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Koforidua: Five weeks old baby abandoned; rescued by Police

BY KOJO ANSAH A FIVE-WEEK old baby has been rescued by the Police officers from the Koforidua Central Police Station after he was abandoned on the street by the unknown mother. The infant believed to have been abandoned around 10 pm at the Traffic light close to the Eastern Regional …

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BIMA wins 2019 GLOMO ‘Best Mobile Innovation for Health & Biotech’ award

BIMA, the leading provider of mobile-based insurance and health products, has won ‘Best Mobile Innovation for Health & Biotech’ award at the prestigious 2019 GSMA Global Mobile  (GLOMO) Awards. The awards recognise and celebrate the very best innovations that help evolve and develop the mobile industry. BIMA’s Mobile Health service, …

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Taxify now Bolt

TAXIFY, THE leading European on-demand transportation platform, is changing its name to Bolt and introducing a new logo. The update brings the brand identity in line with the company’s broader vision of transportation that has already expanded from ride-hailing, with cars and motorbikes, to scooter sharing. In a release, Mr …

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China fast tracking 5G network amidst Huawei row 

China is fast tracking 5G network in the country to use the next generation telecom technology amidst escalating row with the US over the detention of Chinese telecom giant Huawei’s Chief Financial Officer in Canada on charges of financial fraud. China has already launched the 5G service in Guangzhou airport, opened …

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Taxify To Launch In Accra

BY Erica Arthur/ ericaarthur3@gmail.com Online transport technology company, Taxify, is set to begin operations in Accra, Ghana on December 22nd, 2017. The Taxify app will allow customers to use their smartphones to request trips from the nearest Taxify driver, who will use GPS to locate the customer, then take the …

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‘1Billion Africa’ launches ‘Tech2Orphans ’

BY RAMSON ACQUAH-HAYFORD 1BILLION AFRICA, a civil society organisation whose aim is to challenge young people to act on the problems they see in their communities and turn them into projects, on Saturday  began the second phase of their ‘Tech2Orphans’ programme at Potter’s Village Palace, an orphanage  in Dodowa. The …

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Photos of vigil for Major Mahama

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Where next for solar-powered flight?

Jonathan Amos Science correspondent There was something mesmerising about watching Solar Impulse come in to land, particularly at night. Moving slowly but deliberately, its LEDs lighting the way – the plane did look very different to anything we would recognise at an airport. This Swiss project set out to achieve …

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Scenes of the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show sausage

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Facebook’s drones – made in Britain

In a warehouse in Somerset, the latest phase in Facebook’s bid for world domination has been taking shape. Or, to put it less dramatically, the social network’s plan to connect millions in developing countries is proceeding. It is called Project Aquila and involves building solar-powered aircraft which will fly for …

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