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.

Local health app Docta Ghana is a mobile service connecting Ghanaians to healthcare

Technology is virtually taking a turn in all spheres of human life. From mobile phones connecting people world apart to apps that are making life pretty simple. The health of an individual is the prime fuel that keeps life moving.

Gov’t committed to fight against cyber crime – Minister

The government remains committed to the fight against cybercrime, the Minister of Communications, Ursula Owusu-Ekufful,  has said. She said the Communications Ministry had been tasked with the responsibility to champion cyber security initiatives in the country, which according to her, could be executed successfully.

Top 4 Ghanaian jobs which are dying out slowly; thanks to technology

Yes, the robotic age is soon dawning on us and this will take away some of our jobs, some of them which are in-demand currently are soon endangered owing to rapid technology adoption and innovation in automation.

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.

New Nokia 3310 now on sale for 278 cedis

The newly improved Nokia 3310 is finally now on sale to customers around the world. Unlike its predecessor, the new phones have a camera (two megapixels) and have internet connectivity.

6 reasons why Google’s “Android Go” will be a winner for Africa

I am more than just a Google/Android fanatic, I hate Apple OS with a great passion and my friend and colleague, Kwame Boakye, will testify to how much I preach Android over iOS.

All the best telecom adverts we’ve seen on TV in Ghana

Every now and then, an advert comes along that you just can’t get out of your head. Good or bad, funny or cringe-worthy, these commercials stay in the memory long after they have stopped showing on the television.

ICT expert expresses concern over theft of softwares

Mr Prince Pkasra, an Information and Communications Technology (ICT) expert, has expressed concerns over how people were using stolen Softwares.

Smartphones may be to blame for unprecedented rise in pedestrian deaths

It’s a dangerous world for pedestrians, and smartphones aren’t helping. A new report estimates that in 2016, the United States saw its largest annual increase in pedestrian fatalities since such record keeping began 40 years ago.
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