300 million Internet users only have spotty access. Google is changing that, bringing free high-speed WiFi to train stations in Mumbai and elsewhere. The payoff for Google and for local companies could be huge.
As deals with the US continue to accelerate, Cuba has signed a deal with Google to enable faster access to content from the US tech giant. Internet service is notoriously limited and slow on the communist island.
Girls living in a slum in India are breaking gender stereotypes by learning how to code and develop mobile applications. It's making some parents reassess whether marriage is a girl's best option, reports Zainab Sultan.
Mobile security and privacy are important - hacks and surveillance are on the rise. But with the two main phone makers, Apple and Samsung, on the slip, where to turn? Well, you could try joining the Silent Circle.
3D printing of artificial limbs, skyping with a doctor 3,000 kilometers away, or simply reconnecting with the family – for refugees, digital services hold solutions for their pressing needs.
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