24Bit Episode 10: A discussion on the recent Twitter Purge.

24Bit Episode 10: One of the hashtags that was trending last week on Twitter locally was #TwitterCleanUpKE. If you missed it, too bad. But this conversation started as a result of Twitter deciding to crack down on fake and automated accounts. Twitter decided to remove suspicious accounts from users’ followers and this gave a ‘’meaningful […]

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24Bit Episode 6: Are online reviews relevant for businesses?

Online reviews have been termed as key drivers in customer purchase decision. Traders across different spheres of the global economy confess to a love-hate relationship with online reviews, but according to Invesp, a marketing retail, and analytics firm, 90% of consumers read online reviews before placing an order or making a purchase In our latest episode, […]

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The State of eCommerce in Kenya – 24Bit, Episode 5

Watch and Listen to our latest podcast as we discuss the state of eCommerce in Kenya. You can also listen to it on SoundCloud here.

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24Bit Episode One – Lets Talk About Blogging.

TechTrendsKE has been in existence for a while now, let me just say it has been close to five years of developing tech and business content for our readers. The journey has had its ups and down, but as they say, every day is a learning process. One of the ideas I have always thought […]

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Product Review: Microsoft Lumia 535

Introduction: One of the most “what if” questions came to pass in 2013, when Microsoft announced the buyout of the Nokia Devices and service unit sometime in 2013 and later fully acquired the unit in 2014 at $7.2 billion. We were all surprised and thought that this marked an end of era for a big devices […]

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Easy Taxi Launches a cashless payment option for its customers

Easy Taxi ,Kenya’s fastest growing taxi hailing mobile phone application will today launch, Easy Taxi Pay (ET Pay) an in-app cashless payment option for its customers. With Easy Taxi Pay, customers can add their credit/debit card details and pay for a ride by simply tapping their smart phone screen. The application also provides a detailed […]

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Fitkat; A health wearable to help you track your steps, calories and water intake

By Nixon Kanali, Nairobi If you love wearable devices and also keen on watching your fitness then Fitkat is something you should consider getting. The health wearable is an activity tracker that can track your steps, calories, water intake and even remind you when you are supposed to take your pill. The wearable will now […]

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Uber to make driverless cars in ‘robot taxi war’ vs. Google

In just the next few months, in fact, the taxi industry could be a messy battlefield between the hugely popular Uber and—surprised?—Google. Uber, a taxi-on-demand service, has partnered with Carnegie Mellon University for a robotics research facility in Pittsburgh to build driverless cars. “Uber and Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) are announcing today a strategic partnership […]

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M-KOPA Solar wins Zayed Energy Future Energy Award

  M-KOPA Solar has won the 2015 Zayed Future Energy Prize at the opening ceremony of the annual Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week becoming the first company headquartered in Sub-Saharan Africa to win in the enterprise and SME categories. M-KOPA Solar is the market leader in ‘pay-as-you-go’ energy services for off-grid customers – combining mobile payments with […]

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Could Facebook be planning to be the next new YouTube?

Could Facebook Video be the next big  video sharing platform after YouTube?  Well, maybe yes. According to new statistics released by the  company, In just one year, the number of video posts per person posted on the social media site has increased 75% globally and 94% in the US.  This has changed the News Feed […]

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Twitter suffers temporary outage, back now

By Nixon Kanali Something is technically wrong,thanks for noticing-we’re going to fix it up and have things back to normal soon.” that is the message you might have seen when you tried logging into your twitter account this morning. The micro-blogging site faced a temporary outage the most affected people were  Android users. Users who tried to […]

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Hands on with the new Samsung Galaxy Note Edge,

By Nixon Kanali Samsung Electronics has  launch the Galaxy Note Edge, which was showcased alongside with the Galaxy Note 4 during the Samsung Unpacked 2014 event. The phone comes with a curved screen on the side and according to Samsung it will be available for purchase at select retail outlets at Rs 64,900. It also eatures a 5.6-inch Quad-HD+ […]

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Rumor: Samsung to Unveil Galaxy S6 in January

Still saving for the Samsung Galaxy S5? Well, here is some interesting news. The Galaxy S5 could just be old news soon. According to a report published by South Korean publication Chosun Biz, Samsung is rumoured to be working to the Galaxy S6 and could unveil it between January 6 and 9 next year at the Consumer […]

