Orange and OpenClassrooms have combined forces to train young Africans in digital technology

by Rachel Ogbu Orange and OpenClassrooms are pleased to announce the signing of a broad-based partnership to provide digital training in Africa. Several Orange subsidiaries in Africa are already working on the launch of training centres providing online courses via OpenClassrooms. To rise to the challenge of the digital revolution in Africa, students and teachers alike need […]

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OPINION: WHEN YOU DIE YOUR DIGITAL LIFE LIVES ON

by Tony Ogunlowo We live in a world – the digital age- where we virtually do everything online from corresponding to shopping, banking and socialising. We send and receive emails; shop for virtually everything online; socialise through Facebook, Twitter and Instagram etc; watch movies on YouTube and Netflix; check our bank balances; store our music […]

Nokia 3310 is back and selling in the UK

by Rachel Ogbu Nokia 3310 remake is back in the market selling at £50 and it’s available in warm red, dark blue, yellow and grey.  Thin, light and incredibly durable, the Nokia 3310 is a head turning modern twist on one of the best-selling feature phones of all time, a spokesperson for Nokia said. Boasting an incredible […]

Apple introduces iPhone 7 Plus RED Special Edition to Contribute to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS

by Rachel Ogbu Customers Can Now Purchase iPhone in a Beautiful New Finish and Contribute to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS Apple has announced iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus (PRODUCT)RED Special Edition in a vibrant red aluminum finish, in recognition of more than 10 years of partnership between Apple and (RED). This gives customers an […]

Cyberculture: More Than 125,000 Twiiter Accounts Suspended Due To Isis Connection

by Rachel Ogbu Twitter has taken drastic measure to tackle extremism by suspending more than 125,000 accounts it believes has “threatened or promoted terrorist acts” especially to the Islamic State (Isis). The micro-blogging site said it has increased the size of its team that reviews reports including spam-fighting tools to uncover violating accounts for further review. “We condemn the […]

TRENDING: “Dark Skin” Selfies Have Gone Viral To Promote Self Love

by Rachel Ogbu #IWillNotApologizeForBeingDarkSkin is now trending on social media people. What do you think? So here are a group of people pushing the Revolutionary Pro-Melanin Movement forward by uploading their selfies. Some people are calling it the pro-melanin social media movement and basically the idea came from  23-year-old college student Alicia Daniella, encouraging people who identified […]

Eileen Ambasa: The cofoundHER Interview

Three years after graduation and with a one year old baby in tow, Eileen Ambasa got interested in Information Technology (IT). Seeing the opportunities it could open up in her career, Eileen decided to learn IT basics. So, she enrolled in ACWICT, a college that teaches IT essentials to young girls in partnership with Samsung, […]

CYBERCULTURE: Safer Internet Day 2015

By Rachel Ogbu On Tuesday, Safer Internet Day 2015 was celebrated (10th February). This year’s celebration being the 12th annual celebration was tagged with the slogan ‘Let’s create a better internet together.’ The UK Safer Internet Centre organised the celebration which saw more than 800 organisations involved in the UK and over a hundred countries participate to help promote the safe, responsible and […]