Archive for the ‘ICT’ category
Adam Nelson’s company offers a local cloud service to African firms.
A self-proclaimed hustler, this Kenyan entrepreneur tells how he loves to solve problems with technology.
The Mubser prototype uses RGB imaging and infrared depth data to help blind people to imagine their surroundings.
Technology-driven agricultural services can increase the incomes of small-scale and subsistence farmers.
Kenyan entrepreneur Tonee Ndungu outlines factors to achieving success in business.
How we made it in Africa rounds up the 10 articles that were read the most this year.
Next year Nigeria is likely to be the largest economy in Africa when it is expected to change the base year for its GDP calculations.
Branding your business and yourself is a crucial move for entrepreneurs.
This business makes education accessible through online learning systems.
“Entrepreneurship depends on a culture that accepts failure, agile and skilled talent, and a resilient ecosystem.”
Tech hubs are springing up across Africa, and will gain much from collaborating with each other.
Smartphones and other internet-connected devices could soon start predicting our movements, interests and habits.
Advertisers have been slow to adapt to mobile technology.
At the age of 21, Gonjetso Chinyama is the founder of Pakwathu, a website that allows users to search for properties in Malawi.
Growing internet penetration in Africa has wide-ranging effects, contributing to economic and social development.