One Old 'Brain May Even Be Dead,' Nigeria's First Lady Says
March 04 2015 10:45 AM EST
Nigeria's Patience Jonathan accuses her husband's presidential-election opponent, 72, of being too old to lead the country.
Five Billion People Lack Access To Life-Saving Drugs
March 04 2015 4:38 AM EST
A new UN report also criticized the legalization of marijuana in certain U.S. states.
Policy Loophole Puts Apple, Android Users At Risk
March 04 2015 12:52 AM EST
The security flaw lets hackers take over devices visiting “secure” government websites.
Sony Says Its Virtual Reality Headset Will Arrive Next Year
March 03 2015 8:15 PM EST
The manufacturer says it has improved the hardware for its virtual reality goggles to make images more lifelike.
Google's Solar-Powered Internet Drones To Launch Within Months
March 03 2015 7:38 PM EST
The atmospheric satellites will beam wireless Internet to areas without it, as well as to disaster-struck areas.
Rival Libyan Forces Carry Out Airstrikes, Militants Storm Oilfield
March 03 2015 3:18 PM EST
Oil installations and key infrastructure are prime targets in the conflict, pitting Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni's internationally recognized government against Libya Dawn.
Fighting Ebola Outbreak Costs 3 Times As Much As Preventing It
March 03 2015 9:27 AM EST
Researchers found that 28 countries were worse off than Sierra Leone in terms of adequate health systems.
Capcom's Episodic 'Resident Evil' Game Picks Up Steam
March 03 2015 3:26 AM EST
If this episode is a true sign of what’s to come, Resident Evil Revelations 2 is poised to be a real thrill.
The Pirate Bay Is Dead In The Water
March 03 2015 1:56 AM EST
The site, known for providing access to illegal downloads of films, TV shows and music, is sinking.
Google Allows Manufacturers To Turn Off Android Encryption
March 03 2015 1:08 AM EST
The move contradicts Google's earlier statements, when it said that the latest Android smartphones would be fully encrypted.
Huawei Rumored To Be Partnering With Google On Nexus
March 02 2015 7:53 PM EST
Google could have two manufacturers ready to make two different stock Android smartphones this year.
Boko Haram Releases Beheading Video
March 02 2015 1:01 PM EST
The video, which is the first part of a series the group has entitled “Harvest of the Spies,” depicts militants killing two men they accused of spying.
Can Tech Startups Solve Nigeria's Woes?
March 02 2015 9:01 AM EST
Africa's largest economy is struggling amid falling crude oil prices, and some say an emerging tech sector may be the answer.
UN Now Says 'Hundreds' Of Children Kidnapped In South Sudan
March 01 2015 4:29 PM EST
The United Nations originally estimated 89 children were abducted last month by a militia group.
Nigerian Girl Beaten To Death As Suspected Suicide Bomber
March 01 2015 11:44 AM EST
Police called it a "mob action carried out by an irate crowd" in the northeastern city of Bauchi.
'World Needs To Be Concerned' About Flu Pandemics
March 01 2015 2:13 AM EST
The World Health Organization is concerned about avian influenza, noting the diversity of flu viruses currently circulating is unprecedented.
Thousands In Cameroon Protest Boko Haram, As Fighting Intensifies
February 28 2015 3:01 PM EST
Some 5,000 people marched in Cameroon protesting against the Boko Haram insurgency in Nigeria. Fighting between the terrorists and coalition forces has intensified.
Brotherhood Leader Gets Life, Hamas Listed As Terrorists In Egypt
February 28 2015 11:09 AM EST
Palestinian group Hamas was labeled a terrorist organization and gyptian Muslim Brotherhood's top leader Mohamed Badie was sentenced to life in prison in one day.
Lesotho Holds Peaceful Snap Elections After Attempted 'Coup'
February 28 2015 5:54 AM EST
Lesotho's government collapsed last August after a vote of no confidence was brought against Prime Minister Thomas Thabane.
US Drone Attack In Yemen Kills 4 Suspected Al Qaeda Militants
February 28 2015 5:20 AM EST
The attack targeted militants traveling in two vehicles, a local security official said, adding that several other suspected militants were injured.