South Africa unveils solar-powered mobile clinic for health and dental care

Last week, South Africa unveiled a mobile clinic - a health and dental clinic powered by solar energy - and announced that the mobile clinic facility will soon be available for the residents of sub-Saharan Africa.

US to bolster its defenses against possible missile strike by North Korea

US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said in a Friday announcement that the country has plans underway for siting 14 more interceptors in Alaska, in a move to strengthen its defenses against a possible missile attack from North Korea.

ARCEP asks Paris prosecutor to investigate Skype over failure to register as telecom operator

Earlier this week, French regulator ARCEP revealed that it is reporting Microsoft's Luxembourg-based Skype subsidiary to the Paris prosecutor over the company's failure to register as a telecom operator in accordance with the country's law; a move which raises the question of what comprises a telephone company in the age of Internet-based communications.

Tech giants and colleges team up for new master’s degree and a diploma in data business

In coincidence with reports that the Irish Government will make an initial investment of _1million in the Centre for Applied Data Analytics Research CeADAR - a new Dublin technology centre in data