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Donating to disasters used to mean writing a check to Oxfam or the Red Cross. These days in the Internet age, for the Ebola crisis, citizens from all over the world are donating their time by going online to build maps for relief workers.
The sheer size of the Chinese market is so alluring to Western companies that even pro-Internet freedom firms like CloudFlare may have to put moral outrage to the side in their pursuit of new business.
School president George Sebolt was challenging his students to knock him and his team of staffers off the bracket in Titanfall videogame tournament.
China has excluded US-based Symantec Corp and Russia's Kaspersky Lab from a list of approved antivirus software vendors, according to a Chinese media report suggesting Beijing is expanding efforts to limit use of foreign technology.
P2i, a technology spin-off from Britain's Ministry of Defence, is looking to raise as much as £10mil (RM54.18mil) from Singapore investors as it readies the launch of its "Dunkable" or waterproof technology for smartphones and tablets.
IBM's Watson supercomputer is putting its real-world smarts to work helping US soldiers transition back to civilian lives.
Exoskeletons helping the paralysed to walk, tiny maggot-inspired devices gnawing at brain tumours, machines working tirelessly as hospital helpers: in many respects, the future of medicine is already here.
For parents who worry about what reprehensible effects those violent video games could have on kids' behaviour, new research says abhorrent acts in the virtual world could actually be pro-social in the real one, encouraging good moral choices.