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18
Aug

Here’s what your Browser really knows about you

It’s obvious that you cannot access the world wide web without a Web browser. A web browser is a computer program used to navigate the World Wide Web, chiefly by viewing web pages and following hyperlinks. There exists many web browsers out there among which are; Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome among others. The second you log onto the internet, you

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18
Aug

7 great privacy focused search engines alternatives to Google

Hacking is a common occurrence nowadays. One of the few leaks that hackers use is the information you are constantly browsing. Unfortunately for Google, there is little measure being taken to secure your privacy which searching. Private search engines have seen huge growth over the past few years. Until recently, it was just hard to imagine that anyone could compete

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18
Aug

Campfire will enable you dual boot Chrome OS alongside Windows 10

Chromebooks are an interesting breed of laptops. At first, these were simply underpowered laptops that ran just one thing, the Google Chrome browser. Subsequent updates to the platform and a lot of hardware upgrades have since brought more functionality to Chrome OS. In 2016, we saw the biggest milestone in my opinion, on Chrome OS, the ability to run Android

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13
Aug

Samsung unveils the Galaxy Note 9 and it seems like the ultimate package

Samsung has officially taken the wraps off of this year’s installment of their big phones lineup, the Note 9. The manufacturer has not skimped on anything with this iteration. Every single spec of this humongous device is simply ‘extra’. Aesthetically, the device doesn’t look all that different from its predecessor, the Note 8, which was such a pretty device anyway.

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13
Aug

These are the devices that will be updated to Android 9.0 Pie

Every Android version development cycle brings with it two things the masses get excited about. First, the name of the dessert it is going to be named after, and second, the release date. After these two, Android users begin the painful wait to see if their devices will get the new version of Android. For users with flagships from the

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13
Aug

The Windows Blue screen of death and 10 things that can trigger it.

“Your PC ran into a problem and needs to restart. We’re just collecting some error info, and then we’ll restart for you.” That’s usually one of the variations of the Windows Blue screen of death (BSOD) fatal system error messages that abruptly pop on your computer screen out of the blue. A Blue Screen of Death usually appears when the Windows operating system encounters

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11
Aug

Mobile-money alternatives in Uganda: XMM mobile-money app review

It is no doubt that of the  tax on mobile-money that the Ugandan cabinet passed recently, The mobile-money tax of 1% (later reduced to 0.5%) is one that didn’t rub people the right way the most. Folks abandoned using Mobile Money, drastically, Numbers dropped and this caused a slum on the usage of mobile money platforms. Scholars argued that this

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11
Aug

MTN Uganda Reports 8.8% Revenue Growth in Half Year Results

MTN Group today released the interim results for the first half of 2018. The results point to improved revenues – up by 10.2% – for the MTN Group, with Uganda being a major contributor to that growth. According to the results, MTN Uganda’s revenue expanded by 8.8% to Ugx734.4bn on account of improved data revenue and Mobile Money revenue exceeding

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10
Aug

Airtel Kenya drops call rates to a flat rate of 2/-

For a long time now, Airtel Kenya has been playing catch-up with the market leader, Safaricom. Recent CA reports show that Airtel is closing in on Safaricom at slow but steady pace and today, Airtel is pushing yet another lucrative proposition for it’s would-be customers. Starting today, new Airtel customers will by default be on a tariff that allows them

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4
Aug

Facebook has started internal testing of its dating app

Two months after announcing the product at its F8 developer conference, Facebook is testing its dating product internally with employees. Independent app researcher Jane Manchun Wong, who regularly uncovers new Facebook features by scouring the source code, found evidence of the product Friday and posted it on Twitter. The company confirmed to The Verge that the product is in testing

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