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From mobile food sharing to 3D-printed splints, London has been named the best European city for developing technology to solve environmental and social problems.
The wine was flowing as a group of Seattle’s business elite gathered at Bar Cotto, an Italian restaurant in the city’s trendy Capitol Hill neighbourhood, where the menu features an expansive selection of salumi and pizzas topped with truffle oil or Calabrian chili. The topic up for discussion: how to solve the region’s intractable homelessness crisis.
London's booming technology sector could be making even faster progress if the gridlock over Brexit wasn't depriving thousands of start-ups and big tech companies of the certainty they need over policy, London mayor Sadiq Khan said on June 10.
Ride-sharing was supposed to cut traffic congestion and supplement public transit. But has it worked?
Ride-share companies like Uber and Lyft promised they would supplement public transit and help ease traffic congestion.
Shenzhen caught in crossfire of tech war as country’s most advanced technologies, from AI to drones and robotics, being developed in the area.
Paris authorities have warned operators of the thousands of electric scooters that have inundated the city to keep them off pavements or face a temporary ban amid rising complaints from pedestrians.
Anti-knife crime protesters smeared themselves with fake blood outside YouTube’s London offices in protest at the Google company’s alleged promotion of graphic content.
France will ban electric scooters from pavements in September, the transport minister said, in a backlash against a surge of the commuter gizmos invading pedestrian areas.
From the 12th floor of Jenoptik's headquarters, chief executive Stefan Traeger points to his laser factory and the university that provides it with talent. Welcome to "Optics Valley" – a role model for Germany's East in a big year for the region.
Minneapolis is at the leading edge of cellphone technology for the first time. Barely. But it is.