February 26, 2020

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Smart City Technology Revenue to Triple

Global smart city technology revenue will grow from $8.8 billion annually in 2014 to $27.5 billion in 2023. EL.

Better Together: Collaborating to Close the E-Skills Gap in Europe

When it comes to technology, the question remains: how can education remain relevant in this rapidly changing environment?

Sean Parker Acquires Causes.Com; Preaches Tech Activism

Facebook billionaire and Napster founder ponies up for good. NBC.

Reimagining the Power of One Billion Dollars

What would you do with a billion bucks to help the world's poor? Jim Fruchterman has some ideas on Talkback.

Living Progress: HP Joins CSRwire & TriplePundit on Twitter to Discuss Integration of Business Strategy and Citizenship

What does HP's new Living Progress framework involve? CSRwire and TriplePundit chat with HP's Chris Librie. Excerpts.

Embedded Carbon: EICC and MIT Launch New Methodology to Evaluate IT Products

What if product carbon footprint info was more accurate & could empower consumers to make smart choices? EICC & MIT partner up.

Startup's Desalination Tech Could Supply the World with 97% More Water

Kentucky-based startup Okeanos has developed a next-generation, efficient desalination technology to address water shortages.

Apple, Facebook Data Centers Win Praise from Greenpeace

Apple, Facebook and Google are for working to green the Internet. Yet Twitter and Amazon are failing. GreenBiz.

Tracking the Data: What Not To Do in the RFP Process

Eight tips for getting the best software for volunteer and giving programs. Seth Thompson guides your way on Talkback.

Phonebloks Using Open Innovation to Develop the Best Phone in the World

Building a sturdy and sustainably made phone isn’t a new idea, but David Hakkens, who founded Phonebloks in 2013, is looking at phone...



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