As digital and physical worlds move ever closer together, cities need architects expert in both buildings and information.
And what if it's not other people who live there?
Once we all built homepages on GeoCities, the "city" turned out to be a poor metaphor for the web.
Publicly owned Internet infrastructure is luring jobs to smaller towns. Should big cities follow their lead?
What happens to a community with no "digital shadow" on the web?
Behold the Stumblr.
Take a street view tour of some of the company's data centers.
Author Steven Johnson, described by some as a "Darwin of Technology," on the future of urban innovation.
A marketing campaign's cameras turn a select number of public spaces into stages.
The District of Columbia is trying to bring high-speed internet to more of its residents. But it's much more complicated than anyone imagined.
"Sentiment analysis" of social media could change the way you report potholes forever.
Turns out the White House has one of the slower download speeds in the city.
Broadband offers the possibility, though not the guarantee, of connecting remote regions of the country in a new way to the national and global economy.
Researchers in Grenoble, France, have developed a wallpaper that blocks wireless internet signals from leaking out of your home.
A Tumblr that explains the life of a planner through, what else, GIFs.
A new publication explores the troubling implications of our networked world.
Software entrepreneur Patrick Kennedy is bringing faster internet to San Leandro, thanks to infrastructure put in place by BART and city officials.
A new report focuses on the dire situation in 15 big cities, and highlights the changing role of the public library.
A high speed network is changing and augmenting police work in Chattanooga