by Juliana Kenny Formal banking was never popular, and lack of infrastructure has driven innovation.Enterprise Tech,Africa,Bharti Airtel,cable theft,digital cash,e-payments,infrastructure,Kenya,M-Pesa,MasterCard,Mobile payments,SnapScan,Vodafone,Juliana Kenny
by Juliana Kenny The company's tablet can also operate a desktop experience.Enterprise Tech,Canonical,desktop,laptop,mobile,open source,tablet,Ubuntu,Juliana Kenny
by Juliana Kenny The Obama administration continues to work with the private sector to improve web access for lower-income families.Personal Tech,ConnectED,ConnectHome,Google,Google Fiber,high income,high-speed broadband,internet in schools,Kansas City,low income,Obama,United States,web service,Juliana Kenny
by Juliana Kenny U.S. and European regulators have struck a deal to replace the Safe Harbor deal that was nullified last year.Personal Tech,amazon,data collection,data retention,Digital Economy,EC,Edward Snowden,european commission,Facebook,Federal Trade Commission,FTC,Google,privacy,privacy advocates,privacy regulation,Safe Harbor,Safe Harbour,transatlantic economy,Juliana Kenny
by Juliana Kenny The F.C.C. and a startup called Starry are bringing the heat to cable and internet providers.
by Juliana Kenny Facebook is the latest to explore building out data center infrastructure in Europe.
by Juliana Kenny The global debate on encryption is reaching a boiling point.
by Juliana Kenny As spending on 3D printing will skyrocket, the debate about its regulation continues.
by Juliana Kenny Controversy and confusion still reign around how to regulate autonomous cars, even as they are tested in various countries.
by Juliana Kenny The lifting of a ban on using electric skateboards is another move from the state to progress its transit technologies.
The debate continues over whether or not appliance manufacturers specifically design products to degenerate.
Various countries are exploring how to develop smart city infrastructure beginning with the electrical system.
by Juliana Kenny Facebook has launched a program aimed at curbing hateful rhetoric.
by Juliana Kenny The White House has launched a Snapchat account on the eve of the State of the Union address.
by Juliana Kenny Egypt shut down the service last week, and there is much speculation as to the real reason why.
The social media giant is toughening its approach to online threats, abuse.
by Juliana Kenny The F.C.C.'s approved broadband report has the telecom world up in arms.
by Juliana Kenny An Indonesian telco has blocked the service.
by Juliana Kenny Google continues to donate money to bring web access to refugees in Europe.
by Juliana Kenny The F.C.C. has received a letter signed by dozens of groups calling for tighter rules for ISPs.