I've watched ideal businesses disintegrate for various reasons but poor partnerships takes the cake
Do you use Airtel? How's your experience? What do you like most? What do you hate?
This realisation has led to a shift in attitudes to privacy and the way citizens, organisations and governments perceive it. In response, Kaspersky’s privacy experts share their vision of the changes that lie ahead in the privacy field in 2021.
I used Snapchat for one week, and I think it's the future. Read on to find out why.
Airtel Kenya and Telkom Kenya are coming together for form Airtel-Telkom. Safaricom should sit pretty. No one has affected them yet.
A year down the line, Masoko is yet to fully take off. And personally I'd blame Safaricom for a clueless vision.
We pack so much power into our smartphones yet use it for very little most of the times. It is a good thing that Razer is trying to put to good use all the extra RAM and Processing Power that's in their Razer Phone
Exactly 5 years ago the King of Pop passed on just before the ‘This is It’ concert which could easily have been the greatest concert on Earth, ever. And who hasn’t heard of Michael in the past few years? He...
A "home" router for Ksh. 7,500 plus limited bundles... in 2019? Why? I don't think it makes any sense to waste money buying something that will become obsolete in a few months.
Facebook Watch may finally kill TV as we know it
There are things every eCommerce website can do that Safaricom's Masoko fails at.
Less than a week ago, I was questioning myself over the prices of certain 'china' phones and tablets. Why is it they display high specs yet they are way cheaper than known manufacturers like LG, Samsung, HTC, Huawei and...
Always view your disadvantage as a competitive edge to those around you
I may be a student and you’re allowed to argue that I don't know quite enough. But what in the world is wrong with products labelled “Made in Kenya”? My bathroom is fully international. The plastic, the tiles, the ceiling…...
Jumia went public on the New York Stock Exchange and the CEO said they don't employ many Africans because in Africa there's not enough developers