Are the Tech Giants Performing as Promised?

At the turn of the century (1998-2001), stocks of tech companies were considered the classic ‘pump and dump’. They were just too volatile and too risky that conservative investors sought refuge instead in the so called ‘blue-chip’ companies. But as the recent quarterly financial results of current tech giants reveal, this is clearly not the

Rwanda to Have the World’s First Drone Airport

The government of Rwanda is moving quickly to establish regulatory frameworks for remotely piloted aircrafts, following interest from an investor to build the first airport for drones in the country, with construction expected to commence early in 2017. In November, Norman Foster, who is a world renowned British architect, expressed his firm’s interest in building