Jan Koum, the CEO and co-founder of WhatsApp speaks at the Digital Life Design conference on January 18, 2016 (Photo: TOBIAS HASE/AFP/Getty Images) The co-founder and CEO of WhatsApp has spoken out against the ruling of a single Brazilian judge that blocked the app in Brazil for 100 million people for the second time in six months, saying he wouldn’t…
Huawei Technologies Ghana, recently launched the Huawei G Power device onto the Ghanaian market at a special media and dealer event, held in Accra. A few weeks after the launch, the Smartphone giant has sold thousands of G Power devices after consumers realised that apart from its superior battery performance, it can be used to…
Facebook’s decision to buy Instagram looks smarter and smarter each year. Instagram, the fast-growing photo-sharing network, is projected to generate about $700 million in revenue this year and $5.8 billion in revenue in 2020, according to
Jan Koum and Brian Acton, the cofounders of WhatsApp, made Forbes’ annual billionaires’ list with few moments to spare after Facebook offered a total of $19 billion to buy the company.
If you have a car and you’re a fan of Kevin Hart, you can now download his voice on Waze! Waze is community based mapping, traffic & navigation app. You can save time, fuel money and improve everyone’s daily commute. How does it work?
Step into any major urban center across Africa and you’ll have no problem accessing your favorite websites, catching the latest news online or sending your friends an e-mail.
BlackBerry has found a buyer for its much diminished business. The foundering smartphone pioneer said Monday that it had agreed to be acquired by a consortium led by Fairfax Financial Holdings, which will take it private in a deal worth about $4.7 billion.
When it ships on Sept. 20, Apple’s iPhone 5s will be the first and only smartphone on the market powered by a 64-bit processor — but not for long, if Samsung can help it. J.K. Shin, Samsung’s mobile chief, said on Wednesday that his company also has 64-bit devices in the pipeline. “Not in the…
Google and edX are teaming up for an open-source massive open online course site,MOOC.org, that in 2014 will allow anyone to create and post courses.
In an effort to expand the reach of its social network, Google on Monday announced that third-party publishers can now embed Google+ posts into their websites.