China develops high-tech political propaganda tool
China's tech companies and government are banding together to release hi-tech propaganda tools to spread the Communist Party's message into the 21st Century.
China's national app
China's tech companies and government are banding together to release an hi-tech app. The app, Xuexi Qiangguo, meaning 'study to make China strong' is generally regarded as propaganda tool.
Africa’s first ‘design lab’ launched in Kigali
A Nigerian based Co- Creation Hub has launched Africa’s first design lab in Kigali that is set to become a leading creative space in Africa’s growing tech sector.
Slack is the 'Unicorn's Unicorn,' Gainsight CEO Mehta says
Nick Mehta, Gainsight's chief executive officer, discusses Slack's potential direct listing and the tech IPO landscape with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
How tech is easing returns for retailers
Now that holiday gifts have been bought, given and received, retailers brace themselves for returns. It's turning into a big problem, as many returned items never make it back to store shelves but to landfill.
Tech giants under Washington's microscope
Tech stocks are continuing to suffer after a bruising December, but 2019 will bring new challenges for Silicon Valley, as lawmakers in Washington and around the world voice new concerns over privacy policies and antitrust concerns.
Most Americans don't think Social Networks are good for the world
Most Americans don't think Social Networks are good for the world a new survey from Axios asked 3,622 adults if social media does more to help or hurt democracy and free speech. 55% of people fear the federal government won't do enough to regulate big tech companies.
How tech advances education in the new digital classroom
John Fallon, chief executive officer at Pearson, discusses the new digital classroom and how technology is helping to educate students of all ages around the world.