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Alan Reiter, President, Wireless Internet & Mobile Computing
2/24/2014
The United States kicked off 2014 with two school shootings in January. Should city schools implement high tech to help prevent these tragedies?
Nicole Ferraro, Editor in Chief, Future Cities
2/19/2014
This week, Mayor Bill de Blasio released New York's "Vision Zero" plan to eliminate traffic fatalities -- and it bears lessons and advice for cities everywhere.
Nicole Ferraro, Editor in Chief, Future Cities
2/14/2014
Another week, another snowstorm, and another batch of mayors trying to dig themselves free. Let us begin.
Mary Jander, Managing Editor, Future Cities
2/11/2014
Recent high-profile data breaches prove that without adequate security, smart buildings could be a dumb idea.
Mary Jander, Managing Editor, Future Cities
2/6/2014
We could've had Salzburg. But no, the Winter Olympics opens tomorrow in what's proving to be a highly questionable venue.
Nicole Ferraro, Editor in Chief, Future Cities
2/4/2014
Here's a question I've been tossing around in my mind: Is punishing jaywalkers the right way to stave off pedestrian deaths in cities?
Alan Reiter, President, Wireless Internet & Mobile Computing
2/3/2014
Schools are using biometrics to enhance their efficiency and control students. But some students, parents, and privacy groups are crying foul. Get ready for continuing controversy ...
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