FG Approves Improved NIN Slip, Mobile App For Enrollment

This according to the Communications Ministry is part of the Federal Government’s policy to improve the…

Britain on Thursday finally severed its turbulent half-century partnership with Europe, quitting the EU single market

Brexit, which has dominated politics on both sides of the Channel since 2016, became a reality…

Tens of millions across China are facing power shortages in below-freezing winter temperatures

Residents, factories and businesses in Hunan, Zhejiang and Jiangxi provinces have been ordered to ration electricity…

Twitter said on Wednesday that it would crack down on false posts about COVID-19 vaccines

The social media platform already targets posts containing false information on how the virus spreads and…

Twitter on Tuesday said its Periscope mobile app for live streaming video will shut down by March

Twitter bought Periscope in 2015 before it launched and as the popularity of now defunct Meerkat…

Tech giants have changed our daily lives, but governments around the world are worried that they are getting out of control.

Dubbed the GAFAM — Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon and Microsoft — they are accused of not…

Apple said Thursday it would press ahead with mobile software changes

The iPhone maker said updates to its mobile operating system would give users more information and…

Apple has agreed to pay $113 million to settle litigation with more than 30 US states over its slowdown

The latest “batterygate” settlement will divide the settlement among California and 33 other states, according to…

Norwegian firms to develop a “green battery” business targeting the European market

Panasonic, energy firm Equinor, and industrial group Hydro, said they would work together “towards summer 2021…

British telecommunications giant Vodafone announced Monday

Profit after tax hit 1.3 billion euros ($1.5 billion) for the six months to September, the…