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· January, 2014

Stories about Technology from January, 2014

Films on Digital Security Turn a Shade of Noir

According to Google Autocomplete ‘Colombia is Passion’ and ‘Mexico is Culture’

3 Out of The Top 10 Most Inspirational Bangladeshis are Tech-Centric

A Business Model Competition to Ignite Start Ups in Madagascar

Why the Caribbean Should Pay Attention to the Net Neutrality Decision

Kenya Blog Awards 2014 Open for Submissions

WeChat Users Send Virtual Envelopes Worth Real Money for Chinese New Year

In China, it is tradition to give red envelopes containing money as gifts during the Lunar New Year holiday. The red color symbolizes good luck.

Guyanese Website Could Be Game Changer in Regional Crime Fighting

Crimefighting in Guyana is changing thanks to a new website - and there's hope that the technology could tip the balance in favour of the good guys throughout the region.

Critical Cybersecurity Issues for the Caribbean

Fairy Tales in the 21st Century

The Other Side of Social Media

The Biggest Indian Blogging Conference In February 2014

Massive Credit Card Data Theft Hits 20 Million South Koreans

In an effort to quell public anger, authorities have released tougher regulations, but people remain livid.

Zhihu: A New Space for Questions and Discussion in China

South Korea: I Would Rather Sell My Personal Info

As Darkness Falls – Berlin Conference

Young Romanian Builds First Car Entirely Made of LEGO Blocks

Iran:Tehran Welcomes China's Help to Launch the National Internet

How Much Longer Can Russia's Zuckerberg, Pavel Durov, Survive at Vkontakte?

Today, the notoriously Kremlin-connected newspaper Izvestia published an article claiming that Durov had resigned as head of Vkontakte, taking most of the staff with him to work on another project.

Talking Trash In Chennai – Through Blogs

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