internet

16
Mar

Why The Wi-Fi 6 Isn’t Just About Faster Internet

The launch of the Wi-Fi 6 didn’t come at a better time. This is because the demand for faster internet has increased tremendously and will definitely continue to increase – especially as we continue to use smartphones and consume more and more apps, games, videos (streaming) which are bandwidth demanding. Until now, Wi-Fi generations come with confusing names like; 802.11ac or 802.11n.

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21
Mar

Airtel Uganda asks for more spectrum to drive 4G penetration

Airtel wants to push the recently announced countrywide 4G availability a notch higher. The top executives at Airtel had a meeting with the President of the Republic of Uganda Yoweri Museveni and requested the him to support their quest for additional spectrum. The smartphone network is particularly considering to get more spectrum in the 800/900 MHz region. The telecom claims that this

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20
Mar

5G network will download a 1GB movie in 3 seconds (among other things)

O Every year, the world gathers in Barcelona, Spain at the biggest mobile trade show in the world (the Mobile World Congress) to witness the announcement and unveiling of next-gen innovations by the biggest brands in the industry and this year 5G is ruling. This year’s installment wasn’t any different as some groundbreaking innovations were launched — with foldable smartphones

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9
Jan

Lets get this straight, WiFi is NOT the same as internet

Often used interchangeably by most of us [yes, I said us], the concept of using WiFi and the internet are often confused to be the same. WiFi is a wireless network protocol that is used to link devices together. One of the common ways of gaining access to the internet is by connecting to a WiFi. However, this is not

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9
Jan

MTN Uganda launches Two in One MiFi and Power bank

One of the greatest joys of the modern day is the ability to access the internet and of course being connected for long for long without battery running out midway. With the rise of faster 4G networks, smartphone batteries experience undeniable strain and soon run out cutting off the fun. This leads to feeling a deep yearning in the user.

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9
Jan

Unlimited Internet isn’t really unlimited

Unlimited Internet is not unlimited. Puzzling? Yeah, it is very perplexing. You just splashed out a chunk of your money and bought an unlimited Internet bundle from your favorite Service Provider. You are thinking about doing a lot with this. Maybe catching up with your favorite shows on Netflix or streaming a lot of video content, downloading torrents, and a

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3
Sep

Here’s how you can access Google Search hidden tools

Google Search When you need to know about anything and everything, kids these days simply Google. We have even coined the phrase “Google is your friend” and the verb “Google” to mean searching to something. In most cases, Google will give you a list of plausible results in the form of links where you can read more about what 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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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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