Facebook sleuths bring home India's stolen idols
By day, Arvind Venkatraman works as a software engineer in India's tech hub Chennai. But in his spare time, he is an international art detective whose efforts have helped bring back some of his country's most valuable antiquities.
Twitter chief for China quits, hails its performance
Twitter's manager for China, whose appointment just eight months ago sparked controversy, has announced her resignation but welcomed the growing number of Chinese advertisers even though the service is blocked by Beijing.
FG to establish ICT varsity in 2017, says Shittu
The Minister of Communications, Mr Adebayo Shittu, disclosed this on Monday in Abuja when he featured at the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) Forum.
Facebook dials in live audio streaming option
Facebook on Monday began testing a live audio streaming service that will let people essentially broadcast radio-style on the leading online social network.
She Leads Africa to ring closing bell at New York Stock Exchange
Digital media company She Leads Africa became the first African startup to ring the Closing Bell at the New York Stock Exchange. As part of the NYSE’s outreach program...
Sydney New Year fireworks to be live streamed on Facebook
Sydney's famous New Year's Eve fireworks, which traditionally kick off the world's major celebrations, are set to be streamed live on Facebook for the first time, officials said Monday.
The Internet is the best thing to happen to Nigerian culture. But we are missing the opportunity
Well, if social media is anything to go by – and in the era of unprecedented interactive digital ecosystems, then the ministry is not doing a great job of maximising the potential.
Major tech firms team up to curb 'terrorist content'
Major US tech firms announced Monday they would work together to curb the spread of online "terrorist content," responding to pressure from governments around the world.