CEO Mark Zuckerberg is visiting Nigeria this week on his first trip to Africa, using his time in the country to visit the Yaba technology hub in Lagos, meet with developers and partners, and explore Nollywood.
The same guy who graced a Playboy cover and said, “If you need Viagra, you’re probably with the wrong girl.” Donald Trump, who appeared on the cover of Playboy magazine and whose misogynistic comments might only be outnumbered by his racist remarks, has pledged to crack down on pornography if elected president.
Bart Lorang, CEO and co-founder of the contact management platform FullContact, goes so far to encourage his employees take vacations, he actually pays them to travel off the grid.
Dating today kind of sucks. We can all admit it. For every second of joy you get from a new Tinder match, there are hours of bored swiping, terrible conversations that don't go anywhere, not to mention outright awful and forgettable dates, if you actually make it that far. Then, sometimes, you go on a date and things are seeming promising — but your match decides she's not into it anymore and won't explain.
Nearly every music streaming service has a feature that gives you new music to listen to based on audio habit. Spotify has Discover Weekly, Pandora compiles a custom station and Apple Music is making recommendations a big part of its redesign for iOS 10. SoundCloud is looking to offer a similar tool with its new Suggested Tracks section.
Europe’s largest transportation organization plans to create an “innovation train” using technology developed by a company working on the futuristic transport system Hyperloop.
The Apple Music executive doesn’t have nearly the same name recognition as the senior executives, from Eddy Cue to Craig Fedirighi, who shuffled on to the stage at the annual developer conference on Monday.
Every keystroke you make on some wireless keyboards can be spied on by hackers lurking nearby, according to research released Tuesday by the cybersecurity firm Bastille. The “vast majority” of low-cost wireless keyboards are vulnerable to an attack that researchers have dubbed “KeySniffer,” according to the company.
WASHINGTON -- Researchers may have found an accurate way to track the seasonal spread of diseases by studying people's travel patterns using cellphone data, according to a new study.
Facebook says it’s having trouble hiring people of color because public schools are failing to educate them properly. The company is 52 percent white, 38 percent Asian, 4 percent Hispanic and 2 percent black, according to diversity numbers released Thursday. Sixty-seven percent of Facebook employees are male overall.
WHITLEY BAY, England-- A man who admitted stealing a tablet computer from a charity store and returning it eight days later because he couldn't get it to work was fined.