(CNN) — From an Africa-shaped mega solar plant powering Kigali, Rwanda, to a massive geothermal plant harvesting the power of Kenya's hot springs, renewable energy plants are popping up around the continent.
The Advanced Wireless Research Initiative follows the FCC's new rules on next-gen connectivity. Following yesterday's FCC vote to adopt new rules to guide the development of 5G technology, the Obama Administration
Memo to the C-suite: Lean into design thinking, building and communication as core to your leadership team. Innovative tech companies know that great technology and marketing will get you partway to success.
There are lots of Sketch plugins and integrations, but keeping track of them can be tedious. Now, you won’t have to — Sketch has an official extensions page. Split into two categories — plugins and integrations
Meet DRU. For a pizza chain, Domino's actually has a pretty rich history of innovation. It's embraced social media, created a one-click Easy Order button and even built a delivery car that has its own
Happy Friday! Here's the technology news you need to know this Friday. 1. Google's parent company, Alphabet, is trying to sell Boston Dynamics, the robotics company it bought in late 2013. Among the potential
Apple CEO Tim Cook. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson Good morning! Here's the technology news you need to know this Friday. 1. Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is meeting investors to save her job while laying off over people.Mayer
Computers have slowly started to encroach on activities we previously believed only the brilliantly sophisticated human brain could handle. IBM’s Deep Blue supercomputer beat Grand Master Garry Kasparov
Finland, that northern European haven of moose, death metal, and milk, has just become the first country to create a set of national emoji. More than 30 Finland-specific emoji will be available to download
Project info The Cold War is over — yet signs of it still exist. For forty years the Iron Curtain divided the countries of Europe into East and West. The arms race was unleashed, nuclear fallout shelters
Interaction design demands continuous personal improvement. It’s a discipline that remains exciting because of the continual stream of new ideas and technical capabilities. But keeping up with all the
Edward Honaker’s series of dreamlike images expose his personal struggle with depression and allow viewers to further understand the sensitive topic that is mental illness. Diagnosed at 19, the young chose
It's not exactly a secret that those glorious space images NASA and other space agencies release go through extensive "Photoshopping," just like magazines and billboard ads. Now, Adobe has explained what
The upcoming Ultra HD Blu-ray has a new method to allow sharing of the movies you buy across your phones and tablets, even allowing you to burn a backup. Will it work? Is it better than Ultraviolet? Here's
It’s a humongous girl, curled in slumber on a roof. Where can a giant go in the city to catch a surreptitious nap? A sprawling rooftop wouldn’t be a bad idea, as demonstrated in this humongous artwork
Cloud security company Okta works with 4,000 of them, helping big companies manage employee passwords for them. By analyzing the data from its 2,500 enterprise customers in 185 countries, it discovered
Full-page app-install adverts will lead to sites no longer being dubbed ‘mobile-friendly’ by Google’s search algorithm Google will begin to downgrade search results for websites that show an interstital
A wall of Chinese money is heading for global real estate as local investors look for alternatives to the country's crashing stock markets. Chinese buyers have already spent billions in the U.S., UK and
By Jared Newman This story on Adobe Flash was supposed to turn out a bit differently. The idea was to talk with some of the biggest websites still using Adobe's browser plugin, which has fallen out of
Reuters reports that a pair of former employees have accused Moscow-based Kaspersky Labs of building malware to trick its competition into flagging and quarantining important, non-viral, files on customers'
We’re already halfway through 2015, and in the last few months we’ve seen many trends come and go. What has not gone, however, is the deliberate movement to get back to the basics without unnecessary The
Italian makeup artist Luca Luce uses the palm of his hand to showcase mind-bending optical illusions. With the help of perspective, clever shadow placement, and a photorealistic style of drawing, he produces
Turning an abandoned New York City trolley station from underground derelict into a verdant park has obvious appeal. Who doesn’t love reclaimed spaces, public fraternity, and promethean wresting of heavenly