5 Tech Innovations That Could Change the Developing World
Mashable Tech posted an interesting article today regarding tech innovations that may change/help the developing world. According to the article, there is a movement to bring technology within the grasp of the middle and lower classes of developing countries, many of whom have not had access before now. It will be interesting to see in the coming months and years the positive things that access to technology will do for people—especially the technologies that provide clean energy, clean water and other human necessities. People don’t NEED e-readers, mp3 players, video games and etc. but they do need clean water and breathable air. I’ve posted the intro to the article below… enjoy!
Across the developing world, new technologies are helping to distribute resources for education, connectivity and health far and wide. Innovators are finding ways to make technology cheaper and therefore accessible to millions previously excluded by high costs.
Affordability is often the greatest hurdle to overcome in products from sanitation devices to tablet computers, mobile phones to solar panels…more.