It’s a question that has sent many a space fanatic into orbit: How will humans survive on other planets?
Now one of the country’s leading astronomers believes the answer could be even more out of this world – by making future explorers part cyborg.
Martin Rees, the Astronomer Royal, said modern space Read More
Speculation over which country would be the next to adopt Bitcoin as an official currency has largely centred on Central and South America, following El Salvador’s move seven months ago to become the first country to make the cryptocurrency legal tender.
It would actually be the Central African Republic (CAR) that Read More
When the blueprint for Bitcoin was unveiled in 2008, the goal was to create a new form of electronic cash that bypassed traditional financial institutions. Since then, the original cryptocurrency and its descendants have primarily become investments rather than practical forms of payment. But now a handful of experiments are Read More
Tizeti, West Africa’s pioneer solar-based internet service provider, has won the Internet Service Provider (ISP) of the Year award at the Beacon of ICT Awards (BoICT), organized by the Nigerian Communications Week over the weekend.
L-R: Ike Nnamani, President, Association of Telecommunication Companies of Nigeria (ATCON); Ikenna Uche, Chief Technical Officer, Read More
The Jos Electricity Distribution Plc has launched the mobile Meters Access Providers (MAP) where customers can access the meters toward ending disputation over estimated billing.
The DisCo launched the meters in conjunction with Mojec Company.
Speaking at the launching of the new system in Jos, the Managing Director, Alhaji Mammanlafia Umar, called Read More
Starting a business or a startup has always been a dream of mine. So as a young entrepreneur, I thought that I had most things figured out. But the truth was I hadn’t. This may sound a little controversial, but the idea for Hipster Inc. came by accident.
The year was Read More
Ministers from the world’s seven richest democracies have agreed to significantly curb the use of coal and other fossil fuels in electricity production, although they have not set a target date for doing so.
Climate and energy ministers from the Group of Seven nations have announced that they will aim to Read More
We use internet-connected devices to access our bank accounts, keep our transport systems moving, communicate with our colleagues, listen to music, undertake commercially sensitive tasks – and order pizza. Digital security is integral to our lives, every day.
And as our IT systems become more complex, the potential for vulnerabilities increases. Read More
It’s not surprising these days to see new inventions that either incorporate or have benefitted from artificial intelligence (AI) in some way, but what about inventions dreamt up by AI – do we award a patent to a machine?
This is the quandary facing lawmakers around the world with a live Read More
Samsung, the South Korean conglomerate, has announced a five-year plan to invest more than $350 billion in its businesses and create tens of thousands of new jobs.
The announcement comes only days after US Vice President Joe Biden paid a visit to a Samsung semiconductor plant as part of a trip Read More