From growing Vegas to chopping down the Amazon, these Google photos of the last three decades of the Earth from space let you see both human ingenuity and our destructive power.
These autocrats from around the world show you what they think about freedom of the press--not much.
It’s going to take some time for the consequences of the warming climate to catch up with us. But when they do, it could get ugly fast.
Surf’s down. Changes in ocean currents and beach shape is going to take a toll on waves around the world.
With Bribe-Hackers, they hope to change the culture around interacting with government officials through education and exposure.
Not only are immigrants huge drivers of small businesses, but they tend to bring about good changes in their home countries--both economically and politically. What could we do if we made it easier for them to come here?
This amazing device can unspool three miles of hose from a helicopter in a matter of minutes, to easily get water to places far away from any source.
Contrasting the amount of people eaten by sharks annually with the number of sharks killed by humans in a single day puts the deadly ocean predator’s plight in a different context. It’s more sharks than you can possibly prepare yourself for.
The T.Jacket lets you increase the pressure around your kid from anywhere, giving you a remote, but physical connection--and helping calm them down.
A new wave of apps and devices make it possible to check most of your vitals with just what you carry around in your pocket all day.