PSFK Labs explores how the real-time flow of information is helping improve the way our cities operate.
The ChargePoint Network app improves electric car mobility by helping drivers connect to the resources they require.
PSFK talks to Brett Martin about how mobile technology platforms are using location to connect people in new and interesting ways.
Location-driven mobile technology platforms make it easier for anyone to find and tap into services and information.
The ParkMe application helps drivers find real-time parking availability by highlighting the most likely spots on a block-by-block basis.
A crowdsourcing website asks non-car users to identify areas in need of repair or improvement in Beijing.
PSFK chats with Rachel Hoat, Chief Digital Officer for the city of New York, about how hyperlocal reporting is positively impacting urban development.
Waze app that offers real-time maps and traffic info sourced directly from its community of drivers.
Crowdsourced reporting platforms are changing the top-down nature of how news is gathered and disseminated.