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Commuters may soon have another way to pay for their tickets, as debit card readers have been spotted at several LRT stations.
Living in a city where digital innovation and technology are used to drive sustainability and liveability is a dream for many people.
As Rappi has grown in Latin America, particularly in its home country of Colombia, so too has a shadow market for the all-purpose delivery firm's worker profiles.
German aviation startup Volocopter has teamed up with logistics group DB Schenker to deploy its heavy-lift drones, in a project that will gather vital practical flying experience before its air taxis enter service.
If not for the incident that went viral involving Universiti Malaysia Sabah student Veveonah Mosibin, who was forced to climb a tree to get an Internet connection to sit for an online examination, most people would have remained blissfully unaware that not all Malaysians enjoy high-speed Internet access.
Singapore, Helsinki and Zurich are the world’s smartest cities, according to an index published on Sept 17 amid a growing debate on the future of urban design for a post-Covid era.
General Motors Co is exploring options in the aerial taxi market, including whether to build the vehicles known colloquially as "flying cars", as part of a push by the US automaker to look for growth in related transportation markets.
As future-of-work discussions shift from theoretical to practical, one much-maligned company that could be a solution to a world of hybrid work is WeWork.
Scientists believe they have found a way for city dwellers to let in fresh air while reducing the urban cacophony – and it is a bit like popping massive, noise-cancelling headphones onto your flat.
Just 70 kilometres of electric range and a measly top speed of 45 km/h: Tesla drivers will laugh, but manufacturers think many buyers have realised you don't need much more for daily driving in the city. Ultra-compact cars are making electric mobility cheaper than ever.