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The fading façades of century-old buildings in a neighbourhood of the Nigerian megacity of Lagos house a vibrant technology cluster that’s caught the eye of Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc’s Google.
During its first four years, Tinder, the popular dating and hookup-facilitating smartphone app, largely ignored everything west of the Pacific.
A bus will be cruising through South Florida as a mobile workstation. Renovations were made to a former transit bus to make a classroom inside with WiFi in order to offer programs and classes on the go.
One of the issues affecting shared eScooter services is the legality of riding and parking the vehicles, which may vary from city to city.
The RM10mil allocation to develop social enterprises will boost inclusive startups and the disadvantaged communities they serve, says MaGIC.
When France shut its schools in March, 12-year-old Noussaiba Meziane recognised right away that this wasn’t going to be a holiday, and that continuing with her education wasn’t going to be easy.
“#Indonesia? Terserah!!!” ("#Indonesia? It is up to you!!!") is the top trending hashtag on Indonesian social media now and is a manifestation of disappointment of the attitude of some Indonesians who are neglecting the large-scale social restrictions (Indonesian acronym PSBB) in force to curb the spread of Covid-19 in the sprawling country.
The startup scene in France has the same problem that plagues the industry everywhere – too little diversity. Trouble is, in France you can’t measure it.
Strict enforcement of South Africa’s coronavirus lockdown by police and the army has placed the spotlight on official brutality, a cause of anger among the majority Black population for decades.
As millions of students in Britain await exam results this month, a row has erupted over algorithms used to calculate their grades after exams were cancelled due to the new coronavirus.