Thursday, February 21, 2019

Google Releases Password Checkup for Chrome

In the age of data breaches and hacking, account security has never been more critical. If any account suffers a data breach, the password could end up in...

MTN Deepens Ties with Ghana Police

MTN Ghana Foundation has launched the building of a 24-unit classroom block for the Ghana Police Education System in Tesano. The education block, equipped...

Vodafone Ghana Declines Stock Exchange Listing

Vodafone Ghana has stated that it does not plan to list its shares on the Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE) as required before they were allocated a 4G license.

Mobile Phone Company, Lava Launches in Ghana

Lava, a growing Indian mobile phone company, has started operations in Ghana with assurances to deliver efficient mobile technology to consumers. The launch featured smartphones...

Huawei Officially Charged by US Justice Department

This week, the US Justice Department revealed a slew of charges against Huawei, intending to have Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou extradited to the United States.

Facebook to Merge Instagram, WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger

Founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg has announced his intention to integrate Instagram, WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger. The initiative is to ensure that, a Facebook user...

Forbes8 App Officially Launched in Ghana

Forbes in partnership with local internet service provider, Busy Internet have launched the Forbes8 App with the aim of championing entrepreneurship to build a better future.

Huawei Launches 5G Multi-mode Chipset and 5G CPE Pro

Huawei has officially launched its 5G multi-mode chipset Balong 5000 today – along with the first commercial 5G device powered by it, the Huawei 5G CPE Pro.

VIAVI Selected to Validate World’s First End-to-End Cloud-Native Mobile Network

Viavi Solutions Inc. has today announced that Rakuten, Inc., one of the world’s leading internet services companies and soon to be the newest mobile network operator in Japan, has selected...

Telecom Companies Refuse to Pay NCA Fine

Last year, the National Communications Authority (NCA) fined Ghanaian Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) GH¢34,065,000 for various infractions in their license conditions. But the Telecom firms...