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5G and IoT Technology

How Kenya, Africa 5G race is shaping up

The globe is now locked in a tight 5G technology race with US and China already emerging as the top contenders. Africa too seeks not

Technology

Kenya’s commodity markets go hi-tech in push for more efficiency

Kenya’s commodity markets have gone hi-tech with auction trading going online in a move aimed at increasing efficiency and cutting costs.   Mombasa’s Tea Auction

Big Data Technology

Vertiv unveils Trendspotting, a LinkedIn live event focussing on data centres

Vertiv, a global provider of critical digital infrastructure and continuity solutions, is hosting a LinkedIn Live event, Trendspotting: The Track Ahead for the Data Centre

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4IR Startups Technology

South Africa‘s Workshop 17 announces new workspace concept

South Africa’s leading flexible workspace solutions provider, Workshop17 has kick-started the new year on a high note by bagging a global finalist position in the

Cyber Security Technology

How African online traders can protect themselves against scams

The rise of the digital age has resulted in an information overload and often a lot of this information is made up of unqualified opinions

Cloud Computing Technology

IBM goes big in cloud computing, acquires Taos

Computing giant IBM, whose impact in Africa in matters technology has been widely appreciated, has announced it is acquiring cloud professional and managed services provider

AI and Robotics Technology

100 tech-savvy young Kenyans to have their robotics skills sharpened

Some 100 Kenyan youth will be trained on robotic skills by German robotic solutions firm Servicetrace. The young developers will have their process automation (RPA)

5G and IoT Gadget Review Technology

Samsung S21 series of gadgets set to revolutionize smartphone experience

Samsung has released a series of gadgets that it anticipates will revolutionize smartphone experience in 2021, by offering users the best of what it called

Future of Work Technology

How spinach can be used to detect explosives

Spinach is no longer just a superfood: By embedding leaves with carbon nanotubes, MIT engineers have transformed spinach plants into sensors that can detect explosives

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