A new report released on Wednesday by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), states that the Least Developed Countries (LDCs) are recording impressive progress towards increasing access to information and communication technologies.
Six aid workers missing in South Sudan after reports of armed clashes
Six relief workers in South Sudan, one international and five national, have been reported by the UN as missing since Sunday.
The digital gap between richer and poorer countries is growing, the UN said on Wednesday, as it announced that Iceland leads the way for information communication technology usage.
Mobile broadband internet subscriptions “set to hit 4.3 billion”
Mobile broadband internet subscribers are expected to reach 4.3 billion by the end of this year, according to the UN’s agency for information and communication technologies, the ITU.
Nearly four billion people are still not connected to the Internet, according to the UN’s International Telecommunication Union (ITU).
AU-led peace operations need “predictable and sustainable” financing
Exposing young girls to science and maths might help end the “macho” culture in the tech industry, according to a senior executive with one of the world’s biggest computer companies.
Astrid Tuminez is a Regional Director for Microsoft in South-East Asia.
What’s been described as a “digital classroom in a box” could provide a much-needed boost to rural education across Africa.
A new generation of mobile network technology can be employed to help deal with many of the challenges facing the human race.
Lack of internet access for women is growing around the world, raising concerns that it could put at risk the UN’s Sustainable Development Goa