Retail giant Sainsbury's doesn't want the creative ideas of their employees going to waste, and invited 161,000 colleagues across their business to submit ideas on how technology can help make the lives of their customers and staff easier.
The organisers of the Comedy Hack Day in Chicago are looking for coders or comedians to help create hilarious projects which puts a smile on people's faces.
Over 36 hours, teams created a range of incredible robots aimed towards solving real-world problems in relation to improving the health of people and the environment.
One team created something pretty clever during Pebble's recent hackathon, called the TimeDock SleepEasy.
#BreakMakeCreate15 was held in Johannesburg over this last weekend and was created to give all creative, technical-minded, and innovative thinkers the chance to tinker, craft, and play.
Held at Google's campus in London, the Aging2 event on August 23rd brought together developers, designers, care-givers, people in the travel business, and seniors to help make lives easier for the elderly when travelling.
Hackfest reported last week the PennApps hackathon over the Labor Day weekend was set to be the biggest yet – and it didn't let us down.
A team of five students who met at 'Hacks 4 Humanity' has developed an application which aims to save lives through monitoring social media network Twitter.
A group of faith-motivated programmers have come together at the 'Code for the Kingdom' hackathon in Seattle with the hope of solving a few societal problems.