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Interview with Internwise Co-Founder Rui Zamith

We had a chance to talk to Rui Zamith founder of Internwise, a startup based in UK that brings internship opportunities closer to the graduates. Check out this short Q & A and see what he has to say about their venture. Who are you and what do you do? We are known as Internwise… Read More »

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Pre-SEO analysis – Content and keywords

The goal of executing a SEO campaign is to position the website to rank well on search queries used by its prospective audience, which will help drive additional qualified traffic through search referrals. Before starting your SEO Campaign, you should take stock of the existent on-page and off-page SEO activities to help you prepare a… Read More »

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Twitter accounts hacked: 250,000 users affected.

A quarter of a million Twitter users have had their accounts hacked in the latest of a string of high-profile internet security breaches. According to Twitter’s information security director Bob Lord, about 250,000 users’ passwords had been stolen, as well as usernames, emails and other data on Friday. The micro-blogging site said that it discovered… Read More »

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Twitter launches advertising service in the Arab region.

Twitter Inc launched advertising services in the Middle East and North Africa on Sunday as the social media firm seeks to exploit a tripling of its regional subscriber base. Twitter will work in partnership with Connect Ads in MENA to keep companies and brands on the pulse of their consumers through Twitter’s suite of advertising… Read More »

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Yolo! Intel smartphone launched in Kenya

Intel and Safaricom have announced Africa’s first Intel-powered smartphone, a handset named Yolo that is aimed at first-time smartphone buyers in Kenya. The device is aimed at the growing number of cost-conscious and first-time buyers in Kenya who do not want to sacrifice device performance or user experience for cost. The Yolo smartphone will be… Read More »

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Uganda’s Makerere to Make Mobile Phones

Half of Africa’s one billion population has a mobile phone – and not just for talking. The power of telephony is forging a new enterprise culture, from banking to agriculture to healthcare to even education. In Uganda alone, more than 10 million people, or about 30% of the population, own a mobile phone, and that… Read More »

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When do you say NO to an investor?

As a startup have you ever said no to an investor? Does it make sense to wait for the right investor even when you are struggling? These are questions entrepreneurs find themselves asking at one point or another during the lifetime of a startup. Investors come in many forms: Hands on – they want to… Read More »

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Kenya launches launches Konza City

On Wednesday, 24th January, President Kibaki launched the Konza Technology City setting the stage for construction work to begin. Dubbed as “Africa’s Silicon Savannah” Konza city is set to be one of the most successful cities in Africa, competing economically and culturally with the best cities in the world. The city, located 60 kilometers from… Read More »

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Google’s Boss Projects Kenya As Africa’s Tech Leader

In what seems like a validation of the growing technology community in Nairobi, Kenya, the Chairman and former CEO of Google, Eric Schmidt has suggested that the East African country may become the Silicon Valley of Africa. Mr. Schmidt said this after a week’s visit to sub-Saharan Africa that included meetings in Lagos and Nairobi…. Read More »

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