Nsangi Secondary School recipient of Samsung Solar Powered Internet School

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Samsung Electronics has announced Nsangi Secondary School as the recipient of a Solar Powered Internet School (SPIS) that was on showcase at Innovation Africa Summit. After the Summit that ended yesterday, the SPIS will be transported to the grounds of the school to serve as a fountain of knowledge for the learners of Wakiso Abey Tau, Corporate Citizenship and Public Affairs Manager for Samsung Africa RHQ comments: “We wanted to make an impact beyond the event and leave a lasting legacy by giving the people of Uganda an educational solution that is going to serve the community long after we have left the country.”

Interview: Mike Rosenberg, founder of Aleutia Computers

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Aleutia Computers Ltd is a privately owned computer manufacturer based in London, United Kingdom. Their product range consists of low-power desktop and server computers. Their computers have been purchased by several African countries for their ICT in Education projects. Aletuia Computers is a Gold Partner at the 2015 Innovation Africa Summit taking place at Speke Resort Munyonyo 30th September till 2nd October. Joshua Twinamasiko had a chat with founder and Managing Director, Mike Rosenberg.

Over 40 countries represented at 5th Innovation Africa Summit

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Over 400 delegates from over 40 countries, speaking more than 4 languages are attending the  5thannual Innovation Africa summit that kicked off yesterday at the Speke Resort in Munyonyo, Kampala. The high level Education and Technology summit started with an official government breakfast organized for selected delegates and guests and an interactive technology discussion hosted by HP, Intel and Microsoft for ministers and officials.

Happy 17th birthday, Google

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My day started like many other days, with a Google search, and I was met with a retro-ish doodle, desktop computer from the past, balloons, party hat and all. I immediately knew we were going down memory lane today! And it turns out, its all about Google today as the internet giant marks 17 years.

A robot is lining up for 2 days for an iPhone 6S

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We’ve reported in the past about the madness that always surrounds Apple’s annual product refreshes. In 2012 a teenager sold his kidney so he could afford the iPhone and other gadgets, and this month two Chinese men were arrested before they could successfully sell their kidneys to an online agent to raise cash for the iPhone 6S.

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