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I predict the death of the SIM card thanks to Apple
The changing face of how we consume TV content in Africa
Apple announces the iPad Air 2: The world’s thinnest tablet and More
Today Apple has unveiled the successor to last year's iPad Air, called the iPad Air 2. At 6.1mm thick, this puts it among Sony's Xperia tablets which are also thing with a similar thickness. It's 18% thinner than the iPad Air. iPad next to iPad Air 2 looks like a gigantic monster from another time. Like it runs on steam.
After all the waiting and anticipation, Microsoft has finally started giving hints about its plans to kill off the Nokia and Windows Phone brands as we saw last month. Microsoft Lumia will replace the Nokia brand name --this comes after a slow transition from Nokia.com over to Microsoft's new mobile site.
If for any reason you feel like Apple's latest iOS 8 doesn't cut doesn't for you? Or more so, the latest iPhones are not your thing? I guess it's high time for you to look at the other side of the fence.Google knows Android is the answer.The company has published a guide to help you switch from iOS to its newest platform, Android Lollipop.
Mike Moyer Author of Slicing Pie: Funding a bussiness with no funds talks to techjaja about how to equally divide roles in a start-up as part of his slicing the pie strategy and how to make money with no funds.
Slicing the pie, more so when every one wants a piece and you are not King Solomon will definitely not come easy. So how do you go about slicing this pie? This was the question at the first start-up grind event that was hosted in Kampala to mark the annual Google for entrepreneurs week running from October 20th to 25th.
Uganda's telecommunication regulator, UCC early this month halted the sale of Majority shareholding in Orange Uganda to Africell holdings. This a sharp U -turn after the same commission okay-ed the sale in August this year. UCC's latest move comes as no surprise. This comes after the former employees of Orange Uganda sued the company through the legal services of M/S OWEN MURANGINRA & CO Advocates to recover their benefits as stated in their appointment letters from Orange Uganda before the sale if affected.
Apple’s current move against SIM cards may have no effect to mobile phone users in Africa today, but trust me the way other manufactures adopt Apple’s ideologies — it would be no surprise to see a SIM card-less smartphone in the next few years. A SIM ... I predict the death of the SIM card thanks to Apple. Wondering how it will affect mobile users in Africa? Read on.