Helicopter owners and tech-savvy birds, rejoice. You can now map the literal shortest distance to your destination.
The future of the average insured driver lies in telematics.
Music is embedded in the streets, like the streets are embedded in the music.
The people and ideas reshaping urban life
With state-of-the-art equipment and courses on 3-D printing and personal prototyping, TechShops could change the face of manufacturing.
The proprietor of D.C. eatery claims that an incorrect—and unvetted—listing on Google Places drove him out of business.
"Smarty Pins” uses miles as a scoring system—run out and you’re done.
Art galleries have a lot of mirrors, and the robots are snapping oddly compelling pics of themselves in front of them.
SurveyLA is using a pilot version of special software to document the city's historic architecture. Yes, L.A. has some of that.
The developers of Human have complied user data into stunning visualizations that show how and where we get around.
Science fiction writers have come up with a plausible scenario for a floating city above the fiery planet.
At the top of the list: Get people on board with annual fare increases.
The Municipal Art Society has created a resource to alert residents to neighborhood building plans they'd otherwise never get to weigh in on.
A new photography book explores Rochester in the 12 months following Kodak's bankruptcy filing.
The New York and Chicago public libraries are both planning to experiment with new ways to bridge the digital divide.
The only change that's coming to the growing laundromat industry is quarters.
With a new physical exhibition space, StoryCorps is expanding the way it presents stories in Chicago.
Texas Central Railway intends to build a Houston-Dallas line with private money.
That innocuous little device atop your TV has a surprisingly large carbon footprint.