QR Codes were first used in the 1960s, where coloured stripes were placed on train cars, and today, their use is almost strictly within supermarkets and malls. How come they haven’t caught on as fast as we thought?
The prize showcases entrepreneurs offering innovative products or services that meet the needs of Africans in fields such as health, agriculture, education, energy, industry or trade.
Opemipo Aikomo told the tech community on Radar that he’s just learning how to use Ruby on Rails. The results are awesome. Ope just released Cruncher – an app that allows you to “crunch” your bank statement (only works with GTBank for now) and analyse your income and expenditure. If you’ve ever wondered where your […]
The Spring Accelerator Programme, sponsored by the Nike Foundation, Department for International Development (DFID) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), has launched in Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda.
Finally, the Injoo brand of smartphones will have their official launching in Nigeria in a few days.
Gelmalto, an international digital security company, has opened offices in Cote d’ Ivoire heralding its presence in West Africa.