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Facebook rolls out new Search tool to help you seatch for old posts

Facebook has rolled out a new Search tool in what it says is to make it easier for users to find old posts that they shared. ”You’ve told us the most important thing is being able to find posts you’ve seen before, and now you can”.  Tom Stocky, VP of  Facebook Search said in a blog […]

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Athi Water adopts mobile water treatment units to bridge supply gap during emergencies

Davis and Shirtliff has partnered with the Athi Water Services Board (AWSB) on a Sh46m project to equip the water services provider with 16 mobile ccontainerizedwater treatment units. The partnership according to the two companies is to help meet the need for innovative and robust solutions to emergency situations, such as drought and flooding, which are characterized by […]

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Google gets rid of the ‘frustrating’ Captcha security test

Google is getting rid of the “frustrating” Captcha security test and replacing it with a much simpler method. Previously Google has always prompted users to confirm their identity by asking them to read distorted text and type it into a box. Google now is making things easier as users will directly asked whether or not they are robots. […]

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Philips unveils Ingenia, the first-ever digital broadband MRI system at Karen Hospital

Philips East Africa in partnership with the Diagnostic Imaging Department at Karen Hospital  have unveiled the first ever digital broadband magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) solution in the country, the Philips Ingenia 3.0T MRI. Unveiled at the Karen hospital, Philip says the move was driven by its commitment to developing innovative patient care solutions. The Ingenia MR delivers exceptional image […]

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KQ Emerges Winner of the 2014 CIO 100 Awards

It was a double win for Kenya Airways as it emerged winner of the 2014 CIO 100 awards and the IS Director Mr. Kevin Kinyanjui named the CIO of the year. The CIO 100 event which took place over the weekend at the Enashipai Resort over the weekend also saw Savanna Cement taking up the […]

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#CIO100EA: Players Discuss the Trends of Tech in East Africa

In the just concluded, 4th annual CIO100 Awards IT key players across the East Africa region came together to discuss the tech trends across the East Africa region. The event themed as Measuring Enterprise Innovation also saw the launch of the CIO100 East Africa Mega Trends Report’ compiled by PwC. The report highlighted the behaviors […]

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Google rolls out a new standalone messenger app

Google has rolled out a new Messenger app that has been created to basically send and receive both SMS and MMS messages, Android Police has reported. Dubbed Google Messenger, the app will also let users share pictures and videos. ”This new app is the stock SMS/MMS handler in Android 5.0, but also can be downloaded to other devices […]

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The Microsoft Branded-Lumia smartphone is now here, Microsoft Lumia 535

By Nixon Kanali, Nairobi After putting an end to the Nokia brand name from its products  and renaming it as “Microsoft Lumia, Microsoft, as it had earlier been tipped has today launched The Microsoft Lumia 535. Dubbeed “5x5x5” , the smartphone comes with a 5-inch screen and a 5-megapixel front- and rear-facing camera. It comes in two flavors: […]

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You can now easily unfollow Boring Friends on facebook

By Nixon Kanali, You got a boring Facebook friend who frequently posts boring posts? And you do not want to unfriend him or her. Well, Facebook has just come up with a solution for you that will be able to give you more control on what you see on your newsfeed from such friend. The […]

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Microsoft to launch First Microsoft-Branded Lumia Smartphone on Tuesday

Remember a recent report on Microsoft putting an end to the Nokia brand name from its products  and renaming it as “Microsoft Lumia? Well, now  the first Microsoft-Branded Lumia Smartphone is set to Launch on Tuesday 11th. Microsoft has tipped this launch on its conversation blog  ”Microsoft is delivering the power of everyday mobile technology to […]

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Facebook to create ”DONATE” button to help fight Ebola

The Ebola epidemic in West Africa seem to have attracted so much attention from across the globe.  Many organisations are joining hands to help fight it, and now Facebook has joined in. The company has said it would create a button to make it easier for its billion-plus users to donate to organisations battling the deadly […]

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TRACE patners with Mahindra Comviva as technology partner for TRACE Music Stars

TRACE TV has partnered with Mahindra Comviva as their technology partner to launch TRACE Music Stars across all Airtel operations in Africa. Mahindra Comviva , the global leader in providing mobility solutions will provide a complete ecosystem and end-to-end solution for the rapid deployment, provisioning, execution, management and billing of various value added services to […]

