Inflight internet ready to take off
"It is undeniably a trend. The main thing is to jump on the wave at the right moment," said Marc Rochet, chief executive of the low-cost airline French Blue, about the technology which is rapidly evolving but comes with a high price tag.
SpaceX blasts off cargo using recycled spaceship
The refurbished Dragon cargo capsule soared into space aboard a Falcon 9 rocket at 5:07 pm (2107 GMT) from Cape Canaveral, Florida.
UK campaigner takes on Facebook 'dark ads' during election
Thousands of people have downloaded a browser plug-in created by 19-year-old Louis Knight-Webb, which monitors the advertisements to which people are exposed when they go online.
Japan launches satellite for high-precision positioning system
A H-IIA rocket blasted off at 9:17am (0017 GMT) from the Tanegashima space centre in southern Japan carrying the "Michibiki" No.2 satellite, footage by Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency showed.
US judge dismisses discrimination suit by Texas 'clock boy'
Ahmed Mohamed, who was 14 at the time, became an internet sensation after being handcuffed and detained for hours for bringing his "invention" -- a circuit board wired to a digital display -- to school in the Texas city of Irving, near Dallas.
France fines Facebook for data protection breaches
The CNIL agency said it had slapped a penalty of 150,000 euros ($160,000) on Facebook Inc and Facebook Ireland, for "several breaches of the French Data Protection Act", the maximum fine in such cases.
Africa experiencing data growth, says Smile Telecoms
Farroukh said in a statement in Lagos on Saturday that he would lead the operations of Smile, the continent’s 4G LTE network to ensure that Africans enjoyed the data revolution.
NCC cautions public on fake contracts award
The commission said in a statement on Saturday in Lagos, that its attention had been drawn to the circulation of letters of award of various contracts purportedly written by its Secretary.