We want to build technology that everybody loves using, and that affects everyone. We want to create beautiful, intuitive services and technologies that are so incredibly useful that people use them twice a day. Like the use a toothbrush. There aren’t that many things people useRead more
Seventy-seven years after Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard began tinkering in a Palo Alto garage, the firm that became the foundation for Silicon Valley is breaking up.
Hewlett-Packard on Sunday officially split into two entities, opening a new chapter for the US technologyRead more
Microsoft has unveiled its first ever laptop, the new Microsoft Surface Book.
The Surface Book is a sleek detachable device that seeks to redefine the laptop.
The new laptop targets busy professionals with features that do not need setting up to use them.
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It has emerged that Kenyan firms lost close to 15 billion shillings through cybercrime last year with the public sector being the most affected and according to a report, the amount lost has actually tripled since the previous year and this has raised questions about the securityRead more
According to Google data, 20 percent of all searches are localized. As a result, the search engine has started placing a much higher importance on local search results. There are a number of specific optimization tactics to help your website start ranking better for these local searches,Read more
Social media has been identified as an effective tool for expanding financial inclusion among Kenyans, especially the youth.
Equity Bank Chairman and CEO, Dr. James Mwangi, said social networks have the potential of empowering the youth economically by enhancing their access toRead more
People can now translate web text in Swahili language following Microsoft's introduction of the translation option in collaboration with Tanslators Without Borders.
The Swahili language, used by over 150 million people in East and Central Africa, is the first African language toRead more
When Kennedy Kachwanya and his 42 peers founded the Bloggers Association of Kenya in early 2010, the government got weary.
“At the time, no one knew what blogging was about. We were assumed to be trouble makers who were using the written word,” Kennedy Kachwanya, CEO of BloggersRead more
Blogging in Kenya goes as far back as 2003 when Daudi Were started his blog, mentalacrobatics.com. In 2004, Daudi also started the Kenyan Bloggers’ webring (KBW) – a website that aggregated all Kenyan bloggers’ site addresses on a single platform in an alphabetical order asRead more
The Google Cultural Institute, in collaboration with the Kenya National Archives, has launched thedigitised National Archives – an initiative that celebrates and promotes Kenyan history, Africa’s heroes and cultural heritage.
With the digitised national archives, artifactsRead more