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Digital migration finally comes to Uganda

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The portal from Analogue to Digital terrestrial T.V migration has finally come to Uganda which makes it a first step to a lower income country as H.E Yoweri kaguta Museveni president of Uganda said before 2020, this was like a dream never come to many who took it as a spurious action within the country but it was a long-awaited ...

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Facebook messenger has reached a milestone of more than one billion downloads

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The vice president of messaging products at Facebook, David Marcus made an announcement that Facebook messenger has hit over one billion downloads on Android platform.Wow, what a booming business! Check also: Facebook To Open Its Second European Data Center Facility In Ireland Therefore, messenger has now joined the superior club of Facebook, google, whatsApp, maps, YouTube and search which all ...

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Apple announces its watch native apps


The chief executive officer of Apple, Mr Tim Cook made an announcement on Monday about the update of  its watch operating system. While at annual developers conference, Tim Cook said that the biggest news is the native apps which will come for the watch specifically, however Apple was anticipated to make an announcement of the first ever live worldwide 24-hour ...

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The highlights of MS windows 10

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Microsoft cooperation announced in June that Windows 10 will available on 29th July which is about two months from now. The new version of Microsoft is designed as an integrated platform which will be compatible across mobile, tablets, desktop, and also the Xbox One gaming console, if you’re currently using windows 7 or 8, you will be offered a free ...

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Intel buys Altera for $16.7 billion

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Intel has sealed a deal to buy Altera in cash transaction valued approximately $16.7 billion, which would be Intel’s largest investment ever. Check also: German Media Giant, Axel Springer Spends $442 M To Buy Business Insider Towards the end of march Altera & Intel were in talks! But the negotiations reportedly broke down in the beginning of April because Altera ...

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