Here’s what you need to know about the Apple, FBI dispute

The case marks a watershed moment in the debate over national security interests and privacy rights. The dispute over Apple’s refusal to help the FBI unlock an iPhone recovered from San Bernardino terror suspect Syed Farook marks a watershed moment in the heated debate over national security interests and data privacy rights. Regardless of whether […]

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Kenya’s Disruptive Innovations and Entrepreneurship Trend Kenya is not only known for its world champion athletes but also its great entrepreneurial skills. So far Kenya has been ranked top in innovation and entrepreneurship as well. This led Kenya hosting the Global entrepreneurship summit In July 2015 which saw The President of the United States Barack […]

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Top Video on Demand Platforms for Distributing Videos and Content

If you have ever doubted the power of video on demand websites, then all it takes is a glimpse at Netflix’s numbers to show you the strength of this media. Netflix has 36 million video on demand subscribers in the U.S., and the numbers continue to grow every day. Netflix’s subscribers are dedicated and spend […]

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Hot Tech Trends To note In 2016

Whether it’s the smartphone, virtual reality, or the growing ranks of the Internet of Things, technology will continue to pervade every aspect of our daily lives as 2016 unfolds. Here’s what will play central roles in defining the next 12 months. As 2015 fades into memory and 2016 here with us, a new chapter of […]

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Five Ways to Reduce the Drivers of Climate Change

We have to decouple economic growth from greenhouse gas emissions, World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim told students in a lecture at Georgetown University on March 18, 2015. He spoke about development challenges created by climate change and actions to reduce the drivers of climate change and the impact. Climate change is fundamentally a […]

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Another Ministerial Again….

Korean Protesters outside Hotel Intercontinental in Nairobi expressing their dissatisfaction with WTO talks 1. Negotiations Symbolic Timelines In 2001, the Doha Development Agenda was launched. The Development dimension was included for the first time in trade negotiations. This novelty was related to the emotional impact of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in the United States. The […]

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WTO is a beacon of false hope because free trade is a mirage

Members of NGOs and trade unions protesting at the tenth ministerial WTO conference at the KICC on December 18, 2015. WTO’S role is to promote free trade globally by providing a framework for negotiating agreements and resolving disputes. But the organisation has never lived up to its mandate. By BITANGE NDEMO The World Trade Organisation’s […]

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Top 10 Ways to Improve Hackathon Presentations

The main aim of a hackathon is to build a basic app in a limited period of time, but your success can have as much to do with your final presentation as with the quality of your code. Here are ten tips to maximise the impact of that slideshow and demonstration. I formulated these thoughts […]

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Top 5 Tips for Presenting at Hackathons

I attended the Sprint developer hackathon this week and the one skill set that was missing in 80% of the teams were presenting skills. Here are a few recommendations on how to present at a hackathons based upon my talks at conferences, Toastmasters classes and attending several events over the past 8 years: 1. Make […]

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