French prosecutors are to look into the online call service Skype for failing to register as a telecommunications company.
The latest developments in Kismayo in Somalia and fake mobile phones in Kenya are among the stories covered in today's African papers..
If your smartphone comes with autocorrection software, you've probably had some surprises when texting someone.
A few years ago the BlackBerry was the ultimate hi-tech device that everyone wanted. Not any more. What happened? How can such a successful device have lost its popularity?
The former boss of France Télécom, Didier Lombard, was placed under investigation for harassment in connection with the spate of suicides during his tenure, as the probe widened on ...
On 1 July, France will see several laws or amendments go into effect. Starting today, the minimum wage jumps up two percent and breathalyzer tests will become mandatory in all vehicles.
France’s Minitel was a precursor to the internet, decades ahead of its time. At its peak in the mid-1990s, some 20 million people logged on every day.
In recent years, cell phone use in Africa has flourished, particularly among young people.
It will be a tale of three warhorses on Sunday when Gabon take on Mali in the quarter final of the Africa Cup of Nations.
Mobile morning calls and heavy traffic at 6.45am leave your correspondent feeling afflicted.