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Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft, is dead at 65
Paul Allen, the billionaire co-founder of Microsoft, died Monday. He was an investor, entrepreneur and philanthropist who influenced many aspects of…
Meet the 19-year-old tech genius coding at Ethiopia's first AI lab
At 19-years-old, Betelhem Dessie is perhaps the youngest pioneer in Ethiopia's fast emerging tech scene, sometimes referred to as 'Sheba Valley'.
iPhone X, iPhone Xs, iPhone XR and iPhone Xs Max: The difference
iPhones are now the trend when it comes to smartphones. It is the wish of many to use an iPhone but the expensive nature of the gadget hinders a lot of people from owning one.
Google iPhone data privacy case blocked by High Court
The High Court has blocked a bid to sue Google for allegedly unlawfully taking data from 4.4 million UK iPhone users.
Top 10 Ghana mobile apps
There are numerous mobile applications that the everyday Ghanaian smartphone user downloads. So we take a look at the Top 10 Ghana mobile apps.
Weak passwords banned in California from 2020
Default passwords such as "admin" and "password" will be illegal for electronics firms to use in California from 2020.
Facebook hack exposed 50 million users' info -and accounts on other sites
An attack on Facebook exposed information on nearly 50 million of the social network's users, the company announced Friday -- and gave the attackers access to those users' accounts with other sites…
Facebook hack: What to do if you're affected
Sheryl Sandberg, Mark Zuckerberg and me. And there's a good chance you, too.
Instagram co-founders Systrom and Krieger leaving Facebook-owned firm
The co-founders of photo-sharing giant Instagram, Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger, are both leaving the firm.
Sky: Comcast outbids Fox with £30bn bid for broadcaster
US cable giant Comcast has submitted the highest bid in the auction for broadcaster Sky, valuing the company at more than £30bn.
Google still lets third-party apps scan your Gmail data
Google is defending its policy to allow third-party apps to access and share data from Gmail accounts, according to a letter made public Thursday.
Facebook stops sending staff to help political campaigns
Facebook will no longer send employees to work at the offices of political campaigns during elections, the company has announced. The social network used to offer dedicated staff to political…
WhatsApp no longer available for millions of people worldwide
Millions of WhatsApp users in the world will soon not be able to access the services as the tech company phases out support for older phones.
Sony unveils mini PlayStation Classic console
Sony has announced a miniature version of the first PlayStation console, which originally launched in 1994.
US judge allows e-voting despite hack fears
A judge in the US state of Georgia has approved the use of electronic voting machines - despite being "gravely concerned" that they could be hacked.
Elon Musk sued for libel by British Thai cave rescuer
A British cave diver is suing tech billionaire Elon Musk for defamation after his repeated claims the diver is a child abuser.
Amazon investigates staff bribery claims
Amazon is investigating claims that its employees accepted bribes in exchange for leaking confidential sales data.
BMW's future rides on the Vision iNext
BMW knows the Ultimate Driving Machine has to become the ultimate time machine.
Drone assassins are cheap, deadly and available in your local store
In the heart of Venezuela's capital, Caracas, Nicolás Maduro was delivering of a rousing speech. He stood high on a podium, speaking to a parade of military troops.
YouTube nursery-rhyme channel with billions of views sold
One of the most popular YouTube channels in the world, which features animated nursery rhymes, has been sold.
Apple IPhone XS unveiled alongside fall-detecting watch
Apple has updated its iPhone X handset with three more powerful models, two of which are larger than before.
Facebook animal trade exposed in Thailand
More than 1,500 listings of live animals for sale have been found on Facebook in Thailand by a wildlife trafficking watchdog.
British Airways breach: How did hackers get in?
British Airways has revealed that hackers managed to breach its website and app, stealing data from many thousands of customers in the process.
PlayStation 2 repair services close in Japan
Sony has ended its repair service for the PlayStation 2, more than 18 years after it first went on sale.
Facebook Watch video service launches worldwide
Facebook's Watch video-streaming service is rolling out worldwide, just over a year after its US launch.
Toyota to invest $500m in Uber in driverless car deal
Japanese carmaker Toyota is to invest $500m (£387m) in Uber and expand a partnership to jointly develop self-driving cars.
Instagram eyes college students with a new feature just for them
Instagram hopes to lure more college students to the platform with a feature that makes it easy to connect with classmates.
'Exploding' iPad prompts Apple shop evacuation
Three Apple employees have been treated for minor injuries after an iPad battery reportedly exploded in an Amsterdam shop.
Google employees demand more oversight of China search engine plan
Google is not close to launching a search engine app in China, its chief executive said at a companywide meeting on Thursday, according to a transcript seen by Reuters, as employees of the Alphabet…
Wi-fi could be used to detect weapons and bombs
Ordinary wi-fi could be used to detect weapons and explosives in public places, according to a study led by the Rutgers University in New Jersey.
Snapchat photo filters linked to rise in cosmetic surgery requests
Plastic surgeons are reporting that patients are coming to them with selfies of themselves edited using the filters on Snapchat or Instagram and asking to look more like the retouched photo.
Facebook adds quirky Messenger games to video chats
Facebook's latest additions to Messenger will have you dodging asteroids and trying to keep a straight face. The company announced Wednesday that it is adding two games to its messaging app that…
Facebook denies seeking users' bank data
Facebook has denied reports that it is actively asking banks for details of users' financial transactions.
Android 9 Pie is available now on Google Pixel phones
The next generation of Android is on its way. And you guessed it -- the P is for Pie. Android Pie, the new version of Google's mobile operating system, previously called Android P, comes first to the…
President Akufo-Addo inaugurates Abenaso Rural Telephony Project
President Akufo-Addo has inaugurated the Rural Telephony Project at Abenaso in the Eastern Region.
Google might return to China. Here's why that's so controversial
Google is reportedly planning to get back into China, a lucrative market where it has a long history of tangling with authorities.
WhatsApp launches four-person group video calling
WhatsApp teased that its messaging app would add a long-awaited group video calling feature several weeks ago, and it's finally here. Both Android and iOS users can now hold audio and video…
Samsung’s new flexible display can withstand a lot of drops
There are those who will almost certainly take Samsung’s declaration of an “unbreakable” display as a challenge.
KNUST student builds single-phase traffic light
A Physics student at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology has defied the odds to design a 'single phase' system which is aimed at easing the cost of building and repairing traffic…
Social media apps are 'deliberately' addictive to users
Social media companies are deliberately addicting users to their products for financial gain, Silicon Valley insiders have told the BBC's Panorama programme.
Tricks for staying offline on WhatsApp
Privacy on WhatsApp is a serious matter. But anybody can add an extra security layer to their profile by taking a few steps. If you would like to hide your personal data and avoid being exposed to…