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Help Puerto Rico Recover by Mapping Damaged Areas

Atlas Obscura

Helping out with this effort is easy. You just need to sign up for an OpenStreetMaps account, spend five to ten minutes learning to use the simple tools, and follow a set of simple instructions.

Asteroid 2012 TC4 Is Going to Fly by Earth on October 12. Here’s How to See It


An asteroid that’s somewhere between 30 and 100 feet long is hurdling through space in the direction of Earth at 30,000 miles per hour — but don’t worry. We’re not in any danger.

Device from L1BRE Modernizes Mexico City’s Taxis

Mexico News Daily

Old-fashioned taxi service suffered when the market erupted with mobile-based ride hailing services such as Uber and Cabify, but a Mexican technology company is offering a solution intended to make taxi passengers and drivers feel safer.

Too Few Women in Science: Why Academies Are Part of the Problem

The Conversation

A common message emerged from recent research: with one or two notable exceptions, women are massively underrepresented in national science academies compared to their male peers.

Snapchat Is a Perfect Tool for Understanding Tragedy


Earlier this year, Snapchat introduced a feature called Snap Maps. It has become a surprisingly effective window into real-time news events in part because Snap also committed to placing news and events so prominently on its platform.

Exasperated Puerto Ricans Desperate for Cellphone Service Turn to Mexican Carrier


Puerto Ricans exasperated by the patchy U.S. relief response to their hurricane-blasted island are turning to a Mexican billionaire’s mobile phone network they say has been faster to restore service.

Do You Have What It Takes to Live on the Red Planet?

Sunday Times

Mankind is closer to exploring Mars than ever before, so it’s time to ask: Do you have what it takes to be among the first humans to live on the fourth rock from the sun?

New Smartphone App Helps Mexico, Central America Migrants Access Food, Shelter

Agence France-Presse

A smartphone app designed to help migrants safely move through countries is being tested in Central America and Mexico this week, ahead of a wider roll-out elsewhere in the world.

Tech Companies Look to Mexico, Bootcamps Follow


Tech hubs in Mexican cities are young but growing. In Guadalajara alone, at least $120 million has been invested into more than 300 startups, mostly from U.S. investors.

Watch World’s First Flight of Automated Flying Taxi Soaring Over Dubai

New Atlas

New footage has shown the maiden voyage of what inventors hope will be the world’s first unmanned aerial taxi service over the futuristic skyline of the Emirate city of Dubai.

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