One of the most powerful features of the internet is its ability to connect people who may be thousands of miles apart but still have a shared interest. Whether you are into vintage German farm equipment, Australian aboriginal crafts, or vintage Canadian currency, you can find kindred spirits online. So...
Snapchat has today announced a surprise partnership with Square that will allow users of the photo app to send payments to one another. In a blog post, the company said that the new feature, dubbed ‘Snapcash,’ allows users to send cash directly to friend’s bank accounts using Square. Once you’ve added...
Mobile games have been around for decades, even if not in the form we know today. The first truly successful mobile game was Snake, a simple piece of software built into several Nokia models released after 1997 - almost exactly a decade before the launch of the iPhone. The...
The past three years the Ugandan e-commerce sector has gone from non-existing to booming. We have seen an explosion of e-commerce companies entering the market and encouraging us to buy and sell cars, clothes, apartments and much more online. The question is, who is actually benefiting from this success?...

There are some pictures that are simply innapropriate for your Facebook pageIf a Facebook picture is worth a thousand words, we're pretty sure there's one word in the lexicon you'd be loath to have associated with you: tool.

(Unless you're a handyman, in which case, carry on.)

Yes, Facebook started off as a gated community for college kids awkwardly trolling for chicks in their rooms because the outside world was just too bright ... too bright. But now, as Mark Zuckerberg sallies forth with his plan to consume all of society, it has become kind of legit.

worldcupThe FIFA Women's World Cup set two new records for number of tweets sent per second on Sunday.

The final game, between USA and Japan, set the new all-time high with 7,196 per second at the end of the game.

The Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) will switch off mobile phone owners who will not have registered their Simcards by August 31. Appearing before the parliament ICT committee, the UCC executive director Godfrey Mutabazi said they have been too patient and extended the deadline several times. “We are going to run...
The internet remains the fastest growing medium for advertising globally and is expected to surpass traditional television by 2020, according to a new report. The report from ZenithOptimedia shows that online already dominated ad spend in Australia, Canada, Denmark, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and the UK in 2014, and will...

facebookThird-party commenting engines like Disqus, Facebook Comments or Intense Debate make it easy for you to enable commenting on any website /blog but there’s one downside – some of these commenting engines are implemented in JavaScript and hence search engines may not be able to read /index the comments that visitors are writing on your web pages.

In other words, your web pages will rarely get any SEO boost as comments are rendered in JavaScript within an and hence the text is not visible to search engines.

You've never heard of XKeyscore, but it definitely knows you. The National Security Agency's top-secret program essentially makes available everything you've ever done on the Internet — browsing history, searches, content of your emails, online chats, even your metadata — all at the tap of the keyboard. The Guardian exposed...