Google has started the global roll-out of its new Chat messaging service, which is designed to replace SMS text messages on Android phones. Chat has features such as group texts, videos, typing indicators and read receipts, which are not available when sending SMS texts.
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.
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.
The Russian government has started legal proceedings to block the Telegram messaging app in the country. The Roskomnadzor media regulator is seeking the block because the firm has refused to hand over encryption keys used to scramble messages.
Toshiba, one of the world’s leading technology companies, is worried about the influx of fake products on the markets in recent times.
Almost everyone uses one daily, but most people don’t know much about how smartphones really work. Instead there are lots of half-truths and falsehoods floating about concerning mobiles. Many stem from the early days of these devices.
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.
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.
Mr Prince Pkasra, an Information and Communications Technology (ICT) expert, has expressed concerns over how people were using stolen Softwares.
This week’s spotlight on news that the construction phase of Ghana’s natural gas production project at Atuabo, in the Western Region, had neared 99.9% completion, came in the nick of time.