Slack opens new London office amid Brexit uncertainty
Britain’s forthcoming exit from the European Union poses little concern to corporate chatroom startup Slack Technologies Inc., which opened a new office in London Thursday.
Facebook adding 3,000 people to screen out violent content
Facebook said Wednesday it is hiring an extra 3,000 staff to remove violent content like the gruesome killings and suicides broadcast on its video platform.
WCF tackles fake news, new social media challenges
This was stated at the 2017 World Communications Forum (WCF), held in Geneva, Switzerland, by an International Communicator, Speaker and Development Expert, Micheal Bociurkiw.
LinkedIn membership reaches half a billion
The professional social network LinkedIn said Monday its membership had swelled to 500 million, as its user base showed steady growth following its acquisition last year by Microsoft.
Facebook out to read minds
The social network giant, at its annual developers conference, unveiled Wednesday projects aimed at allowing users to use their minds to type messages or their skin to hear words.
Police seek US suspect accused of committing murder on Facebook
"Suspect did broadcast the killing on Facebook Live and has claimed to have committed multiple other homicides which are yet to be verified," Cleveland police wrote on Twitter.
Postal sector reforms begin next month
The reforms expected to bring the anticipated positive change to the Nigeria Postal Service (NIPOST), responsible for postal administration and services in the country, is expected to commence next month.
Glo targets cross-border connectivity in Africa
West Africa’s telecommunications service provider, Globacom, has promised to use its comprehensive telecommunications infrastructure and international partnerships to connect tertiary institutions in Africa.