Beware: Online fraudsters on the loose

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IT started with a WhatsApp message he received on his phone. It was a job advert for bank clerks at Equity Bank Rwanda. The desperate fresh graduate immediately tried his...

CyberTeq: First Rwandan private cyber-security firm to boost cyber capacity in the region

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The Government of Rwanda has significantly invested in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) infrastructure and applications as a cornerstone for national economic growth.

YegoMoto makes travel easier

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It’s 6 o’clock in the morning and I am leaving my home to office, which is only a few kilometres away. As a regular commuter of taxi motors, I hurry...

UoR students develop app to improve E-health for teens

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University of Rwanda’s College of Medicine and Health Sciences students have come up with an app called ‘Tantine App’, which will provide reproductive health education to young refugees and teens...

Angolan opposition parties file complaint on election result

Three Angolan opposition parties on Friday filed a complaint against the outcome of nationwide elections on August 23 that asserted the 42-year grip of the ruling MPLA party.

New camera can see through human body

Scientists have developed a camera that can see through the human body. The device has been designed to help doctors track medical tools, known as endoscopes, during internal examinations.

How Facebook plans to make money from WhatsApp

Facebook Inc. is getting ready to earn back some of the $22 billion it spent to buy the messaging service WhatsApp three years ago.

KLM in deal with WhatsApp to boost customer service

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has partnered with WhatsApp in an effort to give better and enhanced services to its customers.

Samsung heir sentenced to 5 years in prison for corruption

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SEOUL – A South Korean court on Friday sentenced Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong, an heir-apparent of Samsung Group, the country's biggest family-run conglomerate, to five years in prison.

How 'artificial intelligence' robots hunt new drugs for crippling nerve disease

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Artificial intelligence robots are turbo-charging the race to find new drugs for the crippling nerve disorder ALS, or motor neurone disease. The condition, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, attacks...

Facebook introduces new video service

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Social media giant Facebook has made a move into dedicated video, pitting it against YouTube and TV networks. Users will soon see a new Watch tab that will offer a...

Dubai to test run world's first automated flying taxis by year end

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Trial runs of the world's first automated aerial taxis (AAT) are expected to start by the end of this year, local media reported Wednesday. Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA)...

Google fires author of divisive memo on gender differences

Alphabet Inc.’s Google has fired an employee who wrote an internal memo blasting the web company’s diversity policies, creating a firestorm across Silicon Valley.

How Habarugira’s novel idea will boost entrepreneurship

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During the just concluded Youth Connekt Africa Summit, in Kigali, Guillaume Habarugira, a Rwandan banker based in Vienna, Austria, launched a unique website, which he says is aimed at helping...

SafeMotos to represent Rwanda at Geneva Social Good Summit

SafeMotos was selected to represent Rwanda at this year’s edition of Social Good Summit in Geneva, Switzerland on October 13. SafeMotos is an Uber-like platform that links clients to vetted...

Kaspersky's stellar antivirus finally goes free

Kaspersky has always charged a premium price for its antivirus product, and rightfully so. The software's topped independent testing results for years, to such an extent that in 2016 AV-Comparatives...

You can just use an app to check in at Dubai's airport

Need ID while traveling out of Dubai? There's an app for that. UAE Wallet is a new app now available on the Apple App Store and could replace physical identification...

What is Bank of Kigali's TecHouse up to? CEO Rugemanshuro explains

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In the face of disruptive technology, banking as a sector is staring at an unpredictable future; a future where banking services would be needed but perhaps not banks.

Sponsored: Reshaping service delivery through quality ICT solutions

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Orinux Rwanda Ltd has changed name henceforth to Harel Mallac Technologies Ltd. In part, the renaming is to align the mission and vision with the Harel Mallac Group but more...

Worldwide cyber-attack calls for more action

On May 12, more than ever before, the world encountered the worst cyber-attack that hit 150 countries. This clearly shows how cyber-attack is increasingly becoming one of the most intractable...

WhatsApp experiences global outage once again

WhatsApp Messenger users across the world are currently facing issues in sending and receiving messages, an incident that started Thursday morning, particularly in Kigali where users have expressed concerns.

Rwanda on alert over latest cyber threat

Rwanda Information Society Authority (RISA) has pledged stronger cooperation with the public in enhancing cyber security for all computers in Rwanda amid an alert over an outbreak of a security...

Europol: Ransomware attack is of unprecedented level

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The wave of cyberattacks wreaking havoc across the globe is “at an unprecedented level”, European Union’s law enforcement agency Europol said. The attacks will “require a complex international investigation to...

Africa commits to leverage ICT to accelerate devt

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African Heads of State and Government present at the recently concluded Transform Africa Summit pledged to advance the continent’s digital transformation. The leaders noted that they recognize the role of...