Thursday, February 21, 2019

Security Flaw Gives Hackers Access To Sprint Customer Data

Barely a few days after T-Mobile suffered a security breach in which “only” two million customers were affected, fellow cell carrier Sprint has also had to deal with security issues of their...

NHIS: Electronic Renewal to Commence this December

The National Health Insurance Authority has announced that its Western Regional branch would commence electronic renewal and registration, starting December 19, 2018. This will be done via the internet to cut down the...

MARK ZUCKERBERG TO EXPOLE BLOCKCHAIN

CEO of major global technology companies, Mark Zuckerberg has committed to exploring blockchain. According to him, just as he takes personal challenges in learning new things every year, this year is no...

New Emojis For The Disabled To Be Introduced By Apple

Apple Inc. plans on introducing a new set of emojis to appropriately represent people with disabilities. According to Apple, some of the emojis it plans to add up to its already existing...

Facebook Removes ‘treason’ from User Interest Category

Facebook Inc said on Wednesday, it has removed "treason" from a list of user interest categories that advertisers can target, after Danish state broadcaster DR revealed its existence. As the world's largest...

Instagram’s Co-Founders Resign

Instagram has only been in the social media game for eight years. Co-founders Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger launched the photo-sharing social network exclusively for iOS in late 2010. The service which supports...

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...

GHANAIANS TO START FILING COURT CASES ONLINE

Chief Justice, Sophia Akuffo, has revealed that Ghanaians will soon start filing court cases online. The initiative is likely to commence next month, March 2018. According to her, the online process will improve...

Facebook To Be Banned In Papua New Guinea

Sam Basil, Communication Minister of Papua New Guinea has revealed the country's intention to ban Facebook for a month. This he said, is part of government's effort to identify fake profiles and...

WhatsApp to Start Charging Users

In a bid to increase its revenue base,  WhatsApp is set to introduce a pay-to-use tool where businesses can interact with customers. As part of the initiative, companies will be able to...

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