250 LED "SmartScreens" are heading to New York's underused booths.
You can buy and cancel your ticket with ease, but the railroad needs to upgrade more of its features.
This simulation shows one-ton blobs of carbon dioxide rising from the street in giant blue spheres.
Don't get too comfy.
Nokia Maps for iPhone have (almost) everything Apple Maps doesn't.
The governments of virtually all large Latin American cities now use social media to engage with citizens, and smaller cities are quickly following suit.
Harvard's new ecological urbanism app explores current practices, emerging trends, and opportunities for new initiatives.
This high-tech garment detects the stares of rude people and instantly deploys shields.
Starting today, the internet giant will begin shipping wine to a handful of states, and others may follow.
A most ominous storm was brewing over the East Coast.
Data engineers examined more than 3 million tweets to create this sprawling linguistic cartography.
The exiting Wired editor-in-chief explains why the maker revolution is becoming the new industrial revolution.
See what I did there?
Thanks to Sandy, New Yorkers have created an informal network of public phone-charging stations. But why did they have to?
Way to lock up that neck.
Nothing brings back old technology like a black out.
Once the city recovers, it will have to decide what to do about the next storm.
The Catalan city is leading the way.