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Here are some of the stories making the rounds across Africa today:

Nigerians are the Highest Users of Dual SIM Phones – Open Signal

Open Signal has flagged Nigeria as the country with the highest penetration of dual SIM devices in the world while South Korea has the lowest.

Pirate Bay Rises, Again

After seven weeks of downtime in the digital ashes of the ubiquitous web, The Pirate Bay (TPB) has risen again, and this time it’s trying to make sure shut-down incidents are checked for good.

ATF and MEST Team Up For Startup Financing

African Technology Foundation and Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology have announced their partnership to towards unlocking opportunities for the development of new African technologies.

Technical Entrepreneurial Nigerian Talented Opens for Registration

Paradigm Initiative Nigeria (PIN) under its Technical Entrepreneurial Nigerian Talented project will be organizing a two day workshop for students with technical talents In South-Western Nigeria.

Nairobi Regional Challenge Cup Winners Announced

Four out of over thirty startups that participated in the 2015 Nairobi regional Challenge Cup have been announced winners.

Whatsapp Gets Voice Calling Feature

Whatsapp has been integrated with on-app voice calling feature.

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Last year, Whatsapp hinted that they’ll be adding a new feature to the app. The voice calling feature. Finally, it has arrived; though but a select few has access to it, as it’s not available yet on the Google Play and iTune stores. The user who first reported this did so by posting his screenshots […]

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