New research looks at the factors that can influence the decision to leave a disaster zone or stay put.
Digital information could help city planners to design cities to work for many types of people.
Despite public opinion, young children and teenagers aren't the only people guilty of phone addiction, according to new research.
Everyone, regardless of how remote they are, should be able to enjoy the advantages of our digital society.
With disinformation now taking direct aim at scientific knowledge, the science community must take centre-stage in defending its values.
Goats, googols and a few other fun facts from back when Google was just 10 discs housed in a Lego cabinet.
New data shows the apps that we spend the most time on.
eSports have become increasingly popular in North America - and around the world - in recent years.
Pew Research Center unveils its latest findings on the current state of news media in the US.
A Pew survey found more people used 'angry' emoticons than 'love' when reacting to political stories.
We need better data to gauge how well countries are really doing at making progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals.
Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD) is allowing developers in Africa to develop far more sophisticated offerings than previously thought possible.
From the Algerian telecoms explosion to Emirati start-ups, Arab countries are closing the gap on bigger economies.
5G looks set to have a major impact on every aspect of our digital lives.
New research shows that people are more willing to pay attention to useless financial information than useful information.