A mobile app in Senegal helps families save money and reduce waste through a “virtual pharmacy” where users can exchange leftover medication for new prescriptions.
Phone makers will seek to seduce new buyers with artificial intelligence functions and other innovations at the world’s biggest mobile fair starting Monday in Spain.
A young Tanzanian entrepreneur is turning the country’s mounting plastic waste into “lumber” to help meet demand for housing in its growing cities, in an effort to reduce depletion of forests.
AirMap, which has rocketed to become the world’s top air traffic management software platform for drones, is raising $26 million in new financing from the venture arms of top tech firms ranging form Microsoft to Airbus.
World-class art, meet sweaty aerobics.
New York City’s cavernous Metropolitan Museum of Art has been holding lively morning workout sessions this winter amid its prized masterpieces.
The daily life and work of Gabrielle Green, a language teacher in the Spanish city of Barcelona, just got that little bit easier – but not all her neighbors would agree.
Australian engineers have created an advanced microscope using a beefed-up “barcode scanner”, which they believe will help doctors better analyse complex medical conditions such as cancer.
Edible drones filled with food, water or medicine could soon become indispensable in humanitarian emergencies by delivering live-saving supplies to remote areas hit by natural disasters or conflict, their designers said on Monday.
Effecting a breakthrough in making insect-inspired robots run faster, Swiss researchers, led by an Indian-origin scientist, have found a new way by which six-legged insects increase their walking speed.
Researchers have identified a genetic ‘switch’ that may help prevent or delay the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.