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There have been a lot of #UgTravelMonth hashtags sweeping across various social media platforms, mesmerizing many while leaving others in wonderment about how they could also be part of it. Well, a host of Ugandan companies in a bid to sponsor local tourism took up the initiative to bring you a month’s long exercise called the Uganda Travel Month. These include the Pearl Guide, Radio city, Total and MTN. Each contributes in its own
We once summoned their coming to Africa and indeed they finally came! As for Vodafone, I am now going to describe it not only as a telecom, but one that has gone against the status quo (that is MTN, Airtel & Africell) to bring us some of the most affordable 4G LTE smartphones on the Ugandan market. First it was the Lenovo K3 Note and they’ve done it again with the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3.
Back in the days, travelling was something that one had to prepare for tooth and nail, make research and also dig deeper into information regarding the destination they were going. Well, I must commend the work that online revolution has brought. It's one we shall love to hate and at the same time embrace. After re-branding from Jovago to Jumia Travel, the latter now is a whole new experience that is packaged with more.
Remember my 2015 hate piece on Smartwatches? Well, today I take my words back, but not entirely. Damn!! These smart wrist devices just got a lot pimped up since I last checked, as they have been advanced, miniaturized and rethought so much to a level that even a "doubting Thomas" like me is finally sold. Will the LG Watch Urbane LTE be any different?
The movie is syndrome is slowly catching up with me. Am going to be honest, am not the type who would love to see my hard-earned data draining away trying to put standards by streaming movies on Netlifx or online. One of the greatest things about the burgeoning smartphone app market is all the apps, tools and games for movie lovers.Am the traditional type that still wants to catch that blockbuster from the upgraded “kibanda’ (movie cinema). Am still that guy that will do a half-price for a movie ticket on any day. Already slaying on the android market for 4 months, a group of Ugandan developers at Pirumart present to you their signature work. They created a cinema app called CineApp that has almost all cinemas encompassed on one click. The app is an entertainment companion for cinema goers as well as TV show fanatics.