Now a quick game of footie can mean more than just a little exercise--it can mean you’re also building a school.
Instead of slowly building a home over the course of years, a new program offers a chance for a new house in just a few days.
The evolution of social innovation in schools has helped us start to shift from a model based on the little red school house to a system more in tune with the needs of modern students and the demands of a modern economy.
Instead of building first and asking questions later, one Seattle project is crowdsourcing ideas about what should go in their new space.
The slums of the developing world are filling up with our e-waste, as intrepid recyclers try to find the valuable metals within. A new invention helps them strip down the old computers more quickly and safely, all with the tech of a simple bike.
Seven out of 10 kids in tablet-using homes use the tablet themselves. The author of a new book argues parents are paying attention to the wrong criteria to decide what’s good and bad in kids’ media.
There is now more data than we possibly know what to do with, but these organizations are using it to help keep people more informed and connected.
Will its growth and influence continue, or will some outside force check its progress? Futurists weigh in on the possible paths for the heart of the technology industry.