See details of collaboration on disaster risk mitigation that Nigeria’s NEMA seeks with NITDA.
Australians woke to empty news feeds on their Facebook pages on Thursday after the social media giant blocked all media content in a surprise and dramatic escalation of a dispute with the government over paying for content. Shouldn’t they pay for contents.
Facebook users in Germany would want the social media platform to pay them approximately $8 per month for sharing their contact information, as against users in the U.S. who would only seek $3.50.
A bullet train which ‘floats’ above the tracks using magnetic levitation could soon hit 373mph in China – making it faster than travelling by plane.
Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI), a part of Samsung Group, and Bloom Energy have announced a collaboration to design and develop ships powered by Bloom Energy’s solid oxide fuel cell technology.
In collaboration with the African Regional Intellectual Property Organisation (ARIPO) and the Organisation africaine de la propriété intellectuelle (OAPI) with the support of the Japan Patent Office (JPO) and the Government of Zimbabwe, the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) is organising a conference on Intellectual Property, Innovation and Value Addition for Business Competitiveness in Africa.
Women are currently battling to shake the table at the technology and e-commerce industry largely dominated by men. There is a surge in women demanding seats at the table, and effectively delivering goods online.
For coastal communities like those of the Niger Delta, largely abandoned by development planners and executors, the ‘invention’ of a blue energy might just be all they need to rapidly transform their social and economic conditions.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission imposed a five billion dollar fine on the social media Facebook for violations of privacy, the agency has said.In a statement said that the punishment is the highest against a company for affecting users, and is 20 times more than any penalty of its kind worldwide.
The INEC Chairman was to appear along with the Resident Electoral Commissioner in Zamfara State, having been subpoenaed by the Tribunal to present some documents used in the conduct of the February 23 presidential election.