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Encryption is critical for business communication

    Imagine if all your business contracts were sent to customers written on postcards. Everyone who happened to see the postcard could see exactly what you were going to charge the customer, how many of your product the customer is going to order – and all of the information …

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Facebook rallies partners to unite for better Internet

FACEBOOK IS partnering with public sector agencies and Non-Governmental Organisations from across Africa, including two agencies from Ghana, to increase safety on the internet for African users. Facebook has launched a series of initiatives to help make the Internet a safer and better place for people across Africa, especially children …

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Skysat Technologies opens new branch in Kumasi

Managing Director of SKYSAT Technologies (Ghana) Limited, Mr. Izzat Debs

REV ENOCK AKONNOR MANAGEMENT OF SKYSAT Technologies (Ghana) Limited, dealers in print  machinery, have expanded their operations by officially opening a new branch at the commercial site of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in the Ashanti Region. The newly commissioned facility is currently the second branch in Ghana since …

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Accra goes high-tech with SkyFi Internet Service

Mr Kobina Richardson acting CEO of E-Connection addressing the gathering

MUNTALLA INUSAH | E-CONNECTA, in collaboration with the government, has launched SkyFi Internet Services to give Ghanaians access to faster internet experience in the country. The first Phase of the internet service covers areas such as Accra Technical University, Tema Lorry Station, Kotoka International Airport, Burma Camp, Korle-Bu, University of …

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Will Smith’s Suicide Squad explores nature of ‘evil’

By Emma Jones | Entertainment reporter Will Smith’s character of Deadshot (third from right) is the leader of the group of the ‘worst heroes ever’ “This is different from other superhero films,” says Will Smith, star of the forthcoming film adaptation of DC Comics’ Suicide Squad. “It’s not about good versus …

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New Gorilla Glass helps prevent phone smashes

glass technology

By Dave Lee, North America technology reporter Dropping your smartphone when taking a selfie could soon be less risky, says specialist glass maker Corning. It has launched its next generation of Gorilla Glass – the material used in more than 70% of smartphone screens, including on Samsung and Apple devices. …

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‘Vodafone 1-2-Free’ adds new twist to customer satisfaction

VODAFONE GHANA has introduced an innovative daily offer called “Vodafone 1 – 2 – Free” which gives prepaid customers free 60 minutes to call Vodafone numbers or five free minutes to call other networks, after every second call. This means that prepaid Vodafone customers who subscribe to this offer can …

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Moorfields, Google – and a problem with sharing

Rory Cellan-Jones Technology correspondent It is a fascinating experiment that brings together Google’s artificial intelligence division and one of the world’s leading centres for the treatment of eye conditions. But the research project that has seen Moorfields Hospital hand over retinal scans to DeepMind has already proved controversial – and, …

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Cat drone inventor works on flying cows

A Dutch inventor has started work on his next project – a cow drone. Bart Jansen is best known for turning his dead cat Orville into a drone. His next flying venture aims to see humans riding on their animals in the sky. “I never know what the next thing …

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Nexus 6 review

Don’t act so surprised, Your Highness. You weren’t on any mercy mission this time. Several transmissions were beamed to this ship by Rebel spies. I want to know what happened to the plans they sent you. In my experience, there is no such thing as luck. Partially, but it also …

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