The Walkonomics app will help you find more scenic walking routes along tree-lined streets (and avoid the dreary ones)
With the New Year upon us, we ask New York City's Chief Digital Officer what she thinks will dominate in 2013.
Salvatore Iaconesi, a data artist and TED fellow, has converted his records into open formats and invited doctors, designers, and hackers to send him their cure.
NYC's Rachel Sterne says that entrepreneurs are going to be able to improve people's lives and society.
FutureEverything Festival provides an example of how inspirational congregations can become hubs for ongoing innovation once the right infrastructure is enabled.
As open data gathers pace we can look to artistic explorations for indications of the trends which may emerge.
Open Data, Emotional computing, the digital self and the integration of digital technology within our cities are all topics on the agenda for the FutureEverything Festival
Eyebeam's new challenge suggests new avenues for designing engaging visualizations.
Croix Gagnon and Frank Schott's beautiful 12:31 photo series questions posthumous data rights for executed prisoner Joseph Paul Jermigan.
Mobile Pie have combined game mechanics and open data into a social gaming platform which encourages engagement with real world information.
Recently published information affords map enhancement which illuminates under-appreciated obstacles like cobblestones and hills.