Here are some of the stories that made the rounds across the African tech Space

Seedstars’ Startup Pitch Competition Will hold Across 12 African Countries

Seedstars will be hosting startup pitch events in 12 African countries to select viable startups to participate at the Seedstars World competition for $1.5 million equity.

Globacom Reportedly Makes Bid for Comium

Globacom is said to be preparing  a $600 million bid for the Ivorian telecommunications company, Comium.

CcHub Adds On Three New Startups to Its Incubation Programme

Lagos based startup incubator, CcHub has announced the addition of three new startups into its incubation program.

Terragon Group Partners with Lagos Business School to Provide Digital Reports

Terragon group has partnered with the Lagos Business School to provide relevant digital data to help bolster the Nigerian ecosystem.

Genii Games has Updated its Yoruba Language Learning App

Genii Games has released an updated version of its Yoruba language teaching app, Yoruba 101, to feature adjustments based off feedbacks.

Two Startups Qualify for the Negawatt Accelerator Phase

Sunshade Energy and W.I have made it through to the accelerator phase of Negawatt Challenge.

UNICEF Partners with Philips to Open Innovation Center in Kenya

UNICEF, Philips and four other partners have opened a Global innovation Center in Kenya for researchers and designers to come together and  come up with innovations that will address children’s issues.

Access Bank’s Disappearing Recruitment Application Form

Access Bank has devised a quirky online recruitment form that is only available for just 10 minutes daily for prospective applicants to through the Bank’s aptitude test.

Oando Foundation Opens ICT Center in Primary School in Lagos

Oando Foundation, has unveiled a new ICT Centre at the Archbishop Taylor Primary School in Victoria Island, Lagos, which is one of six similar centers the foundation plans to open across Nigeria.

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12 Essential Chrome Extensions You Should Totally Know About

There is an awesome part to Chrome we have not sufficiently exploited — extensions. They range from one that bounces you off a website when you are staying too long, to another that lets you save a whole web page to view offline. There is just about a Chrome plugin for anything you could possibly think up.

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