From pay-by-plate kiosks to pollution surcharges to length-based fees.
As high-tech hubs like San Francisco become increasingly unaffordable, we need to be asking the right questions.
Police in Post Falls, Idaho, have been using body cams since 2007, and say the technology has improved their work.
The 'Breathe Project' lets residents watch neighborhood pollution levels change by the minute.
A UCLA research studio is confronting the challenges of America's favorite fanciful flying tube.
Veniam aims to connect urban vehicles to an "Internet of moving things."
A small but thriving industry has cropped up around New York City high schools that forbid students from having phones on campus.
We could create free, high-capacity Internet access using old television frequencies, new research suggests.
A photographer explores by air a forgotten city where nature has forged on.
A young American in Guatemala wants to bring a spirit of entrepreneurship to municipal governance through his think tank, the Startup Cities Institute.
Lunar Mission One will launch in 2024—if enough backers fund the project on Kickstarter.
New devices aim to help you improve your game like the pros do. But do you really wanna be "that player" at your neighborhood's next game?
But can it aerate jaywalkers with retractable butt guns?
NYC's swanky future pay phones will provide unlimited Wi-Fi and free domestic calls. But will they be accessible to everyone?
The brains behind Scotland's Biomatrix Water use flotillas of plants to filter polluted water and soften concrete riverbanks.
Its rise has been remarkable. But should aspiring tech hubs really emulate the Big Apple?
It may struggle to keep up with passenger demand if it doesn't.
Inspired by Milgram's famous experiment, an analysis of Twitter networks and geography reveals how personal connections get lost at the city level.