Vivaldi’s New Update Release Brings a ‘History Feature’ to make our Work Much Easier

Vivaldi Technologies has today unveiled the new History feature for its Vivaldi browser - that will give users insights into their online behavior backed by statistics and visual clues. The feature will let...

Uganda Ranked 7th Top Internet Using Country in Africa

American Business Magazine Forbes has ranked Uganda as the 7th top internet Using Country on the African continent. Uganda has an internet penetration rate of 28.6 % with just 11,924,927 people having access...

List of Useless Websites!

First shared in 2013, these unique websites are very amazing. On this list, you will find some surprises, while some will require wisdom for you to get the logic. If you have having...

UN Broadband Commission: Time for a “New Deal” if Broadband is to reach everyone,...

The Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development has committed to concrete actions that will spur the roll-out of broadband around the world. Currently, some 5 billion people are without mobile broadband access, meaning that...
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INFOGRAPHIC: Top 100 Websites That Are Ruling the Internet

Google, the top website in the world according to Alexa rankings, receiving over 28 billion visits a month. This means it takes the number one traffic spot, of 1.1 billion websites...

Kenya Internet Speed Fastest in Africa, Middle East – Report

The latest Akimai State of the internet report has placed Kenya’s Internet speed at the top in the whole of East Africa and Middle East. Akamai Technologies; is a global leader in...

New Update in Gmail Let’s You Video Stream Attachments Before Downloading

Early this week, Google updated its Gmail Android app - giving users the ability to Send Money easily using the Google Wallet via the Attachment option. This feature first appeared on the web...

Liquid Telecom Rolls Out Fiber Optic Network to Connect Over 16 Regions in Zimbabwe

Liquid Telecom has started rolling out its fiber optic network in the southern and eastern parts of Zimbabwe to meet the growing demand for internet services, an official said. Wellington Makamure; the...
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY PIERRE DONADIEU People participate in the 48-hour "hackathon" event, in which seven teams compete to develop innovative applications to facilitate access to information in Africa, at the Ecole Superieure Africaine des Technologies et des Communications in Abidjan on April 18, 2015. In Ivory Coast, only 200,000 out of 23 million inhabitants have an internet subscription, according to the government. The goal of the "hackathon" is "to identify and support projects that will allow better access to information in African countries", a co-organizer of the event said. AFP PHOTO / ISSOUF SANOGO (Photo credit should read ISSOUF SANOGO/AFP/Getty Images)

Africa Gets its Own Web Address ‘.africa’

Africa now has the unique web address .africa, equivalent to the more familiar .com, following its official launch by the African Union. AU commission chairperson Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma hailed its creation as...

Stable Version of ‘Google Chrome 57’ Rolls Out To Mac, Windows, and Linux Users

Google's Chromium team on Thursday announced that the global roll-out of the Chrome 57 stable version which will be available for Mac, Linux, and Windows users in the coming weeks, while Android...
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