Kampala, Uganda - The U.S. Mission Uganda today launched its social media platform at the forum/cocktail organized by the 3600 Network in Kampala. According the the U.S. Mission, the move is intended to increase public and media access to the Mission events and announcements.
The pages give resources to students, media, businesspeople, and others interested in promoting ties between the United States and Uganda. They are a source of information about current events, U.S. News, media, cultural and educational events sponsored by the U.S. Mission in Uganda.
Matrix Comsec, the leading IP-PBX manufacturer in India and Yealink Network Technology Co. Ltd, a leading designer and manufacturer of IP Voice and Video Phones, have completed interoperability testing between Matrix IP-PBX and Yealink IP Phones.
One of the largest dedicated Microsoft technology partners in the world has officially opened shop in SA.
Avanade, a merger between Microsoft (20%) and consulting and outsourcing group Accenture (80%), addressed the media at its official launch, in Rosebank, on Friday.
Budget airline 1time is introducing Apple’s iPad 2 into the pilots’ flight deck as an all-in-one electronic flight bag.
Pilots will have electronic fingertip access to a variety of vital resources normally included in a pilot’s carry-on flight bag.
Company registers progress but cautions of "a long road ahead" (pun intended), especially when navigating snow-covered roadways and interpreting temporary construction signals.
Google screws around with a lot of far out, even cockamamie projects -- well, because it can and it's fun. Two good reasons that few can fault.
And it's also a good way to push the proverbial tech envelope. So it is that Google's update about the company's self-driving car project suggests this is turning into something more than Sergey & Larry's homebrew experiment.