Technology
Ghanaian brothers James and Kwesi Ansah have come up with a novel way to use waste generated from cassavas.
 
Booker an application that offers readers and book lovers a convenient platform to order any Book(s) of their choice
 
15-year-old Ghanaian makes electricity-powered wooden standing fan
 
Google has been fined a record 4.34 billion euros ($5bn; E3.9bn) over Android
 
Blogging platform Tumblr has deleted 84 accounts it says Russian propagandists used to spread disinformation during the 2016 US election.
 
Things are still looking pretty bleak for Huawei's plans to conquer the U.S. market.
 
Patrons of commercial vehicle “tro-tro,” would pay their transportation fare via digital means after the passage of Payment System and Service Bill
 
Apple will pay about $38bn (E27.3bn) in tax on the roughly $250bn cash pile it holds outside the US following recent changes to American tax rules.
 
Japanese auto giants Toyota and Mazda have picked Alabama to build their new $1.6bn (E1.2bn) US factory, according to several reports.
 
Facebook wants you to know when someone is trying to steal your data.
 
The new high-end desktop computer, which was first unveiled at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June
 
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.
 
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