PC Tech Magazine, a leading technology magazine, this week launched a new portal, dedicated for reviews of gadgets and software applications.
The portal, dubbed PC Tech Reviews is the latest addition to PC Tech’s growing online empire that already includes a jobs board, a directory, a blog aggregation portal called Apparently This Matters, in addition to the four online editions of publication for Kenya, Ghana and Nigeria.
Since its launch in 2010, PC Tech has grown to become a leading source for ICT news, information and resources for the Connected Generation. The Magazine, online and in a monthly Print Magazine, reports on the importance of digital innovation and how it empowers and inspires people around the Africa.
The magazine that is printed and circulated in East Africa.
Founder, Albert Mucunguzi, noted that the difficulty of getting good original content is the the current challenge facing the company.
“Content is very expensive. And unfortunately for our economy at the moment, publishers don’t quite get as much money as would be needed to pay writers what they’re worth,” he noted.
“The launch of PC Tech Reviews is a step in the right direction. We have put in place a dedicated team of reviewers who will work overtime to fill the site with professional reviews over the coming weeks.”
“Hopefully, such initiatives will help shape the future of our industry,” he added.
In 2010, a partnership with Ghana’s Pearl Richards’ Foundation lead to the launch of the magazine in the country. PC Tech has since established further strategic partnerships with organizations across the continent including Umuntu Media (South Africa), Ibadan University (Nigeria), Makerere University Business School (Uganda), Uganda Goes Online (UGO) and Informa Telecoms & Media (South Africa/UK).
PC Tech has also organized, and/or hosted events in Uganda and Ghana, including the Africa Internet Entrepreneurs Conference (Kampala) and the Africa Digital Week (Accra, Ghana).
The launch of PC Tech Reviews offers readers an opportunity to read technical insights about gadgets and software before they can use them.