There is a consensus that advanced data analytics and AI are crucial to pay-TV providers’ ability to innovate, providing the insights required to identify new opportunities for investment...
Demand-side interventions that address not only affordability but also e-literacy and education are as critical to digital inclusion as supply-side connectivity measures.
The late physicist and cosmologist’s colleagues have released the final chapter of his work on black holes.
Virtual learning app “RosieReality” allows kids to get to grips with understanding and programming robots through augmented reality.
A new app called Shortcuts allows people to prepare their phone to record video and audio in response to a trigger phrase.
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An Ethiopian school teacher created Africa's answer to Sesame Street to spread a love of learning.
Phones are driving vital progress towards the UN's Sustainable Development Goals, by giving people access to basic rights like health, education and the ability to vote.
Social networks have taught us to think in extremes - but we need to be more nuanced when it comes to policing content.
Estonia's e-resident program has resulted in virtual residents growing faster than the Baltic country’s real-life, native-born population.
A small study of 50 people, who don't have social media or own mobile phones, might tell us something about our online lives.
New research looks at the factors that can influence the decision to leave a disaster zone or stay put.
Despite public opinion, young children and teenagers aren't the only people guilty of phone addiction, according to new research.
Digital information could help city planners to design cities to work for many types of people.
Everyone, regardless of how remote they are, should be able to enjoy the advantages of our digital society.