A study into whether any of Kenya’s three mobile operators should be deemed “dominant” will be released this week.
South Korea's special prosecutor's office wants a warrant to arrest the head of Samsung, accusing him of paying multi-million dollar bribes
According to the American Enterprise Institute, nearly 90 percent of Fortune 500 companies that existed in 1955 are no longer with us.
The power of social media has once again been felt in Zimbabwe after Twitter and Facebook outbursts against the government and mobile operators.
Cell C’s price increase comes after consumers called for SA network providers to decrease the price of data with the #DataMustfall campaign.
There’s a strange idea circulating among Mexican currency traders. Well, more of a joke really. But there’s a certain logic to it.
Yahoo was already a shell of its former self. Now part of the company is getting an obscure new name: Altaba.
For many South Africans internet connectivity remains a precious commodity, and in rural areas accessibility and lower incomes add to the burden.
Anticipation has been mounting over Nintendo's new video game console The Switch, with details of its release date and price announced today.
Apple must face consumer claims that it tried to monopolise the market for iPhone apps from 2007 to 2013.
Zimbabwe’s new steep data prices have fallen following massive outbursts on social media against the tariff hike.
TechCrunch reports that a significant update is about to be rolled out.
Cellebrite, a digital forensics firm known for helping law enforcement crack into locked smartphones, has itself fallen victim to hackers.
Jay Y. Lee, who heads South Korea's Samsung Group, was given a $5 box meal for lunch and did not sleep in over 22 hours of questioning.
Heated debates over Zimbabwe’s new mobile data prices prompt a new wave of negotiations between operators and the government.