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Tag: Mobile Technology

 

Innovative ways to use cell phones and other mobile devices for social good

 

Nonprofit Management

Nonprofit Lessons from a Government Tech Debacle

What can organizations learn from the Affordable Care roll out?

By Joe Magee | 1 | Feb. 25, 2014
 

Urban Development

A Smarter Way to Park

In San Francisco, planners are using variable pricing to reduce the congestion, pollution, and aggravation that come with big-city traffic.
By Meredith May | Feb. 19, 2014
 

Health

Evaluating High-tech Health Approaches in Low-income Countries

Promising technologies for maternal and child health, TB, and malaria abound, but we need to determine what really works.

 

Technology & Design

The “How” and “Who” of Emerging Market Tech Uptake

The dynamics of technology are changing rapidly in emerging markets, but leaders don’t necessarily agree on all the details.

 
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Technology & Design

The Call of Violence

In parts of the world, expanding cell-phone coverage brings with it an increase in violent activity.
By Jessica Ruvinsky | 2 | Nov. 20, 2013
 
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Technology & Design

SMART CITIES: Big Data, Civic Hackers, and the Quest for a New Utopia

SMART CITIES explores how the combination of city growth and new technology can bring opportunities for the future.
By Anthony M. Townsend | Oct. 18, 2013
 

LaborVoices: Last-Mile Supply Chain Visibility

Featuring Dr. Kohl Gill | Oct. 10, 2013
 

Nonprofit Management

Making the Most of Mobile

Nonprofit donors and advocates are spending more time online than watching TV—it's time to get their attention.

By John Kenyon | Sep. 27, 2013
 

Socially Responsible Business

Coffee with Cream and Charity?

It’s getting easier for consumers to donate to charity, but do they even want to?

By Shawn Basak | 2 | Sep. 24, 2013
 

Health

Saving Lives and Money

A seven-point approach to unleashing the forces of innovation and impact.

By Eric G. Bing & Marc J. Epstein | 1 | Sep. 23, 2013