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Tech For Good Ten | 14.12.2015
In a bid to attract younger donors, users of the dating app will be given the choice to sign up to the donor register
Instant hotspots, mobile tech and crisis apps all prove essential in regaining communication following earthquakes and war conflict situations
Google, IBM and Apple among the companies backing non-profit OpenAI aimed at advancing digital intelligence
Mark Gunton, CEO of the Clinton Foundation, aims to rebuild what he views as a broken formal economy in line with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals
The sports brand showcased their recent footwear prototype concept: the 3D-printed Ocean Plastic shoe
A reusable and eco-friendly paper that can be given from one recipient to the next, whatever time of the year for the next decade
Designer Johan Karlsson’s ideas in partnership with The IKEA Foundation are helping build easy-to-assemble refugee shelters that last for months at a time
While the new climate accord aims to accelerate the shift toward clean energy, how quickly can it happen?
Masdar City close to Abu Dhabi planned as the world’s first clean technology city
Kurbo is the first mobile platform aimed at aiding children and teenagers to eat healthier and lose extra pounds
"What was once unthinkable has now become unstoppable." - Ban Ki Moon, following the Paris Climate Summit.