In Russia, an app identifies "parking douches."
An online tool visualizes various unpleasant water-scarce scenarios.
In Mexico City, new devices give pedestrians an unusual incentive to clean up after their pets.
Plans are emerging for an electric-powered truck highway in the ports of L.A. and Long Beach.
Smart phones have given us a lot of great benefits, but this is not one of them.
The new frontier of augmented reality apps comes to urban art.
Researchers in Grenoble, France, have developed a wallpaper that blocks wireless internet signals from leaking out of your home.
Researchers identify a method to reuse heat from steel factories to warm homes.
A Tumblr that explains the life of a planner through, what else, GIFs.
In the last few years, New York has risen to prominence in the world of tech start-ups.
The science fiction writer discusses how technology is changing cities.
Elaborate bike rides "paint" GPS-enabled pictures on the streets of Baltimore.
Can cities make it just as easy for citizens to engage in the physical world as the digital one?
Are crowd-sourced fundraising websites a good way to accelerate community-level projects?
A new publication explores the troubling implications of our networked world.
San Diego County has made it easy for its cities to convert to energy-efficient streetlights.
The city has released over 870,000 historic images and made them available online.
The French biochemist behind this strange green light sees it having a "massive" palliative effect on global warming.