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November 13, 2018

The approach José Serrano-McClain took to a New York City program intended to deploy emerging technologies in low-income communities, mirrored his earlier work on an effort to re-envision parts of Flushing Meadows Corona Park i...

A group gathers on a Nashville street corner, some rolling in wheelchairs and others walking. They have arrived holding their smartphones and make friendly chatter while a coordinator helps them log in to an app. Dispersing in...

On the journey to become a smart city, some consider themselves to be far along, while others may feel they lag.

At Smart Cities Week in Washington, DC, representatives from various municipalities, all in different stages of bec...

The internet of things (IoT) has given rise to the smart home and smart office, with automated, internet-controlled devices like thermostats, security systems and connected home speakers. Now, urban areas around the world are i...

Sacramento, Calif., expects to soon be the first city in the nation with commercially available 5G telecommunications networking. City officials see big promise in the emerging technology. “Smart city stuff, IoT, autonomous veh...

Whenever a city wants to install high-speed Internet — be it for economic development, cost-savings for emergency responders or local schools — it must first answer a question: low or high?

If a city puts its fiber cables underg...

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