'The Daily Show' library of Trump’s tweets opens in Chicago tomorrow
It’s only there for one weekend, though.
'Timberscrapers' could soon dominate urban skylines
A novel kind of plywood is poised to revolutionize the construction industry.
Chicago police see less violent crime after using predictive code
The data suggests technology really does help.
'Pokémon Go Fest' issues refunds after tech problems ruin event
Overloaded cell networks, servers crashed the game's first real-life event.
Facebook seeks to foster community with more group admin tools
One-step member approvals and removals are en route.
Police make first arrest in Facebook Live sexual assault case
The victim has also been subject to online bullying.
Report slams Chicago's data-driven crime prevention tool
Its ‘hot list’ of high-risk suspects isn’t lowering homicide numbers.
Comcast begins gigabit internet trial in Chicago
The speedy new service is more expensive than it is in other cities.
Can big data and AI fix our criminal-justice crisis?
Body cameras and complex algorithms have a lot of potential -- and political baggage.