Alphabet's Loon project said Thursday that its balloons will bring internet to remote parts of Kenya next year.
Google has launched an artificial intelligence game on Tencent social media app WeChat, as the company continues to show tentative signs of re-entering China’s consumer market.
Amazon.com’s stock market value reached $900 billion on Wednesday for the first time, marking a major milestone in its 21-year trajectory as a publicly listed company.
US tech giant Google has been fined a record €4.34bn ($5bn; £3.9bn) by the European Commission over Android.
Google has been fined a record €4.34bn for using its Android smartphone system to illegally boost its search engine.
Retail giant Walmart has entered into a strategic partnership with Microsoft for wider use of cloud and artificial intelligence technology.
Windows has announced that the next Windows 10 update will include some quality of life improvements for its notepad app.
Uber Technologies is being investigation by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission for alleged gender discrimination on issues such as pay.
The U.S. on Friday lifted a ban on U.S. companies selling goods to ZTE Corp, allowing China’s second-largest telecoms equipment maker to resume business.
The senator representing the Lagos East District at the Senate, Gbenga Ashafa, wants Information Communication Technology to be taken seriously in schools.
Engine maker Rolls-Royce has designed a propulsion system for a flying taxi which it says could take to the skies as soon as early next decade.
Facebook says it will not remove fake news from its platform because it does not violate its community standards.
An IT expert, Tunde Ezichi, has called on the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) to carry out an investigation of the condition of service of MTN’s employees in South Africa and insist on same in Nigeria.
A crack down on online football gambling during the World Cup in China have seen the arrest of more than 540 suspected of participating in schemes involving more than $1.5 billion, state media said.
Telecommunications giant, MTN Nigeria has denied has denied that the telecommunications company engaged casual employees.
Facebook has removed “treason” as a keyword to identify its users’ interests for advertisers, it said on Wednesday, after Danish state broadcaster DR revealed its existence.
Twitter said on Monday it has removed fake accounts but that does not impact its reported user metrics as was indicated in a report by The Washington Post.
Chinese tech giant ZTE has signed an agreement with the US paving the way for it to resume business in the country.
Instagram quietly updated its mobile apps to allow users to add questions inside their Stories.
A former Apple employee has been accused of stealing the company's self-driving car secrets and trying to flee to China with them.