Among 50 percent of patients who die in Congo, 80 percent die at night, because there's not enough adequate light to perform treatment or not enough light at all to offer any treatment. Those terrifying statistics call out a need for the use of some kind of energy source that will be able to power medical institutions.
Dr. Laura Stachel and her nonprofit We Care Solar's idea might seem simple but it's use will be more than welcome and practical. They created a solar kit in a suitcase so medical facilities in Africa, Asia and South America will access to light.
The Verge invited Bill Gates to talk about some of the predictions he has on technology and how it will dramatic change our lives in the next 15 years. They picked a couple of interesting topics to talk about. Check out the video below: Read more
If Elon Musk's idea becomes a reality, travel is going to get really interesting and very fast. His Hyperloop idea was taken on by Hyperloop Transportation Technologies, a crowdfunded company that is gearing up to launch a test track as soon as next year. Read more
What color is this dress? This image is going around the Internet right now and some people are seeing white and gold, or black and blue. So which is it? According to Photoshop's eyedropper tool, it's both! Read more