Hackers Could Kill More People Than a Nuclear Weapon

By Jeremy Straub – North Dakota State University People around the world may be worried about nuclear tensions rising, but I think they’re…

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UAE gave Ethiopia US$100 million dollars USD grant to boost innovation and technology

NAIROBI, Kenya- The United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Monday signed a grant agreement with Ethiopia worth US$100 million U.S. dollars…

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The Republic of Kenya pursues cooperation with China on satellite technology

NAIROBI, Kenya—Officials in Kenya on Friday said in order to boost the east African nation’s satellite technology, the Republic of…

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An International conference on technology, innovation and society concludes in Morocco

RABAT, Morocco—A global conference on technology, innovation and society, styled CyFy Africa 2019, ended on Sunday in the Moroccan city…

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Capacitybay, a Veteran Technology Workforce Development group expands training opportunities for U.S. Veterans and others

NEW YORK – Capacitybay Information Technology Workforce Development Group is expanding its training opportunities for all U.S. veterans and transitioning…

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Ghana benefits from China’s completed 300-village satellite TV project

ACCRA, Ghana—News reports Ghana revealed that China’s 300-community satellite television project for the West African nation has completed.  The project…

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The government of Cameroon to promote work opportunities for women in digital sector

LAGOS, Nigeria—Reports from Cameroon says the government is keen on efforts to enhance the skills of and opportunities for women…

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UK hacker jailed for attack on Liberian telecoms firm

LONDON — A British computer hacker has been sentenced to 32 months in prison for a cyberattack that knocked out…

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Nigeria pushes computer programming in elementary schools

PORT HARCOURT, Nigeria — On a chilly Friday morning last November, Chinyere Anyaji stood behind a podium in a dimly…

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Google and Amazon’s move to block domain fronting will hurt activists

By Abdi Latif Dahir Google and Amazon have blocked “domain fronting,” a method that allows developers to mask their traffic…

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