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What is Zoom? Video conferencing platform you can use in Kenya

With the global Coronavirus pandemic, more people are working from home at the moment, following the governments advisory. This calls for a system that will allow people to work remotely in a bid to connect with colleagues, zoom comes into place; a video conference and meeting platform. Zoom is a web-based video conferencing tool with […]
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Kenya joins the world in celebrating international open data day 2020

Kenya joins the world in celebrating international open data day 2020

Government and other stakeholders in the ICT the sector today converged at Strathmore University to join the world in celebrating the International Open Data Day. The event running under the theme; ‘Towards sustainable open data access in Kenya’ seeks to address some of the challenges facing Kenya in terms of access to credible and reliable data for […]
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Andela, Australian Government hosts Women in Tech Event

Andela, the technology company that builds distributed engineering teams with Africa’s top software engineers recently hosted a Women in Tech event in Nairobi. The event was hosted in partnership with the Australian Government. The event was graced by Her Excellency Alison Chartres – the Australian High Commissioner to Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda; Ambassador to Burundi; designate to Somalia, as well […]
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Worldwide spending on augmented and virtual reality to reach $18.8 billion in 2020, IDC

IDC predicts Worldwide spending on AR & VR to reach $18.8 billion in 2020

Worldwide spending on augmented reality and virtual reality (AR/VR) is forecast to be $18.8 billion in 2020, an increase of 78.5% over the $10.5 billion International Data Corporation (IDC) expects will be spent in 2019. The latest update to IDC’s Worldwide Augmented and Virtual Reality Spending Guide also shows that worldwide spending on AR/VR products […]
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Facebook hosts Facebook iD8 in Nairobi to celebrate tech ecosystem

Facebook hosts Facebook iD8 in Nairobi to celebrate tech ecosystem

Facebook (www.facebook.com) on Friday brought together over 400 developers, startups and businesses from across Sub-Saharan Africa in a first of its kind conference dubbed “Facebook iD8 Nairobi”. The event is part of Facebook’s effort to create opportunities for innovation, community building and education throughout the continent. “Facebook iD8 Nairobi” created a space for developers and […]
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Digify Africa graduates first Cohort of digital marketing bootcamp

Digify Africa in partnership with Facebook celebrated the first Cohort graduates from the award-winning digital marketing bootcamp, Digify Pro in Nairobi, Kenya. The students who were on an 8 week training were equipped with skills needed in the digital space i.e Digital Marketing Analytics and Measurement, Content Marketing, Email Marketing and Digital Strategy Development among […]
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IDTechEx Report: Radars 2020-2030: Technologies, Future Trends, Forecasts

IDTechEx Report: Radars 2020-2030: Technologies, Future Trends, Forecasts

Cambridge, UK Radars evolve towards 4D imaging with improved resolution and object detection AIs, surpassing $15Bn as forecast by IDTechEx Research in their latest report on the topic, covering ADAS and autonomous driving, 4D imaging radars, semiconductor technology, low insertion loss materials, advanced packaging, deep learning, object detection/classification/tracking.   The latest report from IDTechEx research “Radars 2020-2030: […]
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Rwanda to play host to Africa Tech Summit

Following last year’s Africa Tech Summit (ATS) which connected more than 500 decision-makers representing 345 companies from 45 countries, the 2020 edition will host three tracks – The Money and Blockchain Summit, Africa Start-up Summit and The Future Summit. The third annual Africa Tech Summit Kigali will take place in February next year, bringing together corporates, startups and investors […]
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Why revolutionary technologies will drive African prosperity

Right now, we’re at a tipping point in Africa’s development. We’re hurtling headlong into the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), which has the potential to turbocharge the socio-economic development of the entire African continent. We’ve got the youngest continent in the world, with 60% of Africa’s 1.25 billion people under the age of 25. If we […]
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