Verbal is a audio-enabled platform that wants to give Internet access to people who don’t own computers or mobile devices.
BioLite not only cooks food but converts thermal energy into power.
The device is perfect for the developing world and is so popular that the company is already accepting orders for the updated version.
Traditional rickshaws in the Philippines are being replaced by electrical tricycles to cut carbon emission and become more cost-effective for the drivers.
An engineering team at Rice University have adapted a cooking device for areas in development into a tool that can sterilize medical instruments.
O3b is set to bring broadband connectivity to developing areas of the planet.
180 page report on trends at the intersection of health and technology is now available on Amazon for just $25.
The country declares a National Sound Week in an attempt to maintain their cultural heritage.
PSFK speaks with Benedetta Piantella, the designer behind a device that helps health care workers in remote areas provide better care for young children.
PSFK talks with the team for their insights on how the project is helping healthcare workers in neglected areas.
iuMap is a new online hub for international social enterprising organizations.
MIT's NETRA project gives healthcare workers in developing areas a "thermometer for the eye."