The international aid agency took empathy one step further by hypnotizing people to help them understand the horrors of the war in Syria
A new program called FreeCom allows online communication to work offline
The White Helmets film uses VR to immerse viewers in the everyday conditions of the war-torn country
The in-store campaign sheds light on the difficult living conditions in war-torn Damascus
How the militant group uses gaming and film tactics in their quest to appeal and appall
For 8 million refugee children, not all stories bear fairy godmothers
Syrian artist Tammam Azzam combines photos of his devastated homeland and great works of Western art to highlight the destruction.
This approach has already helped map some 14,000 settlement sites spanning over eight millennia in 23,000 square kilometers of Northeast Syria
What happens when the malicious organizations use social data? Get more good guys using social data against them.
Protests who came together against a transit police officer killing a homeless man in San Francisco used mobile technology and social networks, which are reminiscent of the Arab Spring uprisings.
Syrian blogger and activist Diyya al-Naiiar was filming a protest in Hom and zoomed in on a sniper, which ended up shooting him in the head. The shocking and disturbing footage has been circulating on YouTube.