Author: Josiah Walker

WhatsApp extends support for BlackBerry OS once again

Facebook-owned instant messaging platform WhatsApp has announced that its support for devices running BlackBerry OS has been extended to 31st December 2017. It can be recalled that, in February 2016 WhatsApp announced it will end support for its application running on the operating system, including the latest BlackBerry OS 10, by the end of 2016. Getting nearer to the end of 2016, the date was pushed further to 30th June, 2017, which has hence been extended again to 31st December, 2017.     To echo this seemingly-final support date, a new update hitting WhatsApp on BlackBerry devices has been...

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Africa’s 5 most exciting young entrepreneurs

Africa has been home to many innovative ideas and technologies. It is often deemed that a lack of financial resource is a major impediment on Africa’s development, however much credit is due the entrepreneurs who have risen through the ashes to set themselves apart and put Africa on the global front once again. Below is a review of 5 of the most exciting and young entrepreneurs in Africa: MR. ALEX ADJEI BRAM, Ghana Mr. Alex Adjei Bram, a Chemistry graduate from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) is the co-founder and General Manager of HUBTEL. Established in...

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5 Amazing Tips to Work Effectively From Home

1. Create and Invest in a Dedicated Workspace As humans are creatures of habit, a space created in the house solely for work helps train the brain to think about “work” anytime you are there. This also helps focus on the tasks at hand. It is also important that the home office have all the necessary tools needed for executing tasks professionally. These include; Reliable and dedicated computer system. Quality telephony and INTERNET connection. Comfortable furniture and filing system. General office supplies. 2. Plan Daily Tasks It is important to set and keep priorities in the office, much more...

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The Best and Worst of Smartphone Photography

  Smartphones have caught up with Digital Cameras over the course of time. This has been because most high-end smartphones possess the kind of superior specs that were found only on digital cameras not long ago. The thin, lightweight and mobile (easy to carry along) framework of smartphones, coupled with its recent upsurge in camera quality is gradually killing the digital camera market, to the point that professional photographers are now opting for compact smartphones over their heavy DSLR (Digital Single-Lens Reflex) Cameras. THE BEST: Size Matters! – One aspect of smartphone dominance in the photography industry is the...

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