ICT Africa Headline News

2016.01.04

University of Malawi Graduates Develop Mobile Security Software

A mobile security system that alerts the user with a text message whenever there is an intruder or fire at their home has been developed by Prince ..

Full Article View Source

2016.01.04

Vloggers - the New Digital Influencers

By Boni Mwalii
At the climax of last year's broadcast shutdown that preceded the switch from analog to digital television, 25-year-old Simon Maing..

Full Article View Source

2016.01.04

High-Tech Media Undermine Reading Culture - Expert

By Mehari Beyene
Women and children are highly active to understand, easily grab and visualize written statements.

Sensational TV and Internet ..

Full Article View Source

2016.01.04

How Social Media Has Evolved and Transformed Rwandan Society

By Athan Tashobya
Gone are the days when people thought that Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr and other social media platforms were used only ..

Full Article View Source

2016.01.04

3.2bn People to Access Internet Worldwide in 2016 - IDC

By Nahimah Ajikanle Nurudeen
Lagos — The International Data Corporation (IDC) has predicted that 3.2 billion people, or 44% of the world's popul..

Full Article View Source

2016.01.04

Sweden's myFC to Unveil Portable Mobile Charger At CES

By Staff Writer
myFC, a Swedish innovation company pioneering in fuel cell technologies, today unveiled JAQ, the world's smallest and most powerfu..

Full Article View Source

2016.01.04

President Dos Santos Wants Dictatorial Control of the Net

By Rafael Marques De Morais
Angola's President for the past 36 years, Jose Eduardo dos Santos, has used his traditional end of year speech to anno..

Full Article View Source

2016.01.04

Ethiopia Uses Technology to Tackle Misinvoicing

By Andualem Sisay
Ethiopia has installed a new system to tackle trade misinvoicing that costs the country an estimated $2 billion every year.

E..

Full Article View Source

2015.12.29

Rural Clinics Embrace E-Health

Full Article View Source

2015.12.30

FG Insists MTN Must Pay N780 Billion Fine Tomorrow

Full Article View Source