Archives for Technology
Today SAP releases GoTwo, a cloud-based carpooling application that promises to make ridesharing easier for corporate and municipal employees.
This week I am in Johannesburg and Cape Town, South Africa, as a guest of SAP, to witness innovation in South Africa.
Brazil’s leading female recording artist, Daniel Mercury, has come out via Instagram: she posted a picture of her and her partner, Malu Verçosa.
In my Guardian Sustainable Business article, I outline how SK Telecom is leveraging smart learning robots to assist special education teachers in Korea.
The business case for investing in sustainable technologies has become more water tight due to the rising cost of energy and natural resource.
One organization that has emerged as a hero in the fight against tuberculosis in India is Operation ASHA, with the assistance of Microsoft Research.
If there is one NGO that makes miracles of lemonade out of lemons, it would be the Niramaya Health Foundation in Mumbai, India.
A program backed by CRS and the U.S. State Department helps health care workers deliver critical prenatal services with the help of a mobile telephone.
This picture of a guide jabbering away on his cell phone during a horseback trip in Argentina’s Andes Mountains is one of my favorites.
The World Resources Institute released the Aqueduct Water Risk Atlas, an online tool offering users a way to create customizable maps of water risk.
HP issued new guidelines to its suppliers conducting operations in China that according to the company are the first for the information technology sector.
Azuri Technologies is an incredible social enterprise that brings affordable electricity via solar (Indigo) to low-income households in emerging countries.