technology

MoMo PBS Limited Formally Commmences Operations in Nigeria

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ESL Gaming & Lenovo Legion Join Forces

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Showing Kids the Value of Data and Analytics Through Sports

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LinkedIn Has Increased Membership Fees in Kenya

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Poor Elon Musk aka Phony Stark Looks To Drop Twitter Bid, Critics Call Cap

HipHopWired Featured Video Source: Anadolu Agency / Getty Billionaire investor and entrepreneur Elon Musk is apparently seeking to drop his highly publicized bid to take over Twitter, but critics are poking holes in his reasoning for doing so. According to reports, Musk has stated that he cannot move forward with his $44 billion offer to purchase the wildly influential social media platform Twitter “unless the social media giant can prove bots make up fewer than 5% of its users,” which he has claimed was one of the reasons he sought to purchase the platform in the first place. In a response to a filing from Twitter Inc. with the SEC that spambots represent less than 5% of Twitter users, Musk clarified his position on Twitter, writing: “My offer was based on Twitter’s SEC filings being accu...

Coinbase introduces Web3 functionality with hot wallet and dApp browser

Select Coinbase users will access Ethereum dApps and NFTs via the Coinbase app The crypto exchange has also temporarily moved away from plans to triple staff following a $420 million Q1 loss Crypto exchange and trading platform Coinbase has announced the introduction of Web3 functionality. A small number of users will be allowed to access products on the Ethereum ecosystem, including decentralised applications such as SushiSwap and non-fungible tokens on marketplaces such as OpenSea and the newly launched Coinbase NFT. According to the official announcement published on Monday, the introduction of Web3 will allow users to explore a new set of opportunities right from the Coinbase app with the new dApp wallet and browser. The capabilities are managed by multi-party computation (MPC) technol...

Zuri Health Chalks Up $1.3-Million to Expand Across Africa

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Netflix is Laying Off 150 Employees

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Digitalisation of Africa’s Airports Key to Safeguarding Economic Recovery, SITA says

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ICT Authority & Kodris Africa Collaborate to Implement Coding Curriculum in Kenya

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Disney+ Finally Arrives in South Africa

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Kenyan Government Seeks to Control Safaricom Call Charges

The Kenyan government wants to control the rates that Safaricom charges rivals for terminating calls on its network to protect small telecommunications firms. The new regulations set by the state seek to bar dominant telcos from making profits from mobile termination rates (MTRs). In this regard, Safaricom will now charge fees to cover only the costs of interconnecting calls from its competitors. MTRs, according to Business Daily, are the charges levied by a mobile service provider on other telecommunications service providers for terminating calls on its network. The Kenya Information and Communication (Interconnection) Regulations 2022 set the stage for the Communications Authority of Kenya (CA) to control Safaricom’s rates of interconnecting calls. However, this will only happen if Safa...