In 2015, according to The New York Times, an American news Company, the Secret Service, [the agency responsible for the security of the American President and White House] had been conducting late-night exercises in no-fly zones to develop more effective countermeasures against autonomous and remote-controlled drones.
Apple’s market capitalization briefly crossed the $800 billion threshold for the first time on Monday, marking another major milestone for the world’s most valuable company. Following a positive analyst report, Apple’s shares aapl rose over 3% in midday trading to a record high of $153.70. At one point, the company’s market value rose above $800…
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Unlike in the past, we’re so increasingly dependent on our gadgets that they don’t just live with us, they live on us. These items, if we lost, we mourn only briefly as we plan to replace them immediately. From delivering messages from friends, they tell us about the weather, organize our agenda, remind us every now and then, and even manage music.
It’s remarkable how the trend of this [modern] age has changed the mode of life to a near-utopia and it is because of technology – the influx of electronic gadgets for use in almost all aspects of our day to day life.
When cordless [mobile] phones first came to Uganda in the late 1990s, it was monumental and it indeed took a bit of time for the Africans here to come to terms with this idea that you could talk to someone miles away without a wire connecting one to the other.
We are well aware of the Flat Screen TV in our time; it is the new obligation holding heads of families under a vastness of stress. In fact, Ugandans celebrate a landmark achievement when finally secure one of those – and for good cause; it has a good look, sound, a good picture resolution… yada yada yada.
The question now is not how we will fit technology into our dealings – actually it is how we will fit our dealings into technology. As it is, for every second of the clock there’s a new invention Continue reading Umbrella Apps That Everyone Should Have In Their Phone
According to the grapevine, it is much likely that in 2017, we’re going to get phones from Samsung and Apple that are all screen, no bezel Continue reading 2017 Smartphones Could Be All-Screen & Completely Without A Bezel
While millions of Ugandans are running crazy over a first-generation Iphone, other people are seriously thinking of flying; and I don’t mean from an airport in a Boewing nor in a helicopter. The plan is to fly from one’s home to their workplace or wherever, in a car. Well, because they can. Continue reading The Era Of Flying Cars Has Arrived And It Is Flawless
The news of throwing in the towel comes as a great embarrassment on the part of Electronic giant, Samsung Continue reading Samsung Permanently Halts Production & Sales Of Its Galaxy Note 7 Smartphone – CNN
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When the battery on your phone, laptop or other gadget gets drained at the time when you need it the most, it can be a real let-down. It is worse when Continue reading Just Make Sure You Own A Solar Charger, Period!
You’re planning a long trip? Well, such a long trip, all the way from your hometown [or wherever] is a serious test for your car Continue reading How to Prepare Your Car For A Long Road Trip
When cordless/mobile phones first came around in the late 1990s, it was monumental and it indeed took a bit of time for the Africans that were to come to terms with this idea Continue reading Why The New Wireless Headphone Technology Is The Last Thing You Need To Live Long And Safe
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The hankering for Smartphones is no more an idle obsession, as it were; it has over time graduated into a basic need and there’s no way around it. The schooled youths and the corporate men and women have since discovered that it pays dividends to be fully equipped with what the newest technology has to offer. So, for whoever walks into a shop, it’s Continue reading Why The New Smartphones Stand Out
A few weeks ago, Public Relations Officer of the Uganda Police Force, Fred Enanga, while addressing the press at the police headquarters in Naguru, revealed to the nation that two IT experts had been arrested and were to be probed at the Criminal Investigations Directorate in Kibuli for allegedly using social media networks to incite the public through spreading messages of hate, sectarianism, and militarism. Continue reading Why Social Media Should Be Regulated
The Huawei P8’s Capacitive Touchscreen, Octa-core processor, 3GB RAM and high-quality camera proves it’s serious about going toe-to-toe with the big brands. The fact that it’s considerably cheaper makes it an even better alternative to one of the big-brand rivals.
Released in April 2015, the Huawei P8 is one of the Chinese firm’s real shots at making a mark in the premium market. Although Huawei lacks the big-hitting brand name that comes with a Samsung or an Apple handset, it hopes to entice users with the P8’s sleek design, iPhone-like aluminum body, along with some solid specifications. Continue reading Why Huawei’s Flagship Is A Very Ideal Phone For You Now
According to Forbes Magazine, he is the wealthiest individual in Uganda and the East African Community and he does admit to owning at least a quarter of the buildings in Kampala’s Central Business District. In November 2013, he was reported to be the 24th wealthiest individual in Africa. But as of February 2015, Forbes magazine reckons him a prestigious 1638th billionaire of the World’s richest men, with an estimated net worth of US$1.12 billion.
Forbes talks of Ruparelia as one of Uganda’s largest property owners through his Ruparelia Group which he chairs, being the majority shareholder in the companies of the group.
His status today is, in fact, worlds apart from the days when he lived in a refugee camp and made a living driving a taxicab on the streets of London.