Which cities in Asia and Oceania are doing the best to incorporate technology to make themselves run smoothly and make life better for their citizens?
A new library in Texas appears to be normal, until you realize it doesn’t have any books in it.
People of average weight are disappearing, according to a public health study.
By crowdsourcing data on speed, arrival times, cleaniness, and crowdedness, the app Moovit gives a clear picture of what’s happening in a city’s public transit system.
There is a lot of talk about the dangers of fracking, but few hard facts. BaseTrace’s new technology--using DNA--will let you test to see if the natural gas extraction process has contaminated your water.
Lanzhou in northwestern China is even worse, and so is Bakersfield, California, according to the World Health Organization data published in 'The Economist.'
After the followers of the irreverent comic site raised hundreds of thousands of dollars to help defend it from a lawsuit, Inman realized that you can catalyze online audiences for more than just clicks.
Ayasdi, a new big-data firm with close ties to Stanford University and DARPA has plans to change the way researchers analyze cancer, money laundering, and professional sports.
With in-store activities like meditation and a new line of logo-free products, Selfridges says "no noise, we’re shopping."
There’s no need to carry your lights around when you’ve got the Halo Zero, which will make sure drivers are very, very aware of you.