"Huge numbers of people want to do good things," says the Wikipedia co-founder as he brings company to the US.
The British company is making learning to code as affordable as a skinny latte.
Marty McFly made them cool and Justin Bieber has even ridden one, but a politician in Australia has played the "Christmas Grinch" warning against buying hoverboards, which are banned on local roads.
Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales describes the European ruling as "wide-sweeping censorship" that "doesn't make sense."
From a GPS-chipped ball to sensor-packed gumshields and shirts, check out these near-future sporting innovations.
"Doctor Who" is headed to Clara Oswald's Coal Hill School with a new BBC show aimed at teens. The series promises to have "action, heart and adrenaline," but watch out for Cybermen bullies.
For a few weeks, police in New South Wales will get to drive around in style to help raise awareness for the Police Legacy charity.
Australian company Forcite Helmet Systems have launched a Kickstarter for its smart helmet, Forcite Alpine, geared for snow sports and expected to be shipped out next January.
The ride-sharing service has been banned in Rio de Janeiro while proposed regulations in London could curtail its operations in the UK.
It can't sit still as Chinese competitor Didi Kuaidi makes bold moves. One way for Uber to get drivers' attention: Pay them big bonuses.