While the combination of metals in a smartphone may vary, most smartphones can carry roughly 80% of the stable elements that are on the periodic table.
The COVID-19 pandemic has spurred governments in Latin America to try and address the digital divide, with initiatives that include lowering internet prices.
A new PwC report looks at the growth of global smartphone data consumption and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
As Latin America and the Caribbean emerge from the pandemic, the region's governments must address uneven and costly digital access for an inclusive and resilient recovery.
Activists and journalists from marginalized populations are often censored on social media due to algorithm bias. Three tech design principles can help.
Nearly half the population in Central Asia is not digitally connected, and many of the unconnected live in rural and remote areas, writes a World Bank expert.
COVID-19 has highlighted the stark digital divide, with a large number of people lacking digital services at home or in their community.
Grassroots groups have helped poorer women without internet access get the support they need as COVID-19 exposes a gender-based digital divide across India.
Through initiatives like the EDISON Alliance, the private sector is increasing the affordability and access to broadband, devices and digital literacy.
As digital natives, Gen Z employees are responsive learners, given the right learning tools. We explore how organizations can redesign their training.
The World Development Report 2021, Data for Better Lives seeks to highlight and address inequalities with regards to data connectivity.
The WikiAfrica programme translates online content into nearly 20 African languages, including Twi, Swahili, Afrikaans and Dagbani.
The tech industry is disruptive by nature – businesses must evolve to survive. So what's enabled some companies to weather digital disruption and thrive?
COVID-19 school closures in Africa have widened existing educational inequalities. Digital technology could help with the right public-private investment.
A new protocol that allows service providers to choose which route their data takes could help reduce the internet's rising emissions of greenhouse gas.