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New google Calendar app turns your emails into Calendar events automatically

Google wants you to spend less time managing your day, and more time enjoying it. The company has announced its  latest version of its Calendar app for Android with some new amazing features. With this new calendar app, your emails can turn into Calendar events automatically. With the auto-add function all your events will now be automatically  pulled in […]

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Google releases new Bookmark Manager extension for its Chrome browser

Google has apparently released a new extension of Google Chrome browser. Called Google Bookmark Manager the extension would provide a way for users to keep a record of important websites and pages they would want to revisit, the verger has reported. With Google Bookmark Manager, your existing collection of links will be automatically grouped into to […]

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Google exploring a way to search bodies for cancer, heart disease

Google Inc is exploring a way to search inside people’s bodies for early signs of deadly illnesses such as cancer or heart disease. A Life Sciences team at the special projects Google X Lab are experimenting with having “nanoparticles” hunt for signs of medical trouble in bloodstreams and then essentially report findings to sensors people […]

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YouTube considering getting rid of ads, to introduce subscription-based billing

Ever opened youtube and the first thing you see are those increasingly annoying pre-roll ads that appear before you watch that video you were looking for? Well, YouTube might just provide a way to do away with them soon. According to an article published in the Wall Street Journal,  The network is considering adopting  a new version that […]

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Reports: Samsung Galaxy S6 to Feature 4K Screen

By Nixon Kanali Samsung could just be working on its next flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S6. According to a report tipped by Mydrivers.com , the Galaxy S6 can be expected to be introduced during next years’ Mobile World Congress (MWC). Remember the Galaxy S5 was also launched  this year at the same event, meaning there could be some […]

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”Inbox” Googles’ new email service

By Nixon Kanali Google on Wednesday introduced a new e-mail service called Inbox, a service which it says is designed to focus on what really matters.   Available for iOS and Android platforms through an invite system, the feature has been designed to help users organize their e-mail by highlighting the most important parts of an e-mail such […]

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Panasonic launches its Panasonic T40 smartphone in India

  Panasonic has launched  its new android smartphone in India. The new phone, Panasonic T40  will be priced at  Rs. 5,990 Here are the Key specifications : 4 inch IPS capacitive touch screen WVGA (800 x 480p) resolution, ~234 ppi pixel density 1.3 GHz quad core CPU 1 GB of RAM 8 GB internal storage microSD […]

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”Safety Check” New facebook feature that notifies your friends and family your are safe during a disaster

By Nixon Kanali Have you ever been in a tight situation? found yourself in the middle of disaster or crisis? and most of the time you are not in a position to tell your family or loved ones that you are safe, well, there is a solution for you. Facebook  is launching a tool that […]

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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 now available in India at Rs 58,300

Samsung today launched its flagship phone Galaxy Note 4 in India at Rs 58,300. The phone will be available for sale from Friday, in time for Diwali season. The Galaxy Note 4 features a 5.7-inch Quad-HD Super AMOLED display with a pixel density of 515ppi. Samsung claims the 2.4D glass display is optimised for web […]

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French Bank and twitter team up to allow customers transfer money via tweets

Groupe BPCE, one of France’s largest banks is teaming up with social media site Twitter to allow its customers to transfer money via tweets. According to a report published by CNBC The move by Groupe BPCE, France’s second largest bank by customers, coincides with Twitter’s own push into the world of online payments as the social network seeks […]

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93 percent of Kenyans using mBanking services

By Nixon Kanali, Nairobi 93 percent of Kenyans are using their mobile phones to carry out their bank transactions. This is according to The Mobile Entertainment Forum (MEF), the global community for mobile content and commerce. These finding were revealed by MEF while giving a sneak preview of its Global Consumer Survey expected to be […]

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Microsoft’s Android Wear keyboard lets you draw letters on your smartwatch

Microsoft has a new keyboard app for Google’s Android Wear-powered smartwatches called Analog Keyboard for Android Wear. The “analog keyboard” app Currently released as a prototype, allows users to enter text by drawing handwritten letters on the watch face. It also works works with square-faced Android Wear smartwatches with a 320 x 320 resolution or the […]

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Google Testing Doctor Patient Video Chats feature

