Complying with economic sanctions or privacy laws could explain why internet content is off limits in certain countries - but it could also be down to laziness.
Some of the brightest minds in history were notorious procrastinators.
Our minds are powerful tools, but they're also very impressionable.
As Albert Camus wrote; "Fiction is the lie through which we tell the truth".
With the holiday season almost upon us, here are five books from 2018 that Bill Gates recommends giving as gifts.
By 2020, Generation Z (those born between 1997 and now) will make up 40% of consumers, and their approach to finance has never been seen before.
It’s the world’s third-largest economy. It also has the world’s most pronounced population decline. Now, Japan is giving away vacant homes to deal with an excess of housing stock.
Lisa Witter, founder of new ideas-sharing platform Apolitical, explains why technology can only provide half the solution for government initiatives of the future.
Technology is helping farmers to produce bigger harvests while protecting their crops from pests and disease.
Women who join so-called 'stitch n bitch' groups in the US were 25% more likely to turn their hobby into a business, finds a survey of 400,000 knitters and crocheters.
'Teaching' machines to mimic human intelligence could help refugees rebuild their lives and give them crucial digital skills.
Since the 1990s, many towns in New Hampshire have charged $1-2 for their trash bags - the only ones workers will collect.
As a video of refugee children enjoying the snow in Canada goes viral, here’s what you need to know about how well the country - and the world - is resettling people
As awareness of the environmental pressure that humans are exerting on the planet grows, shops that promote sustainable consumption are becoming more popular.
Using technology tools, social media, civic participation and mass demonstration, Africa's young people are on an anti-corruption crusade, writes Shakir Akorede.