A new study suggests that concerns about fake news, echo chambers and filter bubbles were overstated, if not wrong.
From making energy greener to tracking endangered rhinos, digital technology is transforming the continent.
Android is the world’s most popular operating system, overtaking Windows, according to new data.
Digital technology is a defining feature of modern life. In 2016, there were 3.4 billion internet users and 3.8 billion unique mobile users. On average, people spend six hours a day online.
Google might be the world's most popular website, but in some countries it's facing some unlikely competition.
Here's how citizens can protect themselves online now that the US government has passed a bill that abolishes internet privacy rules.
Citizens are increasingly using the internet for their own personal safety, and are now expecting authorities to do the same.
Two-thirds of Latin Americans don't have internet access. These innovative projects are doing something about that.
In today’s hyperconnected world, our infrastructure is more vulnerable than ever to cybersecurity threats
Scott Shackelford looks at human rights in a digital world, and asks whether cybersecurity should be right.
Providing electricty for millions across Africa, is a crucial step to achieving sustainable development, says President of Guinea Alpha Condé.
Keep an eye out, and you will soon be able to 'see' the very future of the public sector, writes Gregory Curtin.
Google's Neural Machine Translation system appears to have created its own language.
“First of all, let me just tell all of you that you should doubt my answers,” said Sergey Brin, Co-Founder of Google, and Founder, Bayshore Global Management, before he answered the first...
This past Spring, AlphaGo — an artificial intelligence (AI) machine — beat the human world champion in a five-game match of Go, an ancient Chinese board game once considered so difficult ...