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Jumia Technologies AG's plan to expand its online retail and trading platform in less developed parts of Africa has long had one significant challenge: A lack of formal addresses for deliveries.
Fashion and lifestyle blogger Maui Bigelow has always been curvy and built a social media presence by embracing every pound. Until the worst happened.
It’s six in the morning and Samuel Romero is already pulling his bicycle out of a small garage.
Imagine you’re a moderately successful Indian rapper eager to graduate to global superstardom. You’ve had a few domestic number-one hits and performed on a handful of Bollywood soundtracks, but the likes of South Korea’s BTS and Psy — other artistes who don’t primarily sing in English — have something you don’t: a viral YouTube smash that breaks some sort of record.
Indonesian e-commerce unicorn Tokopedia is investing in two logistics companies and using artificial intelligence to predict buying behaviour as part of an effort to speed delivery and slash shipping costs in the world’s biggest archipelago.
France is pushing ahead with a landmark tax on tech companies like Google and Facebook despite US President Donald Trump’s threats of retaliatory tariffs on French wine.
All Cubans can now have WiFi in their homes, as the island’s government extends Internet access even while trying to maintain control over its version of the “truth” and to defend its legitimacy, a top official tells AFP.
Fledgling food-delivery startups using new communications technologies are changing the dining experience for some diners.
In the shadow of the Monorail, in the trendy downtown Belltown neighbourhood, sits a three-story brick condominium building dripping with lockboxes.