The iPad 3 drumbeat has begun. Among the first rumors: The Apple device will ship with an OLED screen.
After guiding Liberia to stability after years of civil war, President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf hopes to take advantage of the country's natural resources to transform it into a middle-income nation.
More than 200 companies – including India's Tata Group, New Jersey's Honeywell Energy, and Nigerian conglomerate Dangote Group – have signed up to own a rusty piece of Nigeria's grid.
At an investment conference in the capital city of Freetown last week, President Ernest Bai Koroma described his hopes to build a massive new bridge, new airport, and new city in the sleepy village of Lungi.
Amid drug violence, Mexico's slow but steady growth - and low inflation rate - is setting it apart from other economies in the region.
Usually more growth begets more inflation. But ironically, fiscal austerity and higher taxes are boosting inflation in Greece, Portugal, Spain, and Italy.
Greek default is not inevitable or desirable. A Greek default could trigger other indebted euro nations to default.
Cookiejacking could let hackers compromise Facebook profiles, says a computer security expert. But Microsoft argues cookiejacking isn't a high risk threat.
Silicon Valley investor Peter Thiel is giving $100,000 fellowships to two-dozen outstanding individuals under age 20, urging them to skip college and pursue their entrepreneurial dreams.
Mac users, accustomed to computer security through obscurity, have weathered a pair of malware attacks. This time, it's Mac Guard.
Google Wallet, a mobile payments system, will launch on the Nexus S smartphone as soon as this summer.