France Telecom is continuing its international growth drive with partners of the Lower Indian Ocean Network (LION2) consortium to construct a submarine cable in the Indian Ocean.
Following the introduction of the LION network cable that linked Madagascar to the world through connections in Reunion Island Mauritius, this is second phase of France Telecom's Indian Ocean plan.
Google celebrates its Birthday today, As the clock struck 12 the Google doodle changed and a cake with a candle and having name Google on it appears as Google doodle to celebrate the 12th Birthday of Google in the year 2010. All of you most certainly seen the doodle by now on the home page of Google.
Google is not only the biggest search giant but also it has become the part of our online searches and no doubt Google has changed the whole world and tied everyone into a single knot.
On the 23rd – 24th September 2010, The PearlRichards Foundation (www.pearlrichards.org), welcomes the youth and graduates of Ghana to the 2nd Ghana Youth and Graduates Conference 2010 (GGC 2010). This conference is a pre-conference towards the ECOWAS Youth and Graduates Conference which will be organized in Ghana in 2011.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduced a revamped Apple TV device, a new iPod line, an iTunes social network and updates to the operating system for the iPhone, iPod Touch and the iPad at Apple's highly anticipated product launch event on Wednesday.
Apple TV, which hasn't sold well and which Jobs has referred to as a "hobby," got a major revision. The new device is a quarter the size of the current model, fits in the palm of your hand, and sells for just $99 (UGX 200,000) -- much less than the (UGX 500,000) of the current model.
The British teen—who lives in Corby, Northamptonshire—got his first computer age seven. Three years later he got a Mac and taught himself web design. Four years later—at age 14, in 2008—he started his first company. It was a simple site that some of you may know: Mac Bundle Box. The site was pretty, rooted into Apple's own design guidelines and style, but actually was even closer to MacHeist, which has done the same package-bundling price plan for a while now.
NEW YORK – BlackBerrys still fly off the shelves. They still convey the message that their owners mean business — that they’re people who are important enough to need e-mail access all the time.
But BlackBerrys are now being challenged by phones that say you can have your e-mail, and have fun, too.
Research In Motion Ltd., the maker of the BlackBerry, revealed a new phone Tuesday, August 3rd, that says the company is still in the game, but it’s doing so by catching up to the competition rather than by breaking new ground.
The Torch will be RIM’s first device with both a touch screen and the BlackBerry’s signature full-alphabet keypad. It hits AT&T stores on Aug. 12 for $199 with a two-year contract.
Last month, PC Tech launched a new online platform, Digital Learning Africa, a tool for cataloguing online resources for educators and students on the African continent.
This initiative, developed in partnership with Pearl Richards Foundation (www.pearlrichards.org) underscores PC Tech’s commitment to supporting technology education in Africa, following an earlier launched initiative, PC Tech Educate, in which the company donates free copies of PC Tech magazine to libraries of various schools and institutions per month.