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4G networks support communities through Covid-19 pandemic – Part 2

Building the 5G future on a 4G networks foundation The latest report from GSA shows, by the end of May 2020, 386 operators globally had announced they were investing in…

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Huawei 4G Networks

4G networks support communities through Covid-19 pandemic – Part 1

Much of the current hype in the telecommunications space focuses on the roll-out of 5G technology, the new mobile networks that will power the fourth industrial revolution (4IR). But it…

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lagest store

World’s Largest Huawei Flagship Store Opens on East Nanjing Road, Shanghai

Huawei hosted the Grand Opening of its largest Huawei flagship store on Shanghai East Nanjing Road. The Store is Located in the Nanjing Building in the city’s thriving commercial hub,…

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Huawei Deputy

Huawei Deputy Chairman Lauds Success of DigiTruck in Providing Digital Skills in Kenya; Announces Expansion to Five Additional Countries

Huawei Deputy Chairman Ken Hu outlined its vision and action plan for education under its digital inclusion initiative TECH4ALL at the Global Education Webinar entitled “Driving Equity and Quality with…

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UNICEF and Microsoft announce new partnership to address the COVID-19 education crisis

More than 190 countries have closed schools forcing over 1.57 billion students out of their classrooms.  UNICEF and Microsoft Corporation has today announced the expansion of a global learning platform…

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WHO partners with WhatsApp to bring COVID-19 facts to billions

The World Health Organization has struck a partnership with WhatsApp, a Facebook-owned messaging platform to bring COVID-19 facts to the billions of people on the app. WHO yesterday launched the…

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Racism Against Individuals Of Asian Descent Is Spreading Faster Than The CoronaVirus

The Coronavirus is slowly transitioning from being an epidemic to a pandemic as the COVID-19 continues to spread outside China and Asia at large. Europe and the United States of…

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Why Larry Tesler is the tech pioneer you owe a lot

Larry Tesler is the man you owe a lot even in his death, without his invention, I’m not sure where the world of computing would be now, probably people would…

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Microsoft AI is being developed in stringent conformity to AI ethics

At the end of November 2018  the Chief Information Officers (CIOs) in East Africa assembled for a two day CIO100 Symposium at Enashipai Resort and Spa, Naivasha, to talk about among…

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Government bans Telegram in Russia

A Moscow court cleared the way on Friday for the government to ban Telegram, the messaging app, over its failure to give Russian security services the ability to read users’…

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How to mine Bitcoin

With traditional currencies, governments print and distribute the currency. However, the lack of a centralized authority controlling the bitcoin network necessitates a smart and fair way to come up with…

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Biggest Tech deal: Broadcom’s $117 billion takeover of Qualcomm faces hitches.

Microchip maker Broadcom Ltd cut its bid for Qualcomm Inc on Wednesday by 4 percent to $117 billion( Ksh11 Trillion) as it objected to Qualcomm’s decision to raise its own…

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One Source Live A Festival of ‘Creative Revolutionaries’

People all over the world can’t stop talking about One Source Live A Festival of ‘Creative Revolutionaries’, and they’re already looking forward to it. Finding other festivals that specifically celebrate…

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World Economic Forum optimistic about Global Economic Growth

Davos, Switzerland. It’s hard to imagine that in normal circumstances there is usually a public swimming pool in at the Davos World Economic Forum meet up. For now, it is…

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SpaceX test-fires the most powerful rocket

Yesterday, SpaceX simultaneously fired up all 27 engines on its new massive Falcon Heavy rocket. This is a crucial final test for the vehicle before its first flight in the…

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COCA-COLA Announces Global plan to reduce Plastic Pollution

The Coca-Cola Company announced today that it is fundamentally reshaping its approach to packaging, with a global goal to help collect and recycle the equivalent of 100% of its packaging…

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Wannacry Ransomware Cyberattack has affected over 15 institutions in Kenya

Wannacry Ransomware Cyberattack is one of the worst cyberattacks in the Internet history, having affected over 150 countries and high value institutions in Europe. Institutions that have already been affected…

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How to Hire the Right Private Investigator

Hiring a private investigator is the best solution in circumstances where you need to track down someone or you need to find out secret information about a person. Not all…

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Those with criminal records can still travel to the US but only with the US Entry Waiver

Since Donald Trump took over the White House, traveling to the US has become a nightmare for a number of people around the world. With this difficulty, imagine how difficult…

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WikiLeaks offers assistance to Apple And Google In Disarming CIA Hacking Tools

Julius Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks has promised that his organization would help companies like Apple, Google and Samsung to defend themselves against recently released hacking tools.  The tools were…

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Responsive Design Layout and why it’s important

First of all, what is Responsive Design Layout? That’s when a website matches the screen resolution of the user that is currently browsing it. The way people perceive content depends…

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Amazon lowers free shipping limit

Amazon has lowered its free shipping minimum for non-Prime members to $35 — a nearly 29% drop. The company had increased its free shipping limit to $49 from $35 almost…

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DHL Express rolls out On Demand Delivery in Sub-Saharan Africa

  DHL Express has announced the launch of On Demand Delivery for the Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) region.   On Demand Delivery is currently deployed in 6 countries across SSA –…

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Microsoft calls for a Digital Geneva Convention

Microsoft President Mark Smith has called for a “Digital Geneva Convention” to establish rules against cyber-attacks aimed at civilians. According to Smith, tech companies should remain neutral in international conflicts….

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Giant tech companies up in arms over Trump’s Immigration executive order

International Technology companies have responded to Donald Trump’s immigration executive order that bars people from Syria, Iraq, Iran, Sudan, Somalia, Yemen and Libya entry into the United States for 90…

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How teenagers publishing lies influenced the US voter decision

Hours away from Donald j Trump’s inauguration, we must have a moment of silence for the Republic of Macedonia, located in the southeast of Europe. The county sits on a…

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Windows 10 Growth

Windows 10 growth continues to slow down. Only 26.6% of all Windows machines ran Windows 10 by end of 2016.

As reported by Computer World, the global growth of Windows 10 slowed significantly in December 2016. Despite the slow growth, Windows 10 managed to end the year running on more…

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You can now make Skype calls without the need of an account or downloading the app

There is nothing as enjoyable as being able to connect with your loved ones who are far away. You can go ahead and make a voice call but a video…

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WhatsApp Video Calling is a reality now

Towards the end of last month we wrote to you that WhatsApp had rolled out Video Calling feature though only to the beta testers. Well less than a month later…

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TV White Spaces Brings New Cheaper Internet Acesss at 300 a Month

Remember TV White Spaces? The  Microsoft initiative to bring internet to the masses? Well, It’s on, ladies and gentlemen. Microsoft has been touting the beauty of this technology in ‘Empowering…

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