[ad_1] This is one hot battle. One that some would say, was lost before it started. Preliminary results show that most people would prefer to bag a Galaxy Note9 over an OPPO Find X but should we easily give over the crown to Samsung or there’s an actual fight we should pay attention to? Having… Continue reading Samsung Galaxy Note 9 vs OPPO Find X: Beauty or Brains?
[ad_1] I have been playing with HMD Global’s Nokia 7 Plus that launched in the Kenyan market a couple of months ago. It is an excellent device, and after a review piece that was primarily handled by my colleague, we moved on to other devices for the same exercise, until up to less than two… Continue reading Android 9 Pie’s Exclusive Digital Wellbeing Feature Out of Beta, Available for the Nokia 7 Plus
[ad_1] Early this August, social media giant Facebook released tools that let you measure how much time you spend on Facebook and Instagram. The features were still not fully baked at launch and two and a half months in, they are still limited to the two apps. These measures are a result of the Time… Continue reading Is It Worth It Knowing How Much Time You’ve Spent on Facebook, Instagram?
[ad_1] Meet the Nigerian woman who is a market leader in smart card technology. It is usually unheard of when a woman takes interest in technology. Most women have been brought up believing that tech and Science are for men. However, we are lucky enough to have women like Kofo Akinkugbe. She is globally recognised… Continue reading Meet The Nigerian Woman Who Is A Market Leader In Smart Card Technology
[ad_1] The password is one of those problematic things that we have to use to login to our online accounts. Although the password is used as a security measure to secure our accounts, constant breeches and people using dumb passwords like 1234 don’t make the case anymore for passwords. The future of passwords has always hinged on… Continue reading Microsoft Moves to a Password Free Future for Microsoft Services
[ad_1] With increasing data costs, most internet users have now become more cautious about how they spend their money especially concerning data bundles. Most telcos have created value for their subscribers by adding new bundle features on top of what they regularly offer to cushion their customers. Airtel’s revamped Amazing Data Bundles offer is a… Continue reading My Experience Using Airtel’s Amazing Data Bundles
[ad_1] MTN already has early adopters of the Software- Defined Wide area Network dubbed MTN SD- WAN, who have tested, proven and eventually rolled it out to their WAN in Kenya and East Africa. Below are 6 main reasons cited by the early adopters on why they made the move to SD-WAN: 1. MTN SD-WAN… Continue reading Six reasons why early adopting clients have piloted and rolled out MTN SD- WAN
[ad_1] If you’re currently trying to buy an already existing business, the current owner will likely ask you to make them an offer. This is at times the hardest part of making any purchase, as it can be hard to determine something’s worth unless you have studied it before. The goal is to ensure… Continue reading Tips to Help You Determine a Business’s Worth
[ad_1] For a few days now, there has been an uproar on social media after a Safaricom customer took it to Facebook to complain of how the telco deducted more funds from her M-Pesa account than she expected after a friend asked her to buy him data bundles. The complaint calls out Safaricom for “theft”… Continue reading Sambaza Data Relationship with Okoa Jahazi, What You Need to Know
[ad_1] Time and time again, we’ve seen how social media can turn anything into a meme. This is usually true across the social networking apps: Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Reddit…you name it. Twitter is notorious for creating memes and people out there are quick enough to go to your image manipulation software to turn… Continue reading Kenyan Vlogger’s Day as a MEME is all the Comic Relief we Need