Archives for Technology
This week, the Obama administration announced a smart cities initiative that promises $160 million to help cities find new solutions to timeless problems.
Boyan Slat, a 20-year-old Dutch national, believes he has invented a system that can help confront the growing crisis of plastic trash in the oceans.
#YesWeCode, led by Van Jones, advocates for STEM inclusion and wider access to computer science education for minority students across the country.
Your poop could actually turn into gold, according to scientists exploring the feasibility of extracting metals from solid waste.
SAP's latest integrated report tracks its longstanding initiatives on sustainability, social programs and financial performance.
Google has proposed a new campus and is offering Mountain View US$200 million in infrastructure and public benefits. But some locals are dubious.
One 12-year-old girl, writing in an op-ed, shows how bias against women in the tech sector is even showing up in gaming apps available in Apple’s App Store.
In Burma, one telecommunications company, Ooredoo, has partnered with various organizations to empower women by expanding access to mobile phones.
Famed yacht designer Christian Grande of Italy has proposed AbiFloat, which combines modular building and luxury in a floating village setting.
Business and Human Rights Resource Center released an interactive platform that sheds light on the effects companies and governments have on human rights.
Domtar has upgraded The Paper Trail, a Web-based interactive tool that tracks products coming out of the paper manufacturer's 13 mills in North America.
MeterHero, a Web-based utility monitoring tool, is looking to encourage people to conserve water and energy through cash rebates.