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Digital technology will change face of agriculture in Africa – Osinbajo

Digital technology will change face of agriculture in Africa—Osinbajo Vice President Yemi Osinbajo says that digital technology and its application will change the face of...

Technological advancement is mandatory if Africa must develop — World Bank

By Racheal Ishaya The digital transformation of Africa will foster economic growth and reduce poverty  the World Bank Vice-President for Africa, Mr Hafez Ghanem, has...

Women in Technology in Nigeria wants gender-balanced team in technology

By Stellamaris Ashinze Founder, Women in Technology in Nigeria (WITIN), Mrs Martha Alade, says there is need to have more women in technology because technological...

Kenya to use smartphones to conduct 2019 census

Nairobi (Xinhua) Kenya plans to use smartphones to conduct the 2019 national population and housing census, a senior government official said on Wednesday. Henry...

Africa Open Data Conference (AODC17) opens in Accra, Ghana

Ahead of Thursday's launch of The Africa Data Revolution Report (ADRR2016) in Accra, Ghana stakeholders attending the Africa Open Data Conference (AODC17) spent several...

Global attack against computers: US National Security Agency’s malware responsible

By Sam Biddle In mid-April, an arsenal of powerful software tools apparently designed by the NSA to infect and control Windows computers was leaked by an entity...

Meet some of the Lagos luminaries shaping Nigeria’s Tech Scene

By Jonathan Shieber (@jshieber) President Barack Obama may be the most famous citizen of the United States traveling around Africa this week, but he’s not...

Yaba, Lagos becoming Nigeria’s tech enclave

Yaba also has a growing number of established tech companies, underpinning hopes that the area, where rents are relatively cheap, might breed success. Konga is just one of several to move away from the lagoon city's affluent island business districts of Victoria Island, Lekki and Ikoyi to the suburb on the Lagos mainland. Africa Internet Group, backed by Germany's Rocket Internet, South African mobile phone giant MTN and Sweden's Millicom, moved six of its tech firms, including Hellofood and Easy Taxi, to Yaba last December. "We knew the ecosystem of start-ups and ventures here was really thriving," said Guillaume Leblond, managing director of Hellofood, a two-year-old food delivery platform.

5 Tech Entrepreneurs Chosen For Exclusive Huawei – She Leads Africa...

She Leads Africa has selected five of Africa’s most talented female technology entrepreneurs for the exclusive Huawei - She Leads Africa Fellowship Program. Sponsored...

Another Apple – Samsung skirmish heads to court

BY MARTHA MENDOZA SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) -- The fiercest rivalry in the world of smartphones is back in court this week in the heart of...

Palestinian women make strides in high-tech

KARIN LAUB DURA, West Bank (AP) — Growing up in a traditional society, Abeer Abu Ghaith was often told a woman's future is in her...

Political Communication: How technology can connect you with voters and their...

By Shannon Chatlos & Jack Barger Technology has the power to dramatically alter the shape and substance of campaigns by helping organizers gain insight into...

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