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Water, water on a billboard

An advertising agency has come up with a unique idea that turns the billboard into a water capture and purification device in Lima, Peru.


Google boils down water data for new UN environment site

Vast quantities of raw satellite imagery and data will be distilled into an online platform showing how water ecosystems have changed, and how countries can manage them to prevent further loss, said Google and the United Nations.


Water-resistant AirPods could be yours by the end of the year

The next generation of AirPods, slated for release by the end of 2019, should finally be water resistant, according to the site MacRumors, which cites Wedbush Securities analyst Daniel Ives's predictions.


Silicon Valley wants to solve our water problems

Gary Kremen – the founder of and serial investor – is into water. The entrepreneur started investing in water tech startups a few years ago. Today he’s an elected member of Silicon Valley’s water district, an agency that manages water and flood control for 2 million people.


Farm technology helps clean up Nairobi's drinking water

Samuel Kinuthia knows how to make the most of technology. Using a technique called basin terracing, he has boosted his income at his farm in Murang'a county, and helped provide Kenyans as far away as Nairobi with better access to clean drinking water.


Desert nomads marvel at water purifying device

A wooden box might be the solution to the perennial water woes that nomads across the Sahara desert face daily.


Half a millilitre of water needed per Google search

THE IEEE Interactive map shows the relationship between energy and water, and the report reveals the amount needed for a Google search.


Stay updated about water disruptions with the Air Selangor app

Over four million consumers will be affected by a scheduled 86-hour water cut in Klang Valley starting April 24. Here's how to stay updated.


Syrians discover new use for mobile phones – finding water

Struggling with frequent water cuts, residents of Syria's battered city of Aleppo have a new way to find the water needed for their daily lives – an interactive map on mobile phones.


US scientists track fish migration using DNA in water samples

A simple analysis of fish DNA in water drawn from two New York rivers successfully tracked the presence or absence of numerous species during a spring marine migration, according to new research.