The hacker group Telecomix vows to expose those who censor or surveil the Internet, U.S. tech firms included.
Amolo Ng’weno was the Harvard-educated pioneer of the internet in East Africa. She sold out when times get tough, but now she is trying to make...
Why would a shrewd, hard-headed businessman want to throw millions into an industry where a profit comes but once in a blue moon?
COP17 could see a slice of a $100 billion UN climate change fund go to the Inga Dam project in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The...
In the forested hills of Togo in West Africa, a quiet revolution is underway—one promising power to the people.
The need to cut costs and take telecommunications to far flung African communities has seen India drive into this continent’s market.
Schneider National simulates its business problems to save money in a bumpy economy.
Facebook, camera phones and inexpensive facial recognition software have made mass surveillance a near certainty. Huxley would be proud.
Africa, as the saying goes, is not for sissies. Life on the continent can be harsh, and driving anywhere—even in posh suburbia—is not without its challenges.
An African-based scientist wants to pick over the bones of William Shakespeare to establish whether he smoked dope.
How much climate change is natural? How much is man made? As someone who has been working on climate change...