Thursday, February 21, 2019

Facebook Brings Express Wi-Fi to Ghana

Facebook, together with Vodafone Ghana, has launched an Express Wi-Fi facility in the residential areas of Ghana. The service provides people living in remote areas...

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.

WhatsApp Limits Number of Times A User Can Forward Messages

WhatsApp Inc., out of global concern that the platform was being used to spread fake news, manipulated photos, and audio hoaxes is now limiting the number of times a...

Collection #1 Data Breach Marks One of the Largest in History

A massive database containing 772,904,991 unique email addresses and more than 21 million unique passwords were recently posted to an online hacking forum. The hack...

NBCUniversal Set to Launch Streaming Service in 2020

The streaming service boom is still in full swing as NBCUniversal plans to launch its own contender to Netflix’s throne in early 2020. The...

WhatsApp Testing Fingerprint Lock on Android

WhatsApp is reported to be testing a fingerprint lock feature on the Android version of the app to protect chats. According to WABetaInfo, the feature...

Nigeria’s Digital Publishing Company “Publiseer” to Partner with Google

Nigeria’s digital publishing company, Publiseer, is set to partner with Google Play Books to support Google’s digital book distribution service in fulfilling the publishing requests it receives in...

Personal Details of Blur Users Compromised

Users of Blur, a browser add-on designed to protect online information created by Abine, might have had personal information "potentially exposed." On December 13,...

Ghana, Nigeria Rank High Globally in Crypto-Markets

Global crypto-currency marketplace Paxful, has released a report that puts Ghana and Nigeria on its list of top 10 markets internationally. Ranking alongside giants like the...

Amazon’s AlexaSends User Stranger’s Files

Amazon's Alexa, sent a complete stranger's 1,700 audio files, to a user after he requested access to his own recordings. The man had requested access...

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