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Safaricom launches the 2013 AppStar challenge

On Thursday, Kenya’s leading integrated communications services provider Safaricom Limited launched the Safaricom Development Challenge, a competition aimed at equipping entry level developers with entrepreneurial and technology skills. The competition which will feature a 3 month incubation period during which participants’ will be required to develop apps in any of the following six categories: Agriculture,… Read More »

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Invisible buttons could be the iPhone’s next big thing

According to latest indications, your future iPhone could have invisible buttons that appears only when needed. This is thanks to a patent recently granted by the US Patent and Trademark Office to Apple that lets Apple design products having invisible controls (buttons or sliders) that would only appear when needed. Dubbed “Disappearing button or slider“,… Read More »

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Facebook in advanced talks to buy Israel Startup Waze

Facebook Inc. (Nasdaq: FB) is in advanced talks to buy Israeli navigation and traffic congestion app company Waze Ltd. The price tag has not been confirmed, though sources are pegging it to anything between $800 million and a billion dollars. This is the second time talks of Waze acquisition by Facebook are taking place. In… Read More »

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Intel bring you Silvermont, the future of smartphones and tablets

In a webcast organized for investors and media Intel announced its next-generation atom micro- processor architecture named silvermont designed for smartphones, tablets, and other low-power devices including entry-level notebooks. The webcast was organized by the company which had lost ground to ARM Holdings, a UK-based company, makes the core technology that is used by companies… Read More »

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Microsoft reportedly demystifies always-online Xbox rumors

Players won’t require constant internet connection to play games and watch movies on the new Xbox . This is according to an email that was reportedly sent to Microsoft employees working on the Xbox project. The internal email, if authentic, would confirm that the new Xbox is destined to have a Blu-ray player capable of… Read More »

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Motorola abused its position in patent dispute, says EU

Google-owned Motorola Mobility abused its dominant position in Germany’s mobile market when it filed a patent injunction against Apple.  This is according to EU anti-trust officials who released their preliminary antitrust review of the case on Monday. The patent injunction was for Motorola’s mobile phone standard-essential patents (SEPs). In a statement, the European Union said… Read More »

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The demise of Hotmail and rise Outlook.com

After being in existence for more than a decade and a half, Hotmail has finally taken a final bow. Microsoft’s Hotmail, the free webmail service used by hundreds of millions of people around the world, was phased out on Friday, as the US tech giant completed a rebranding to Outlook.com. In a blog post, Microsoft… Read More »

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YouTube to charge for watching videos

It is the world’s largest video repository with over 6 billion hours of video being watched each month. Now Youtube is planning to charge for some of those videos according to the financial Times. The video site, owned by Google, is set to launch a paid-for subscription service later this week that will charge users… Read More »

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