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Dallas smart cities incubator announces first cohort

Dallas smart cities incubator announces first cohort

Innov8te is also establishing Startup City Hall, which will provide senior leaders at the city a dedicated office in which to discuss ideas and solutions with the chosen companies.

New York considers fines for staring at your phone while crossing the road

New York considers fines for staring at your phone while crossing the road

A lawmaker in the New York State Senate has proposed legislation to prohibit pedestrians from using portable electronic devices while crossing a roadway, except in emergencies.

City councils and operators lock legal horns over 5G infrastructure

City councils and operators lock legal horns over 5G infrastructure

A growing number of disputes about the installation of 5G equipment risk delaying 5G’s roll-out in the UK, a new report has claimed.

Canada announces its Smart Cities Challenge winners

Canada announces its Smart Cities Challenge winners

Four cities have been chosen from 20 finalists, which spent the last year working with residents and partners to turn their smart ideas into practical plans.

Former Kansas City CIO launches smart city consultancy

Former Kansas City CIO launches smart city consultancy

B2 Civic Solutions claims to have developed a replicable model for identifying, planning and resourcing smart solutions for communities of all sizes.

San Francisco says no to cashless society

San Francisco says no to cashless society

San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors has passed an ordinance banning shops from preventing customers paying in cash, reflecting a broader push to retain cash payment options.