Researchers at Arizona State University have created software that tracks carbon dioxide emissions of whole cities, down to individual buildings and roadways.
For the first time, neighborhoods will be able to bid on local radio wavelengths. Here's what that means for cities.
Get behind the driver's seat to experience the exciting world of street sweeping firsthand.
A new app lets renters create a profile with their job, salary information and credit history.
Say hello to the saddest clothing in the world.
Movie time, all the time.
Why not use a network of cannons to shoot water to parched farms? Oh, right – for lots of reasons.
Apple Maps is so flawed it's forcing users to discover even better, city-specific alternatives.
The CEO apologizes, suggests users bookmark Google maps.
The Turbo train once took riders between Toronto and Montreal in less than 4 hours. Now all we have left are these incredible promotional videos.
Start-ups and entrepreneurs promise a bright future. But is it a future that crowds out the poor and disadvantaged?
Looking for someone on Monday and Thursday at 7 p.m.? Check the bathroom.
Walk Score will now let users "review" a neighborhood's walkability.
Wearable cartographic tech enables people to map the insides of buildings just by walking around.
Every business with a city permit will soon be required to display a QR code linking to the municipal database.
Landex helps you find neighborhoods just like yours, the country over.
The city's new Vision Louisville initiative hopes to inspire proposals from the public.