Herding goats and camels in Somaliland as a teenager, Mubarik Mohamoud had no idea he would go to college – let alone attend one of the world’s most prestigious universities, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Continue reading “Wall Street-Sponsored School In Somaliland Finds Its Way In The Age Of Trump”
TechCrunch Disrupt London is coming this December. The two-day conference runs December 5 to 6 in the Olympic Village’s Copper Box Arena and features Continue reading “World Remit CEO Ismail Ahmed To Speak At Disrupt London”
During his visit to Nigeria and Kenya, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg hinted at the possibility of adding software for more African languages, to ease Africans’ access to the online social network’s applications. Continue reading “Facebook To Add More African Languages”
In many countries, people have cell phones and don’t hesitate to use them as frequently as possible. Continue reading “5 Health Dangers Of Cell Phones Nobody Told You About”
By Andrew Liptak
Drones flying over a war zone are nothing new, and as they’ve proliferated, there have been more efforts to make them harder to see from the ground.
Continue reading “Crashed Drone In Somalia Shows How The Military Hides Its Eyes In The Sky”
Dell has apologized to customers for deliberately shipping new computers with an inherently insecure support tool and has provided a removal tool to fix affected machines. Continue reading “Dell Ships Computers With Built-In Security Flaw”