President Uhuru: Ngatia best bet for Nairobi

President Uhuru throws weight behind Richard Ngatia’s President Uhuru Kenyatta has asked Nairobi youths to rally behind Nairobi Gubernatorial aspirant Richard Ngatia come August 9. The president said this earlier today when he joined, Dr Idah Odinga and a host of other leaders in condoling with the family of Hon Senator Beth Mugo following the demise of her husband Ambassador Nicholas Mugo. “Vijana wenzangu, Kazi tumefanya Kabsa. Ni msimu wa siasa sasa. Nguvu tunayo, chama tunacho, na AZIMIO tunalo…. Tutapanda juu ya magari pia, tupatane huko mashinani ndo tuambiane ukweli”…

LG Rolls Out Powerful Bluetooth Speakers Ideal for All Kinds of Settings

LG Electronics (LG) has unveiled all-in-one solutions and ultra-convenient Bluetooth speakers ideal for all kinds of settings, from outdoor parties to dinner parties, to pulsating clubs. Dubbed the LG XBOOM Go PL, the portable speaker is part of the Latest XBOOM lineup of Bluetooth speakers first introduced in the market in 2015. Aimed at delivering powerful sounds and ultimate ease-of-use, the LG XBOOM Go PL comes in three models –PL7, PL5 and PL2. Speaking during the product unveil, LG East Africa Managing Director Sa Nyoung Kim said, “LG’s mission is to continuously leverage on latest…

Get Ready to Rise to the Challenge: Redmi Note 11 Series is Coming to Kenya

Xiaomi’s latest offering continues to challenge what’s possible in affordable and innovative technology   The Xiaomi Corporation announced today that the much-anticipated Redmi Note 11 Series will launch in Kenya on 17th February 2022. As a build up to the launch, the Rise to the Challenge campaign has been kicked off with a campaign song by Exray, Ndovu Kuu and Jovial.   The song challenges people to rise to the challenge, to belief in themselves and go after their passions. With the song that dropped today with a music video,…

OPINION: Africa’s War to Secure the Internet     

By John OMO-Secretary General of the African Telecommunications Union  Worldwide, more than 782 million new internet users have been recorded in just two years since 2019 prompting heightened scrutiny on cybercrime. A 2020 UN report noted that cybercrime is on the rise, with 7,000 data breaches recorded in 2019 alone, exposing more than 15 billion records.  The cost of such breaches is expected to top $5 trillion by 2024. This undesirable projection is one that experts warn that Africa, just like the rest of the world, must objectively look into and attempt to…