The American University of Nigeria provides a modern education right in the backyard of Boko Haram, Nigeria's homegrown terrorist group. One clue: The campus claims 55 percent of all the Internet traffic in Nigeria.
A two-day blackout for half of India was caused in large part by a massive theft of electricity. Many countries have yet to break the link between wholesale corruption and the stealing of power. Such widespread dishonesty can slow a country's growth.
Some three-quarters of the world now has access to mobile networks. What does this mean for those in the developing world?
Scuffles in Jakarta markets between tofu producers and soybean traders may be a taste of things to come.