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February 17, 2017, No comments

Smartphones are not just changing our lives; they are saving lives. In the developing world, cervical cancer is a leading cause of death in women, where over 270,000 lose their […]

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Clean Tech Strikes Again, With More Realism in the DNA

February 3, 2017, No comments

Scientist James Lovelock, proponent of the Gaia hypothesis, always says that in order to spare the planet of the worst effects of climate change, we n ...

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Technology is Changing the Way Companies Engage with Employees

January 26, 2017, No comments

Barely a decade ago, technology in the workplace would typically imply the introduction of new hardware and gadgets for the employees that might help ...

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BuffaloGrid Brings Light to the World

January 17, 2017, No comments

As those of us who celebrated Christmas this year flicked on on our festive lights, there were 1.4 billion people globally without access to power, wi ...

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    App Helps Refugees Find Essential Supplies
    January 6, 2017, No comments

    Hundreds of thousands of refugees currently face the challenge of finding basic necessities such as food, shelter and medical care. Humanitarian organizations struggle to deliver up-to-date information to refugees and [...]

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    Diversity Awards Recognize Women in Tech
    November 18, 2016, No comments

    “Women in the technology industry face many unique challenges that are often beyond their control,” says Dennis Kennedy, founder and chairman of the National Diversity Council. This statement could not [...]

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    Solar Nanogrid Kicks Off in Africa
    October 28, 2016, No comments

    Villagers in Lemolo B and Echareria in Nakuru County, Kenya recently became the launch pad of a new type of electricity distribution model ​that could benefit hundreds of thousands of [...]