Crunching a list of variables about innovation and sustainability, we rank the world’s smartest cities, from New York to Hong Kong (and with an unexpected winner).
While Americans bicker about whether or not smart meters work (or give you cancer), Europe has plans to install more than 100 million in the next few years. Now we can see what a smart grid looks like.
After years of waiting, car companies are now rushing to catch up to a world where they need to make electric cars. Their failure to see these trends coming, and their scramble to catch up, hold important lessons.
When police are stumped by a case, a new algorithm may be able to help them narrow down which crime syndicates were at work.
One of the projects spawned by the Department of Defense’s massive investment in the social sciences is an ambitious visualization of how militant groups operate and interact.
Whether you like it or not, little robots are going to be part of our lives sooner than we think, and we’ll need these apps to make them do what we want--from getting beer to more important tasks.
Big banks might say that they give back, but while the dollar amounts are high, their donations amount to a rounding error on their books. New bank AbleBanking plans to be the bank for people who care about philanthropy.