MTN launches 2014 Internet Festival

MTN on Monday launched the fourth edition of MTN internet festival dubbed iFest to create awareness about the internet and usage of data services on the network.

Forget Uber, check the new cheaper transport app launched by a 23-year-old university dropout

Ordering a taxi by app has just become even cheaper. Taxify, an Estonian competitor to Uber, will launch in the city on Tuesday with a 50% discount on fares during September to get people downloading its app.

Facebook urged to be more transparent over ‘censorship’

oalition of more than 70 civil rights groups has urged Facebook to be clearer about the content it removes. In a letter to Mark Zuckerberg, the group accused the social network of ”disproportionate censorship of Facebook users of colour”.

Tech-savvy energy tips everyone should know

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Governments asked to be committed to technology

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Hackable passwords of the year

Some web users still don’t get passwords, adopting easy-to-crack phrases such as “123456,” “password,” “qwerty,” or “baseball” to protect their computers and mobile devices, a new survey shows.

Mark Zuckerberg Sues Dead People

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is once again going after his neighbours in his latest effort to ensure his 700-acre Hawaiian compound remains impenetrable.

Uber avoids ban in Egypt over taxi driver lawsuit

Uber has faced more than a few service shutdowns over legal issues, but it just dodged a bullet in Egypt… at least, for a while. A court has negated a decision that would have suspended the licenses of both Uber and its local rival Careem for allegedly violating transportation laws.

Bill Gates warns the world to prep for bio-terrorism

Bill Gates says it’s time to redirect some of the money the world spends on weapons to prepare for a looming threat: terrorists with pathogens.

How Ghanaian drivers may be cheating Uber and car owners

Uber has had its troubles across the globe since its launch in March 2009. The latest of which is a report that Uber has accidentally underpaid its drivers in New York City over the past two and a half years.
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