Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s official mobile application is at the centre of a controversy for allegedly sharing personal user data without consent.
Apple is holding an education-focused event on Tuesday that teases “creative new ideas for teachers and students.” While rumors previously suggested a cheaper MacBook will arrive soon, it appears Apple will be focusing on the iPad next week. Bloomberg reports that a “low-cost iPad” will be announced alongside new education software next week.
Google Play apps and games store has started accepting payments in Kenya through Safaricom’s mobile phone M-Pesa service to boost downloads in a market where many people do not have a credit card.
The app responsible for popularizing swipeable virtual keyboards has been discontinued. Nuance ended development this month of Swype for both iOS and Android, six years after it bought the company behind the influential keyboard app for around $100 million.
Italy’s competition authority is looking into charges that Apple and Samsung are surreptitiously slowing down old phones to push consumers into buying new products.
Two French campaign groups filed a legal case against Samsung in France on Thursday, alleging the Korean electronics giant was responsible for the use of child labour and other abuses in its Chinese plants.
Apple says it has new features and enhancements in the pipeline to help parents control children’s use of iPhones and other devices.
Apple has confirmed an Intel glitch has affected all iPhones, iPads and Mac computers.
Apple has filed a lawsuit against the Attac activist group after about 100 of its supporters occupied the tech giant's flagship store in Paris last month, protesting alleged "wide-scale tax evasion" by the firm.
China’s Huawei Technologies on Friday flagged overall and smartphone revenue figures for 2017 that represented its slowest growth in four years, and vowed to extend its global reach with more premium products next year.
American rapper Meek Mill has been released from prison after being incarcerated for violating his probation.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday described North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as “very open” and “very honourable,” saying Pyongyang was keen on a meeting “very soon.”
No fewer than 408 students of the University of Ibadan have been asked to withdraw from the Premier University for failure to meet the minimum academic requirements to stay in the University.
Midfielder Mikel Obi says the Super Eagles will be at their best for the prestige international friendly match against England at Wembley Stadium in London on June 2.
The Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) says those who do not have national identity card number will no longer be eligible for international passport.
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) says it is still in possession of 7,920,129 permanent voter cards (PVCs) yet to be collected from its offices across the nation.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) says no fewer than 59 million children in Africa are stunted while another 10 million are overweight.
The Confederation of African Football has said that the Samson Siasia stadium in Yenagoa, Bayelsa capital, is not fit for international football matches.
The Senate has stepped down the Electoral Act 2010 Amendment Bill which seeks to reshuffle the sequence of polls in a general election.
Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha says people are trying to get him banned after he was booked for diving in Saturday's 0-0 draw at Watford.