Not long ago, the District of Columbia was heralded as a leader in micromobility — a catch-all phrase for small, docked or dockless transportation options like bikes and scooters that consumers often rent using their phones. Read more on Medium…
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Smart Cities Dive Getting from point A to point B in Dallas used to be simple enough — you could drive, take public transportation, walk, bike or use a ride-sharing app. But as Dallas gets bigger, getting around is increasingly difficult. Since 2010, Dallas’ population grew by more than 12% and the city’s public transit system isn’t keeping up. Walkable […]
More Americans than ever are concerned about protecting their data. Congress, too, has echoed these concerns. And on hearing these concerns, technology businesses like Apple, Facebook, and Google have incorporated encryption into their products. Although complex in execution, encryption is simple in concept: companies convert information like our passwords into a code that only we can […]
Ask any American about the American Dream and you’re likely to hear about home ownership. And if that American is a Millennial, like me, you’re likely to hear that home ownership remains just that: a dream. But even for those Americans who do own homes, what started as a dream can quickly become a drag. […]
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