Sci & Tech

Internet blackout hits Ethiopia's pocket, but not seen deterring telecoms investors

Ethio Telecom, cut internet access and disabled text messaging between Tuesday and Friday, without explanation.

Researchers develop AI able to identify things by sight, touch

A laboratory of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has developed an AI that can process and learn from visual and tactile information

Google Calendar is down

Google Calendar appears to be suffering an outage, leaving users confused about where they are supposed to be

Facebook takes on the world of cryptocurrency with 'Libra' coin

Facebook unveiled plans Tuesday for a new global cryptocurrency called Libra

How to call without credit on Safaricom

Safaricom launches reverse call feature

Dangerous malware discovered pre-installed on these smartphones

They are some of the most popular smartphones around, but it seems that many Android devices have dangerous malware pre-installed in them.

Restaurant offers free pizza to customers who switch off phones

The discount is only applicable to groups of four people or more, all of whom must be carrying a working smartphone.

Man develops software to reply to chatty girlfriend on his behalf

A computer programmer in China caused quite a stir on social media recently after posting that he created a custom chatbot to answer his girlfriend’s

Facebook curbs research tool

Facebook has paused some elements of its graph search due to privacy concerns

Huawei delays launch of Mate X foldable phone after Samsung debacle

The move comes after rival Samsung's foldable phone, the Galaxy Fold, suffered screen issues when being reviewed.

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