Infinix Note 4 vs Tecno Camon CX;Which phone should you buy?

The smartphone market is one of the most rapidly changing one, with new and exciting models coming out each and every month. Infinix and Tecno are two of the quickly growing smartphone brands with plenty to offer to the African market. This year, everyone was looking forward to the release of two new smartphone models, the Infinix Note 4 and the Tecno Camon CX. Now that both phones have hit the market, let’s see the ultimate battle: Round 1; Body and display Tecno Camon CX, or Camon C10, is undeniably…

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Infinix Note 4 Specs & price in Kenya,Nigeria & Ghana

Well…..well….well…do we have a good one for you today?…The Infinix Note 4 is the latest smartphone in the Infinix’s Note series that got released on 3rd july 2017. The Infinix Note 4 is not just an upgrade of the Note 3,it’s a complete overhaul  that comes with improved hardware,software and better design. Like its predecessors,the Note 4 has a superior non-removable 4300mAH battery that can last you an entire day of heavy usage such as gaming and surfing.   Display and Design Unlike the Note 3,the infinix Note 4 features…

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Will Technology make my child a dump person?

Parents have a lot of responsibility. Mainly, keep the kid alive. Next, try to raise a decent human being. And the messages about media and tech start almost from the moment they’re born: TV will rot your kid’s brain! Video games are evil! Kids don’t know how to have conversations anymore! It all boils down to the idea that too much media and tech will ruin your kid — or make them fat, dumb, and mean. But obviously that’s an oversimplification. The truth is more complicated — and a lot…

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Jumia Scamming Kenyans with the Ksh.5 Samsung Galaxy S8

Well,every Kenyan citizen or at least most of us Kenyans who are quite active on social media are aware that jumia,the largest African online store is selling out one Samsung smartphone (Galaxy S8) each day for Ksh.5..($0.05) Yeah you heard that right……….. Ksh.5..($0.05) Have you ever imagined buying a phone… let alone a smartphone….a simple kabambe phone for ksh.5!!… Didn’t think so Kenyans have decided to visit jumia every day at 8am to get a portion of this amazing gift but whether the phone is actually there remains a mystery.…

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Google’s internet company to get headquartered in Nairobi

CSquared, a google internet company will be setting up its headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya. The company comes in with cumulative capital commitments of up to $100 million(Ksh 10 billion) thanks to a joint venture by Google, Convergence Partners, International Finance Corporation (IFC), and Mitsui & Co., Ltd. The companies have signed an agreement to invest in the broadband infrastructure company which is currently focused on building wholesale metro fiber optic networks to enabling internet access in Africa. CSquared has operational networks in Uganda and Ghana and plans to deploy networks…

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Kenya’s #TextingYourEx just got hillarious on Twitter


Ok if you’ve been on twitter recently, you’ll have notice that a promoted #TextingYourEx trending like no man’s business. I actually have no problem with this particular hash tag….my only concern is that I don’t understand what that hash tag is all about. Personally,texting my Ex is a No No for me. I mean shoot me coz i ain’t texting my Ex at all at all. I’ve collected some tweets below as Kenyans express their thoughts on this particular topic. Some are just hilarious I can’t stop laughing 😂

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Kenya’s betting craze among the youth now a problem

Mc'Onsongo photography with Victor njoroge one of the best and most respected chess players among his peers.

Last updated on June 1st, 2017 at 10:41 pmKenya has the third highest internet penetration of any country in Africa. Of an estimated 48 million people, 31 million Kenyans are estimated to have access to the internet but how does that tie into Kenya’s gambling problem? The country which contributes 9.5% of Africa’s total internet usage, surpassed only by Egypt and Nigeria is also home to the third-largest gambling market in Africa. Whereas, smartphones and internet capabilities are revolutionising African businesses and making room for innovation on the continent, one…

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The Gionee S10 has four cameras and looks exactly like an iphone

First things first, it’s pronounced as jo-nee , yes, like Yemi Alade’s missing Johnny. Anyway, Gionee have announced a new phone and as much as it might never make it to your home market, here’s the reason to pay attention to it; the device has four cameras! Despite looking like an iPhone 7 aesthetically, including the antenna lines, Gionee claims that their new flagshi,the S10 is an innovative product. We’ll let you be the judge of that. The Gionee S10 comes with a 5.5-inch 1080p display, a Mediatek Helio P25…

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