  Google is testing a new search feature that could hook you up with a virtual doctor appointment when you search for symptoms, one Reddit user discovered on Friday. Tech blog Engadget has independently confirmed that Google is testing this new feature as well. The idea behind the search tool is pretty simple. When you […]

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APO to sponsor one African Journalist/Blogger to AfricaCom 2014

By Nixon Kanali, Nairobi Are you a journalist or a Blogger, well, African Press Organisation (APOA) is inviting you to apply to win for  an Invitation to AfricaCom 2014, Africa’s Leading Telecoms Event. The event will be held in Cape Town South Africa from 11 to 13th November 2014. AfricaCom 2014 will bring together individuals and […]

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Oracle launches Capacity-Building Programme to close IT Skills Gap in Africa

The four-pronged program was devised as a response to the rapid adoption of new technologies by governments and businesses in Africa, exacerbating the shortage of suitably skilled practitioners to use the systems to best advantage

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Nedbank adopts Gemalto’s plug-and-play solution to secure online banking for corporate clients

By Nixon Kanali, Nairobi Nedbank Ltd, a leading commercial bank in South Africa, is deploying its Ezio eBanking solution to provide their wholesale customers carry out their transactions in a more secure and convenient way.  This announcement was made by Gemalto,  the world leader in digital security. With Ezio eBanking solution, Nedbank will just connect […]

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Equity Bank issues smart SIM powered by Taisys Technologies to provide mBanking and mobile communication services

By Nixon Kanali Equity Bank customers can now enjoy funds transfer, micro-payments and other mobile financial services that are agnostic across mobile devices, including traditional basic-feature phones using Taisys’s “mBanking” and “duoSIM” This announcement Today was made on Tuesday by Taisys Technologies Co. The company said Equity Bank will be issuing ultra-thin mobile banking smart SIM with […]

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US Researchers develop ‘Gigapixel’ Camera that Can Help Spot Signs of Skin Cancer

Imagine a camera that can be able to scan your entire body and detect deadliest form of skin cancer during its early stages. Well, that is just possible. According to a report published by ndvgadgets.com team of US researchers has developed the world’s first ‘gigapixel’ camera that can scan the entire body down to a freckle to spot a […]

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EU approves Facebooks’ acquisition of WhatsApp

By Nixon Kanali The EU has finally given a green light to Facebook’s acquisition of mobile messenger service WhatsApp. According to the EU, both Facebook  and WhatsApp are not close competitors and that consumers would continue to have a wide choice of alternative consumer communications apps after the transaction. The $19bn deal is the largest in Facebooks’ […]

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Motorola launches Moto 360 smartwatch in India

New Delhi: Motorola has finally launched the much-awaited Moto 360 smartwatch in India at a price of Rs 17,999. Quite like the Motorola phones, the Android Wear-based Moto 360 smartwatch is also available exclusively through e-commerce major Flipkart. The smartwtach was unveiled in India early this month alongside the second-generation Moto G and Moto X […]

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Windows 10 technical preview now available

Just a few days after unveiling the Windows 10, Microsoft has now launched a technical preview of the same. The start Menu brings with it a new customizable space for your favorite apps and Live Tiles. Apps from the Windows Store are now open in the same format that desktop apps do and can be resized and […]

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Microsoft Unveils Windows 10

Microsoft ha  announced the next version of its Windows operating system: The Windows 10 which the company says represents the first step of a whole new generation of Windows. This is not what many people had expected especially after Microsoft had previously indicated that it will showcase an enterprise technology preview of its next version of Windows. From […]

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#OracleOpenWorld2014: Oracle unveils `Oracle Analytics Cloud’ for data analysis

Oracle today announced Oracle Analytics Cloud, a comprehensive portfolio of analytics offerings built for the cloud; deployed in the cloud; and enabling data analysis for cloud, on-premises, traditional, and big data sources. The Hindu Business Line has reported In its ongoing Oracle OpenWorld conference in SanFrancisco, the company has made this announcement in the backdrop […]

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Apple sells more than 10 million new iPhones in first three days

Apple Inc said it sold more than 10 million iPhones in the first weekend after its new models went on sale on Friday, underscoring strong demand for phones with larger displays. According,  Tim Cook , Apples’ Chief Executive, the company could have sold even more iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus models if supplies had been available. Analysts had […]

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New Facebook News Feed to emphasize on fresh Trending topics

