Teenagers are often told they spend too much time on their devices. But that’s not necessarily a bad thing. As digital natives they could use their skills to found start-ups – but often find obstacles placed in their way
Wall, fences and checkpoints have become a way of life in the West Bank. But now innovative startups are overcoming borders and connecting people throughout the area with the help of digitization.
Drones in training, video analysis at the click of a button and virtual security checks at the turnstiles. This season, the Bundesliga is going high tech in more ways than one.
Apps that alert friends and report crime to authorities are increasingly popular in one of the world's most dangerous regions for women. However, the digital divide means fewer options for those without smartphones.
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