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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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Nokia Lumia 620 vs. Nokia Lumia 800

Introduction Since the advent of the smart phone there has always been continuous striving in the market to come up with a device which can justify both performance and appeal. Nokia has taken up this challenge in its stride by joining hands with software giant Microsoft , which has led to a range of smart… Read More »

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It Was a Tablet Christmas

Last Christmas was the Tablet Christmas. I say this because many people rushed to get themselves one as a gift for their year’s hard work and for their friends. Indeed, a tablet was among the most popular single gift that people gave out last Christmas. This can be attributed to the rising popularity of the… Read More »

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Virgin Mobile VM720 – A Purple Not Quite Smartphone

Everyone who has a handset will know that the providers have launched their own, often in conjunction with one of the big name manufacturers. There are many advantages to having one of these phones, not least that they are usually far cheaper than similar handsets but there are also some negative points to watch out… Read More »

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Smartphone Users by the Numbers

Smartphone users all over the world already reached 1 Billion from an estimated 7 Billion population.  This infographic shows how it rises rapidly overtime and how demands are going up. A study was conducted with 628 individuals aging 16-29 years old and 2, 309 people aging 30 plus.  It shows here that 11% from younger… Read More »

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The rise and rise of mobile phone use in Africa

After moving from an accounted sales of 90 million mobile phones in 2005 to an estimated 450 million in 2012, Africa has not only become the world’s second largest mobile phone market after Asia, but it is also the fastest growing market in the world. This is according to GSMA. From banking, to education, to… Read More »

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Best Windows Phone 8 Smartphones To Keep An Eye On

Windows Phone 7 received a mixed response from the reviewers as well as muted response from the consumers. Some loved it and the rest had a lot of complaints such as lack of graphic heavy games and popular applications. But everybody agreed that it was a great leap for mobility and smartphones in terms of… Read More »

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Apple Vs. Samsung: Judge rejects pleas from both parties.

Judge Lucy Koh, the U.S. judge in the Apple vs Samsung court battle denied Apple’s request for a permanent injunction on Samsung devices, Reuters reported. Apple had been awarded $1.05 billion in damages in August after a US jury found Samsung had copied critical features of the iPhone and iPad. In her order late on Monday,… Read More »

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