Facebook has announced that yet again it would be making changes to its News Feed. This time round, the company wants to put more emphasis on fresher content. The new Facebook News Feed algorithm will now highlight posts according to timelines. According to a blog post on Facebook’s News blog, One way we show timely content […]

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Microsoft to launch Windows 9 on September 30th

By Nixon Kanali,  September 30th is the day Microsoft will showcase an enterprise technology preview of its next version of Windows, the Windows 9. The company has already started sending out invites asking people to join them to see what was next for the enterprise and Windows. Many of these new Windows features have already leaked […]

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Google to make YouTube videos available offline In India

Google is planning to make YouTube videos available offline in India, allowing people to save on download charges for watching their favourite videos, the Business Standard has reported. With this service, users can download their favourite videos, save them and watch them later without downloading it again and in turn, save on recurring data download charges. “YouTube is […]

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SanDisk SD launches 512 GB memory card , largest memory card ever,

By Nixon Kanali, Nairobi Kenya  How about a memory card that has more storage space that your computer, well, Flash memory storage developer SanDisk has built a 512 GB SanDisk Extreme Pro UHS-I memory card for devices that has the biggest capacity of any memory card to be ever developed. According to ScanDisk, this new storage card is aimed at […]

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Hands on with the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

By Nixon Kanali, Nairobi  Apple officially  launched The iPhone 6 on Tuesday, the thinnest iPhone ever made at just 6.9mm  together with larger iPhone 6 Plus handsets, as well as a smart watch device. The smaller model of the iPhone 6, is sized at 4.7-inches, while the larger iPhone 6 Plus is 5.5-inches, For the first […]

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Facebook hits 100 million active users in Africa

  By Nixon Kanali, Nairobi  Facebook has now hit 100 million active users in Africa, 80 percent of which are mobile users. This is according to a statistic that was revealed in a blog post on Monday. According to the article, 1 in 10 Africans logs on to the world’s largest social networking site every month. This translates to nearly 100 […]

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HERE for Samsung: Fresh maps for the new Samsung Gear S

HERE has today announced a partnership programe with Samsung to bring its maps and location platform services to Tizen-powered smart devices by Samsung, including the newly-announced Samsung Gear S A patnership which,HERE says continues to broaden its reach to more people and businesses across screens and operating systems. HERE is powering an application called Navigator On […]

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Instagram launches Hyperlapse app for capturing high-quality time lapse videos

Popular photo-sharing site Instagram has launched a new app that will let users capture high-quality time lapse videos even while in motion with their smartphones The Hyperlapse app lets you create image-stabilised timelapse video clips, with users able to choose the speed of their timelapse (1x to 12x). Traditionally, time lapse videos depend on holding your phone […]

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Sanofi pediatrics ’Mommy’s Book’ App in Kenya

Sanofi pediatrics is now offering more than solutions from prevention to treatment adapted to children. In conjunction with Kenya Pediatrics Association, the company yesterday launched an App that is aimed at helping mothers  keep their child’s health records in the Kenyan Market. Dubbed ‘’Mommy’s Book, the App will help Mothers save their child’s heal information from birth. […]

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Apple launches free iPhone 5 Battery Replacement Program

By Nixon Kanali, Nairobi Do you own an iPhone 5? Does it run out of battery in half the time that it should? Well, then Apple is determined to help you out in a new iPhone 5 battery replacement programe.  According to a statement posted on its web page, a small percentage of iPhone 5 devices sold between September 2012 […]

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Facebook makes changes to News Feed, targets ”Click-baiting” articles

By Nixon Kanali, Nairobi  Facebook has adjusted the way its users see articles on its site to reduce what it called “click bait” – links with a headline that encourages people to click to see more, without telling them much information about what they will see. According to Facebook’s news blog posted on Monday, the improvements to News Feed […]

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Twitter to add tweets from non-followers to your timeline

  Your twitter timeline could just be getting more crowded with tweets from people you do not even follow according to an update to a Help Center Page called What’s a Twitter timeline? This move by twitter is a significant change from the usual scenario in which users see only tweets from accounts they follow as well […]

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Thermal cameras gaining popularity in Africa

Follow #TechTrendsKE Thermal imaging cameras are gaining in popularity in Africa, because the cost of these kinds of cameras are coming down, whilst the number of usage applications for these devices are going up. Thermal imaging cameras record images of the infra-red radiation (heat) being emitted by the skin to determine threats. The image produced […]

