It’s World Creativity Day on April 21. To celebrate, here are five facts about being creative and how important it is for the world.
The entire digital universe is expected to reach 44 zettabytes by 2020.
Smart city projects are usually run by politicians, consultants, academics and tech companies. But this neglects the most important people of all.
Remittances are an essential source of income for millions of families around the world, many of whom are on low incomes - but traditional remittance methods can be slow and expensive. He...
Fintech has the potential to disrupt our entire financial system - but is it the next great boost to economic growth, or a risk to global financial stability?
Books too boring? Maybe they need badges and achievements for kids who finish their reading homework.
Entrepreneurship is booming across the Middle East and North Africa. Here's a closer look at some of the start-ups that are helping to several of the region's most pressing challenges.
As the dawn of electrification and the early history of computing show, pioneering technology means little without the right mindset to apply it.
How much would it cost you to visit a museum to see your nation’s cultural history? For millions of people across the world, it would mean buying a plane ticket to a European city on top ...
Extreme weather is responsible for significant increases in energy demand as people attempt to cope with heatwaves or cold.
Helping urban citizens transition to a cashless economy is just one example of how public-private collaborations can help create cities of the future.
A widespread 5G network could have an enormous impact on education across the developing world.
Collecting data is not enough. It’s mining it – making sense of it and transforming it into valuable business intelligence – that’s crucial.
The second largest economy globally has legal innovations the world should hear about. In enhancing access to justice, China is developing a vibrant emerging market for “lawtech” or “lega...
Pressures on traditional retailers from the internet and changes in consumer buying behaviour are compounded in the Middle East by rising costs associated with economic reforms. Here's fi...