Just as we expected, Apple has now made iOS 8.4 available to everyone for download and with it comes Apple Music the most long awaited feature. . The company's new music streaming service is included in this release. So today also marks the official debut of Apple Music.
WhatsApp for Android goes racially diverse with new emojis
Racial diversity is such a big issue now days, and this has also tricked down in the apps we use on a daily basis. After Apple included new racially diverse emoji with iOS 8.3 WhatsApp has also gone ahead and added support for it within its Android app. WhatsApp has always been using Apple’s emoji set, so this comes as no surprise. Just like on iOS, emojis support multi-color options can be pressed and held to
Uganda finally meets the digital migration deadline. Does this dictate a change in media consumption?
Statistics assume that a few households within boundaries of Uganda own a television set. Of the staggering 30 million plus people, it's very shocking to reveal that close to 3.2 million people of the said 30 actually own a TV set of which 2 million are concentrated within Kampala and it's suburbs.
Facebook will soon be opening its first office in Africa
Keenly eyeing the future and targeting the next billion users, Facebook will be opening its first office in Africa. Based in South Africa Johannesburg suburb, the offices will be run by Nunu Ntshingila. The current estimated Facebook users in Africa are about 120 million which is a small number compared to the more than a billion people who call it home. The company has already been seen active in its
Airtel Mobile Money App: A chat with Paul Langlois director Airtel Money at Airtel Uganda
Innovation keeps on taking us to greater levels, and Airtel is doing just that with the Airtel mobile money app. Since it is the first of its kind in the region, we had a one-on-one with the Airtel Money director Paul Langlois, so he can tell us more about this game-changing product.
This new Samsung battery technology could double your smartphone longevity
We nowadays carry around portable smartphone battery packs to keep our phones working till the day ends. Samsung researchers have developed a new Samsung battery technology could double your smartphone's battery life, Using lithium-ion batteries, the new technologist can extending battery life on a nanoscale.
Eddy Kenzo becomes first Ugandan to win BET Award
Ugandan music sensation Eddy Kenzo, last night became the first Ugandan to win a BET award. The Sitya Loss star whose rise to fame came thanks to the millions of YouTube views won the best New International Artist accolade.
Airtel still rumored to exit African market: TMT Finance
Early this week, finance specialist news, research and high end networking website TMT Finance reported that Indian telecom operator Bharti Airtel could be considering plans to withdraw entirely from the African continent, where it operates in 17 markets, after failing to turn a profit since acquiring the portfolio from Zain for US$10.7bn five years ago, TMT Finance understands.
Online banking in Uganda: 10 security tips that you should know
From way back, our ancestors had the their effective ways of keeping their valuables like gold, minerals and other trading currencies away from the sharp guys(city born). They dug holes where they were kept underground, in bushes etc. However, times have changed-- today, most valuable items such as money, wills, are kept with the financial institutions (banks) and with the advancement of technology a lot of things have come on board including ATMs, online banking, mobile banking.
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