French papers ignore “Jihadi John” but take a look in-depth at Boko Haram. France still waits for better economic times, although it is doing well in innovation.
France has turned to the high-tech heavyweights of Silicon Valley to help tackle online propaganda from armed groups like the Islamic State.
In this week's International Media, RFI speaks to Dan Nesbitt, Research Director at Big Brother Watch in London, about the new and sometimes surprising ways our lives are being invaded.
Treating ebola, a spat between Kenya and Tanzania, Africa's technological future - all in today's papers ...
Facebook has bought Wit.ai, a startup specialising in voice recognition, which was created by three French men now based in California.
Four satellites were to be launched from French Guiana on Thursday with the goal of providing more affordable internet to countries with minimal service.
The French and German firms won the contract for modernising systems on a high-speed train line in Spain.
Earlier this month 22-thousand people attended the Web Summit in the Irish capital Dublin. Several Nigerian start up companies were among the exhibitors hoping to stand out from the crowd.