300 days of sunlight a year: a look at Jordan’s solar sector
Jordan’s latest solar energy deal with a UAE company marks the largest power plant to be built on Jordanian soil.
In the blink of an eye: how biometric tech is reforming aid work in Jordan
Eyes, ears, fingers and possibly body odors are becoming as important as hearts and lungs for the existence of many humans.
The journey towards MENA’s future jobs: a train wreck or a gentle stroll?
The battle between old and new is fierce. Ride hailing apps versus yellow cabs, telcos versus VoIPs. But the future is fiercer.
Off-the-grid communication reassures loved ones during war [Q&A]
The food chain of mobile: how VoIPs are devouring telcos
Insect-based technologies: How buzzing is lending a hand
Globally, 87 of the leading 115 food crops depend on animal pollinators
Can democracy stand a better chance with civic tech?
Who said travel tycoons don’t need startups?