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3D-Printed Bionic Hands for Kids Going to Trials


While some governments continue to make discussions around healthcare feel like actual medical procedures, innovators have been busy creating literal life-changing technology.

This Tech Company Is Making Donating Leftovers as Easy as Throwing Them Away

Fusion TV

Extreme food waste in the presence of extreme hunger is one of the most disturbing, yet solvable, paradoxes of our time.

Two Immigrant Entrepreneurs Create Virtual Reunions

PRI’s The World

The Family Reunions Project is exploring how virtual reality technology will challenge physical borders and reunite undocumented immigrants to their families, hometowns, and home cultures.

Planet 10? Scientists May Have Discovered a Hidden Planet in Our Solar System


Our solar system got a little bit smaller in 2006, when Pluto lost its designation as a planet. Now, it turns out our planetary count may be even higher than previously thought.

Mexico App-Economy Creates Thousands of New Jobs

CGTN America

With the introduction of the I-Phone in 2007 the ‘App Economy’ is a decade old, and Mexico presents itself as an appealing off shoring destination for U.S. companies looking to expand low cost app development within the region.

$120 Million Fine for 96-Million Robocall Spree Touting Fake Travel Deals


The FCC is taking major, unprecedented action against what appears to be the most egregious neighbor-spoofing robocalling scheme ever seen.

On the Border, a Case for Technology Over Concrete

The New York Times

Despite President Trump’s calls for a massive wall to secure the border, the fight against illegal immigration and drug trafficking on the United States-Mexico border has increasingly become high tech.

Eco Wave Power to Start Construction of Its First Wave-Power Project in Mexico

Renewable Energy Magazine

Eco Wave Power Mexico, a subsidiary of Eco Wave Power, has begun construction of its first wave energy project in Mexico, to be located in Manzanillo Port.

Electronic Devices Help Nonverbal Kids Find Voices

Mexico Ledger

Selah grabs a bright pink iPad programmed with more than 3,000 words and matching pictures. Selah taps an icon for drink, taps another for water. Symbols for drinking water appear on the screen and a girl’s version of Siri’s voice says “drink water.“ Selah is 6 years old and learning to talk.

Student Makes Video Game That Simulates Illegally Crossing the US-Mexico Border


Gonzalez Alvarez is a college student. His parents are Mexican. He made a video game that simulates crossing the Texas-Mexico border after his parents told them tales about the migration

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