urban technology spreads like its own life form.
Overwhelmed by dilapidated pipes, more cities are privatizing their water systems. But is anyone winning besides corporations?
Watch more than 3,000 flights compete for space on only six runways.
Solar-powered Bigbellies offer enough bandwidth to power a startup.
One startup wants to fix California’s water market. But shouldn’t the state be doing more?
The city of Melbourne assigned trees email addresses so citizens could report problems. Instead, people wrote thousands of love letters to their favorite trees.
Grab your flashlight and start fixing a dangerous, crumbling mining city in INFRA.
We’re creatures of habit. And for some third-party apps, that means we’re easy to find.
The safety precaution would fit in with the city’s larger Vision Zero push.
When you apply Google’s artificial neural networks to cartography, the hills literally have eyes.
“Brewtroleum” is reportedly the first-ever fuel produced from used yeast.