YOU might be wondering what BranchOut is. Or you could be unlucky enough not to know what LinkedIn is either, in which case, I would advise you to fire your ISP. Information Services Provider, that is. The faster way to find out, anyway, is to click the two words to read the linked articles. For…
Interesting times that we are living in today. We live in a gadgetised world: If such a term ever exists. While the adoption of mobile phones in the world is relatively low – especially in Africa, there are things like radios, televisions, watches – gadgets we’ve seen our entire lives. I know for a fact…
Ever wondered what happens to your online accounts when you die? Over the last few years, Facebook’s been the bearer of the bad news of the death of a few friends of mine. It is always a moment of shock when the time between the news friend’s passing on and the last status update is…
“FACEBOOK is in a funk,” wrote CNN’s Matt Rosoff ahead of Facebook’s f8 conference on Thursday. He was explaining that Facebook needed a “big hit” as it hadn’t made any big announcement in almost a year. The last time they were in the news – okay: the last time they had a big hit was…
Facebook’s biggest “weakness” thus far has been its tendency to pay little (or from some people’s point of view, no) attention to users’ privacy. And that’s the very question Google set out to answer when they launched Google+ a few months ago.
The statistics that pop-up on various news and technology websites always refer to the: increasing number of mobile users in Africa; the increasing number of Facebook subscribers in Africa; and the increasing number of tech start-ups and tech-innovators springing up in Africa. Why?
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