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Windows XP Is Still The 3rd Most Popular Operating System In The World

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Despite being abandoned by Microsoft over three years ago, Windows XP is still the world’s third-most popular operating system. According to the latest statistics, it is still installed on 7.04 percent of computers around the world, eclipsed only by Windows 7 and Windows 10. Check also: Microsoft To Acquire LinkedIn For $26.2 Billion Windows XP is considered one of Microsoft’s greatest operating systems. It was exceptionally well-received when it made ...

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Did You Know That Google Is Recording Every Private Conversation? Here’s How To Hear And Delete The Recordings

According to The Independent, Google ’s voice search function doesn’t just turn on when you ask it to. Rather, it records almost everything.  Check also: Google to Give Training to 1 Million Africans to Boost Jobs The outlet reports that the search engine giant began doing this in June of 2015. Feeling unnerved yet? Well, it gets even wilder. You see, you can listen ...

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How Internet Will Improve And Transform Africa’s Education

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The internet is a resourceful tool that can improve and transform Africa’s education sector and contribute to economic transformation of African nations, a new study by the Internet Society indicates. Check also: Tanzanian President John Magufuli Sacked 10,000 Civil Servants Over Fake Education Certificates. The study, whose results were released during the just-concluded two-day African Regional Internet and Development Dialogue in ...

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Tanzania’s Form Six Student, Gracious Ephraim Invents Solar Powered Human Robot

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Arusha-based Ilboru High School’s Form Six student Gracious Ephraim has created a solar energy powered human Robot that can walk, turn its head, speak and perform a number of tasks. Check also: 4 Nigerian Teenage Girls Invented Urine-fueled Generator Gracious who pursues Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM) combination said he started working on the prototype multitasking human robot about 12 months ...

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A 24 Year Old Nigerian Student Built A Working Helicopter From Old Car And Bike Parts


A 24-YEAR-OLD physics student from Nigeria has built a working helicopter out of old car and bike parts. Mubarak Muhammed Abdullahi spent eight months building the model, using the money he makes from repairing cellphones and computers. Check also: Meet The 30 Year-Old Nigerian Tech Entrepreneur Who Is Challenging Apple In Africa While some of the parts have been sourced from ...

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