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The Impact of Technology on Human Communication: Benefits and Risks

Technology has always been a driving force in human communication. From the invention of writing to the development of printing, telegraphy, radio, television, and the internet, each technological breakthrough has enabled new forms of expression, connection, and collaboration. But technology also has an impact on how we perceive ourselves and

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Meet the Microsoft ADC Game of Learners Season 4 Winner: Jambo Care

An innovation by four university students that translates the local dialect into English or Kiswahili to make it easier for doctors to diagnose patients’ symptoms remotely has emerged as the overall winner of the fourth season of the Game of Learners (GOL) competition. The solution, dubbed ‘Jambo Care,’ was developed

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The best laptops for Windows users in 2023

If you are looking for a new laptop that runs on Windows 11, you might be overwhelmed by the number of options available in 2023. There are laptops for every budget, need, and preference, from ultraportable to gaming to productivity to creativity. How do you choose the best laptops for

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Microsoft Excel test interview

Here is a simple way to use Microsoft Excel for data analysis

Microsoft Excel is a powerful tool that can help you perform various types of data analysis, such as descriptive statistics, data visualization, data cleaning, data transformation, and data modeling. In this short blog post, we will show you some basic steps and tips on how to use Excel for data

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WWDC 2023: Apple’s latest innovations and updates for developers

The annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is one of the most anticipated events in the tech industry, where Apple showcases its latest innovations and updates for its software platforms and developer tools. This year, WWDC 2023 will take place from June 5 to June 9 at the San Jose Convention

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Job ready JKUAT, Microsoft ADC curriculum to start in September 2023

The Microsoft Africa Development Centre (ADC) and Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT), Department of Computing have reviewed the university’s Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science and Bachelor of Computer Technology curriculum to make them more relevant to industry demands. The new curriculum will impact the delivery of

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Microsoft Build 2021 digital event keynote

Microsoft Build 2023: The Future of Development

Microsoft Build is one of the most anticipated events of the year for developers who use Microsoft technologies and platforms. This year, Microsoft Build 2023 will take place from May 10 to May 12 and will be a hybrid event that combines online and in-person sessions. Build 2023 will offer

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e-mobility in Africa using Ampersand electric motocyles man explain technology to another man showing the motorcycle

E-mobility in Africa must be expedited – Alp Tilev

Co-Founder and CTO of Ampersand, Alp Tilev, says the transition to e-mobility in Africa must be expedited. He shares more on why there is an opportunity to drive the adoption of electrically powered motorcycles that produce less pollution in Africa. Talking about the financial and environmental advantages of electric motorcycles

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USIU student team qualifies for Microsoft Imagine Cup World Championship

Kenya’s student team TAWI has qualified for the 2023 Microsoft Imagine Cup World Championship set to take place in May. The team emerged winners in the education category of the 2023 Imagine Cup world finals qualifying round. Beating 15 other teams to become the top-scoring team and 2023 Europe Middle East and

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5 African fintech startups to watch in 2023

Fintech is one of the most dynamic and innovative sectors in Africa, with hundreds of startups offering solutions for payments, lending, banking, insurance and more. In 2022, African fintech startups raised over $1.4 billion in funding, according to Disrupt Africa, and attracted global attention with acquisitions and partnerships. Africa is a

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