Within hours of the disaster, software engineers were rolling out applications to help locate people in need and distribute aid.
Online activists Gen-Z for Change targeted Starbucks and Kroger for anti-union firings. Now they plan to take aim at Amazon.
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With so many extensive online selling and donation resources, there's no need to get bogged down.
Apps like Tinder, Google Maps, and Telegram give activists a way to share what's really going on in Ukraine—for now.
By adding unwanted wool to the manufacturing chain, this forward-thinking New Zealand firm hopes to save farmers and the planet.
Just seeing a map of charging stations in rural areas can help alleviate “range anxiety”—and help get more EVs on the streets.
The International Astronomical Union launched a new organization tasked with limiting reflected light and radio interference from big satellite networks.
You’ve seen them a million times. You might be wearing one right now. But do you know how they work to block a potentially virus-carrying respiratory blob?
Changes small and large—parklets, outdoor restaurants, bike lanes—could remake our relationship to cities (and help fix climate change)
A new trend in patient-centered design focuses on making environments more comfortable and less scary.