Public support for it remains strong, according to a Pew Research Center survey conducted earlier this year in 38 countries.
New York City has seen a 40 percent increase to its homeless population, but creative agency Framlab believes their Homed pods could help turn things around.
This South Korean city will limit the need for cars entirely.
Playing it safe is inhibiting innovation and productivity for governments.
Making sure the free market works for more people means more than redistributing wealth or insuring against its worst excesses. The state needs to play full part in shaping what future di...
The question isn’t whether more migration will happen, but whether it will happen on terms that unleash the potential of those young people, or waste it.
EasyPark Group, a startup that tracks city parking data, has come out with its 2017 Smart Cities Index, which explores which cities are the most prepared for the future.
The rise of artificial intelligence threatens to eliminate jobs once considered impossible to automate.
Digital match-making services have are changing the fundamental nature of our social networks.
Solving public problems with private money has a long and illustrious history. But can it handle the global challenges of today?
Bringing financial services to the doorsteps of India's rural poor is expensive – but it could transform both the banking industry and the lives of millions of hardworking people.
New tech program will hide offensive comments - from everyone but the trolls themselves.
South Africa’s list of official languages could be about to get even longer.
The idea is simple: players pledge 1% of their salaries to a collective fund for investment in football-based charities around the world.
A team of Kenyan school girls are travelling to Google's HQ in Calfornia as part of this year's Technovation competition.