Month: <span>May 2016</span>

Technology reshapes the dental industry

Skye Dental has a mission to restore the smiles of East Africa’s citizens   By Brian Yatich Being injected in the mouth is one of the most painful experiences one can endure, especially if you have to sit for an hour in a dentist’s chair.   Research has shown that fear of pain is the […]
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Remix Mini

This little PC wants to convert you from your Windows Operating System to Android OS   By Brian Yatich Remix Mini PC has made a grand revolutionary breakthrough to become the world’s first Android PC to launch in Kenya in the coming month. The small lozenge-shaped device was engineered by Jide Technology, a Chinese company founded […]
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Keeping your vehicle and building safe

When Macharia’s uncle was carjacked, he swore to teach criminals a lesson By Boniface Kanyamwaya Kelvin Macharia was born in June 1990 in Nakuru County. As a student at Nakuru High School, he was distressed by cockroaches, ants and flies that would find their way into his dormitory. He began to experiment with extracts from […]
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Growing spectre of cyber crime in Africa

Check Point, a global network cyber security vendor has revealed the deep disparities in the threat environments in Africa, and the potential for increased attacks as cyber-criminals target mobile devices. At the end of the first quarter of 2016 (January – March 2016), Nigeria ranks as the 16th highest ranked country, moving up two places […]
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Finlux Tv makes an entry in Kenya

Turkey’s TV manufacturer and the largest in Europe in terms of market share, Vestel’s Finlux TV brand has entered the Kenyan market through online retail platform Jumia. Finlux is renowned for its cutting edge and innovative technology, one of the first electronic brands to be sold predominantly online and on its own dedicated e-commerce site. […]
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ShowMax expands footprint across Sub-Saharan Africa

  By Brian Yatich ShowMax a video on demand provider which was initially launched in South Africa in August 2015 is expanding to 36 additional countries in sub-Saharan Africa. The Naspers-owned internet television provider service costs US$ 7.99 (about Kshs 800) per month for unlimited viewing. The service includes a Kiswahili language section and a […]
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Vodacom pulls plug on mobile money service M-Pesa in SA

Vodacom will discontinue its mobile money service M-Pesa in South Africa after it failed to attract enough support in its slow-growing home market, the telecommunications firm said on Monday. The service, which enables text message transactions on mobile phones, has been hugely popular in Kenya and Tanzania, but Vodacom sees little prospect of achieving a […]
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