In a Face to Face interview with ZDNet Editor in Chief Dan Farber, UNICEF Chief Information Officer Andre Spatz explains how field operations "scale up," integrating themselves into the global framework through a satellite system equipped with a firewall, switches, wireless access and an IT back office that can be up and running in less than four hours.
Facebook gets their hands on the Oculus Rift VR headset for 2.3 billion, a lot of people messed up their text donations during last week's #nomakeupselfie campaign, HTC just announced the HTC One M8, and your tattoo artist may some day get replaced with a Makerbot 3D printer.
Throw in some steamy, sodden clothes and out comes pure water. It tastes great because you worked for it.
A report in The New York Times pulls from Edward Snowden documents to give more details about agency surveillance of foreign officials and businesses, as well as humanitarian organizations.
The new prepaid wireless service provider promises to give up to $50 a year per customer to charities.
Samba is a new network offering free data for your laptop or iPad if you watch adverts from the likes of Samsung, Unicef and Gillette.
The $10 billion market for baby and young children's furnishings (cribs, other case goods, layette, nursery decor, and the like) and accessories (car seats, strollers, baby monitors, diaper bags, etc.) is a lucrative market, and the baby stroller is one o
Better sanitation would go a long way toward reducing illness and death associated with poor sanitation, billionaire's foundation says.
#121212concert, the all-star fundraiser for Superstorm Sandy relief, was jam-packed with social elements.
Search giant's Follow Finder helps expand your Twitter network by suggesting people to follow based on your profile.