Facebook sets limits on 'issue ads'
The social network introduces a new verification process for people buying "issue" ads, which have been used to sow discord online.
Trump opposes plan for US to cede Internet oversight
Donald Trump opposes a plan for the US to cede control of the Internet's technical management to the global community.
Bill Gates lauds African tech start-ups
The billionaire and philanthropist commends African entrepreneurs for creating thousands of businesses and changing lives.
US court backs Internet equal-access rules
The Obama administration's rules barring ISPs from obstructing or slowing down consumer access to Web content are upheld.
Bill Gates to headline Mandela lecture
The billionaire and Microsoft co-founder will deliver the 14th Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture on the eve of Mandela Day.
Exponential times require exponential business models
Organisations should revise their business models to adapt to the explosion of society-shaping, exponential technologies, said Barclays' Stephen van Coller.
White House declines to support encryption legislation
The White House refuses to back encryption legislation that will allow judges to order companies to unlock devices.
The ICT policy paradox
South Africa and Rwanda's relationship with technology has affected the respective countries' economic trajectories in a big way.
Rodham Clinton delivers OpenSDx Summit keynote
The former US secretary of state will deliver the keynote address at Nexenta's OpenSDx Summit.
US govt reviews online privacy protection
The White House treads carefully on online privacy protection to avoid antagonising major tech companies and international allies.
Let's talk about big data
Big data is like teenage sex. Everyone talks about it, nobody really knows how to do it, everyone thinks everyone else is doing it, so everyone claims they're doing it.