Amsterdam wants its next data projects to be driven by citizens.
An online platform connects cities to a global network of suppliers and ideas.
U.S. carmakers are leading the development of vehicle communications technology, and it could be a boon to city planners.
Technology can make cities increasingly machine-like or more social and creative, says author Anthony Townsend. Both models can work.
Coupled computer models will help officials know what to do as intense storms approach.
An African mega-city bets on technology and its native entrepreneurs to meet the many challenges of its population boom.
China has put political muscle and technology into Tianjin Eco-City.
Twenty years after it first surfaced, data-driven police work is getting more pervasive but remains controversial.
Open mapping tools help Jakarta plan for floods.
A big investment in data-driven city management starts to pay off.