In Sweden, you can go online and pay to book a nice spot on a bench or in a park, and find out how the other half lives. (But mostly to raise money for the homeless. You don’t have to sleep outside if you don’t want to.)
The idea of vehicle-to-grid technology (where idle electric cars use power from their battery to help power other things) has yet to take off, but the military is about to try it. If it works, it might be the best way to lower the price of electric cars for everyone.
The response to the latest climate bill shows that few people on one side of the aisle seem at all willing to engage in discussion about how to stop the problem.
In a city that doesn’t have that many places for a company to start, the burgeoning entrepreneurial scene in Sin City has to create its own work options.
Peugeot Citroen’s new C3 VTi 82 will have what they’re calling an air-hybrid system. Will it be the first car to take air power to the mainstream?
Can Sweetwater Spectrum create a new model for caring for those with autism as they grow older?
In Rotterdam, a new bridge connects two parts of the city that were previously cut off by roads with heavy traffic. But it’s not a city project: Each piece of wood bears the name of the person who helped pay for it.
Mapping the languages of everyone using Twitter in New York shows the insane diversity of the city’s spoken languages and also where both tourists and local foreign language speakers are congregating.