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Why Africa’s mobile money revolution can reduce poverty

A mobile subscriber withdraws money from an M-Pesa shop in Nyeri on May 2, 2016. Across Africa more and more people are now spending, saving and planning for the future… Read more »

Promoting local languages will get more Africans connected online

By Abdi Latif Dahir September 3, 2016 Promoting local languages and providing relevant, homegrown content could increase internet adoption across the African continent, a new report finds. The report (pdf),… Read more »

Zuckerberg Enjoys Ugali, Eats a Whole tilapia at Mama Oliech as he tours Kenya

By EMANNUEL WANJALA and WILLIAM MWANGI September 02, 2016 Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg is in Kenya. The 32-year-old internet entrepreneur and philanthropist announced his arrival on his Facebook… Read more »

Salt Lake City Police, Airport Websites DDoSed Against Teenager Shooting

By Waqas on March 14, 2016 Email @hackread CYBER ATTACKS THE NWH GROUP CONDUCTED A SERIES OF POWERFUL DDOS ATTACKS ON SALT LAKE CITY POLICE, AIRPORT AND BANKING WEBSITE AGAINST… Read more »

Keep On Trucking With Gadiid’s Software

Hassan Abdullahi,Founder & CEO of GADIID Software Thursday, March 10, 2016 The emergence of new technologies can add game-changing efficiency and convenience to industries that have been around for a… Read more »

Apple Rejects Order to Unlock San Bernardino Shooter’s iPhone

Wednesday, February 17, 2016 FILE – This July 27, 2014 photo provided by U.S. Customs and Border Protection shows Tashfeen Malik, left, and Syed Farook, as they passed through O’Hare… Read more »

Software helps Somali refugees learn English

Program created by a San Diego company allows for more customized guidance, its supporters say Hawa Ahmed listens to a pronunciation of English words during a session with the Learning… Read more »

To Your Health: Quitting Facebook makes you happier

By Allie Shah Star Tribune NOVEMBER 30, 2015 — 11:17AM ANDREW HARRER, BLOOMBERGThe Facebook Inc. logo. Need a pick-me up? Try taking a Facebook break. Researchers at the Happiness Research… Read more »

After a Childhood in Darkness, a Quest to Light His Country

Saturday October 17, 2015 By Christina Nunez Abdishakur Mohamoud didn’t get electricity until he was 11 years old. Now he’s bringing it to Somalia and other energy-starved nations.   Rural… Read more »

How Snapchat Shed Its Sexting Reputation

October 12, 2015 Mona Kosar Abdi Mona Kosar Abdi is a freelance writer and a reporter for the local ABC affiliate in Central Virginia. ———————————————————————————————————————— It’s 2013 and Lorde’s “Royals”… Read more »