Technology
Engineers at a small British internet service provider have successfully made a broadband connection work over 2m (6ft 7in) of wet string.
 
Facebook has published its internal workplace harassment policy in part to help other companies, chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg has said.
 
"Highly professional" hackers made off with around 4,700 Bitcoin from a leading mining service, a Bitcoin exchange has said.
 
Boeing kicked off the first day of the Dubai Airshow by announcing the first big sales news of the five-day event.
 
Policy Think Tank, Imani Africa, has emphasized the need for what they term a backward integration into the country’s digital addressing system, Ghana Post GPS.
 
An advert for a dating site offering to help students in Paris find a “sugar daddy” to fund their studies has been removed by police.
 
Roger Stone, a high-profile supporter of Donald Trump, has been suspended from Twitter after using the network to attack journalists.
 
Apple has reportedly dismissed an engineer after his daughter’s iPhone X hands-on video went viral on YouTube.
 
The Parliamentary Select Committee on Communications is questioning how Busy Ghana got a 4G authorization through the "back door" when other players paid millions of dollars for their 4G licenses.
 
Twitter has pledged to make advertising more transparent as it attempts to fend off proposed new regulations.
 
One of YouTube's most influential bloggers has chastised the service's leaders, claiming they are failing many of their most popular video creators.
 
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg says his company will share 3,000 Russia-linked political adverts with US investigators.
 
Three women who used to work at Google have filed a lawsuit against the technology giant, alleging it pays women less than men for comparable work.
 
The US Department of Homeland Security has told government departments and agencies to remove all security software from the Moscow-based company Kaspersky Lab from their IT systems.
 
China is streets ahead when it comes to digital payments. The latest leap is facial recognition technology that allows a customer to pay by literally flashing a smile.
 
Instagram has revealed a flaw in its systems revealed “a number of” stars’ phone numbers and email addresses to cyber-attackers.
 
More than 100 leading robotics experts are urging the United Nations to take action in order to prevent the development of “killer robots”.
 
Google has released the latest version of its Android mobile operating system (OS), which is named after Oreo chocolate biscuits.
 
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