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Is Smile communications closing shop in Uganda?

The green network, Smile is apparently closing its business in Uganda. According to insider information, it is not all rosy at the once promising ISP best known for its unlimited internet bundles and a good quality of service.

Remittance service WorldRemit raises $40 million to target 5 million customers...

Remittance service WorldRemit has raised $40m to drive its next phase of global growth, aiming to serve 10 million customers connected to emerging markets. Half of these customers will be in Africa.  

Check out Qualcomms Snapdragon 845 that will power both Android flagships...

We now know that it is a reality for an ARM based chip to power a laptop and have a strong battery at that  but we can’t even stray further than saying that the first chip to make this a reality is the Snapdragon 835, which has seen an even better chip replace it called the Snapdragon 845

These new laptops run on a smartphone chip and promise you...

Smartphone or tablet based chips running a full windows laptop is not news as we earlier reported about Microsoft porting Windows 10 to run on ARM based chips.

How to buy a DSTV kit online without hassle

DSTV is the defacto leader when it comes to Paytv not just in Uganda, but south of the Sahara and has long maintained this position since time immemorial. A few shake ups here and there (Read GTV) have seen it hold firm and its tight exclusivity grip on premium content sees no change for time to come.

NITA Uganda conducts education and awareness on Cyber Laws and Electronic...

This morning, the National Information Technology Authority (NITA-U) hosted an education and awareness session on the Electronic Discovery and Cyber Laws implementation for a core team from academia (Cavendish University) as well as the Justice Law and Order Sector (JLOS) with representation from Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP), Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs (MoJCA) and Uganda Police Force (UPF).

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