SOCIAL NETWORKS

A café culture of business: Facebook use in Vietnam

How more disposable income amongst urban Vietnamese is resulting in a business café culture

MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS

Why Japan turns to old-school phones and away from smartphones...

Japanese consumers are swerving smartphones and buying more simple flip-phones. Why?

WEB, VIDEO AND AUDIO CONFERENCING

Could video calling replace prison visits?

Some US jails are doing away with visitation entirely in favour of video systems

BIOMETRICS

Will biometrics work in the Nigerian election?

We consult experts and people on the ground about the use of biometrics in the Nigerian election, postponed till 28th March

FINANCE

Opportunities for Crowdfunding in Africa

Crowdfunding is a common concept in developed nations but now new platforms also aim to make it common in Africa

FINANCE

InfoShot: Tech philanthropy

2014 saw tech’s upper echelons give generously

Sunshine & tech in the North Carolina Triangle

How cheap rents, a lovely climate and great universities have helped the tech scene thrive in the North Carolina Triangle

HANDHELD TECHNOLOGY

Advice on making wearables, from people who make wearables...

Sagely advice from experts at London’s Wearable Technology Show.

SOCIAL NETWORKS

Venezuela: An underground entrepreneurial beer revolution...

How illegal brewers are fuelling a craft beer craze and promoting it via social media

INTERNET

Europe weighs up if net neutrality is good for TV

The issue of net neutrality is impinging on television too as broadcast and internet worlds collide

HANDHELD TECHNOLOGY

Listicle: Top ten of Wearable Tech Show London

The booths with the shortest queues get looked on most favourably.

TECHNOLOGY PLANNING AND ANALYSIS

The politics of technology in the Islamic world

Problems arise from the fact new technology becomes inextricably entwined with Islamic rules

CLOUD COMPUTING

Bolivia proposes “sovereign cloud” to secure data

We investigate the pros and cons of Bolivia’s proposed “sovereign cloud”

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Kenya: Why local IT firms don’t want government projects...

Despite the rise in local ICT innovation, most companies have decided not to bid on government projects.

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