Sovetsky, a historic neighborhood in Baku, Azerbaijan, has been demolished as the city restyles itself as a shiny metropolis similar to Dubai.
The insurgents use apps such as Telegram, Viber, and WhatsApp, to solicit donations, backed by an old value transfer system.
Job opportunities are drying up in towns without broadband. Chattanooga, Tennessee turned around its fortunes by building the fastest internet in the United States.
The Ark Encounter theme park in Williamstown, Kentucky has a life-size Noah’s Ark to celebrate creationism.
After 29 years in business, Tekserve's old employees and most loyal customers said goodbye with an old-fashioned auction.
Short answer: It was to prove a point that wireless emergency alerts could be way better—and save more lives.
At Def Con 24, I saw the future of the internet, and it's increasingly centralized.
Who are the people driving Tesla's energy revolution? We went to the Gigafactory's opening party to find out.
The air is electric in Rio right now, and not just because of the surveillance cameras scattered all around the city.
My adventure making Picnic: an app that orders random delivery food to a random location, and then orders you an Uber to take you there.