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Google’s new music subscription service to be known ‘YouTube Music key’: Report

By Nixon Kanali, Nairobi Kenya   You might have heard about Google’s long-expected YouTube music subscription service. Earlier on, Android Police had reported that YouTube is preparing to release a streaming music service this year. This service would be offered in both free and premium tiers a la Spotify, and it is reportedly a separate entity from Google […]

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Facebook to label satirical stories for you So You Don’t Think They’re Real

By Nixon Kanali  In December last year, The Daily Currant a satirical magazine that publishes fake stories for humor published a story about “Kanye West declaring himself as the next Nelson Mandela. This story ended up being picked up by the local Standard Newspaper making many local readers believe it despite The Daily Currant website already having a dislaimer which […]

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Twitter introduces video advertising

Follow Nixon Kanali, Twitter is apparently testing a feature that will let brand advertisers include a playable video directly into a tweet. Earlier this year, twitter began testing a new Twitter Video Card that streamlines video playback and brings a one-tap viewing experience in its users’ timelines. The tests according to the social media site […]

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Perseid Meteor Shower 2014 Celebrated by a Google Doodle

An annual celestial event is the latest topic of Monday’s Google doodle. The ongoing Perseid meteor shower has inspired a doodle that shows viewers shooting stars across an ever-changing sky ranging from a blue sky, to a pinkish sky and to a dark sky. Unlike some doodles made before, this one has a short video […]

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Zuku rolls out a KSH. S220m network upgrade project

Wananchi Group customers will now have faster internet speeds and reduced customer downtime when using Zuku services after the company rolled out a Ksh.S220 million network upgrade project. The project is set for completion in October, will provide the basis for the provision of speeds of up to 50Mbps for Wananchi’s Nairobi customers. The network upgrade in Mombasa […]

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LG could be launching the G3 Stylus, A Galaxy Note Competitor

LG is reportedly set to launch a G3 Stylus smartphone, Android Police has reported. According to the report, the source of the leak came via a promotional video for the mid-range LG G3 Beat handset, a budget smartphone. The phone is unapologetically labeled the G3 Stylus. It looks identical to the G3 save for a slightly larger […]

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Surface Pro 3 to be available in 25 Other countries on August 28th

Surface Pro 3, and it is set to arrive in 25 more countries this month, Microsoft has announced. This means that in addition to Canada, the United States, and Japan, customers in 25 other countries will be able to get Surface Pro 3 featuring 4th Generation Intel® Core™ i3, Core i5, and Core i7 models. The Surface Pro […]

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Chinese government excludes Apple products from its procurement lists

The war between China and Apple could just be getting tougher after the Chinese government excluded products from its procurement lists because of security concerns, Bloomberg News has reported.  According to the report, Ten Apple products which were on a June version of the list drafted by the National Development and Reform Commission and Ministry of Finance were omitted from a final government […]

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Gmail adopts accented and non-Latin characters for gmail

By Nixon Kanali,  In a move that the company says is aimed at making emails global, Google has announced that Gmail, and shortly Calendar, will begin recognizing email addresses containing accented or non-Latin characters. In 2012, an organization called the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) created a new email standard that supports addresses with non-Latin […]

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iPhone 6 release set for September 9, reports

By Nixon Kanali   Apple could be launching  its long-anticipated large-screen iPhone 6 on September 9 if reports by the online news site Re/code on Tuesday are anything to go by. Re/Code reported that the event would be to announce Apple’s next-generation iPhones, with screen sizes stretched to 4.7 and 5.5 inches and with a faster A8 processors. […]

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Microsoft’s Newest Surface Lap-Tablets Go on Sale

  A little more than two months after its unveiling, Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 is finally available for purchase in all its forms. The latest editions of the tablet include the base model, which sells for $799, and a more high-end version, with a faster processor and more storage, that sells for $1,949. Available at retailers including […]

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Galaxy Note 4 expected to launch on September 3

By Nixon Kanali, Tue, 05 Aug 2014 10:15 AM Samsung is reportedly expected to introduce its latest flagship phablet, the anticipated Galaxy Note 4 on September 3 ahead of IFA 2014 in Berlin.This is according to a detailed invite (It has already been pulled down) posted by Sammobile. Although the invite doesn’t mention the Note 4, it is clear that […]

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