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.

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.

Court to rule on online luxury resellers

One of Europe’s top courts is due to open a landmark case that could determine whether luxury goods companies can ban online sales. The case has been brought by German make-up and perfume brand Coty.

Governments asked to be committed to technology

Professor Mozammel Huq of the the Uttar Bangla University College in Bangladesh has said the major challenge facing technology development and growth in sub-Saharan Africa was the lack of commitment by governments towards technological capability building.

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.

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.

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.

Prof says democracy must develop Ghana

Prof Mozammel Huq a professor at UttarBangla University College Bangladesh on Wednesday commended Ghana for sustaining its democratic credential which has given the country recognition and respect in the world.

Ghana adopts energy saving technology

Ghana’s energy challenges is no secret. The West African State spends an estimated $1.8 billion on light crude oil alone, just to power its thermal generators.

Nokia 3310 mobile phone resurrected at MWC 2017

Nokia’s 3310 phone has been relaunched nearly 17 years after its debut. Many consider the original handset iconic because of its popularity and sturdiness. More than 126 million were produced before it was phased out in 2005.
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