With over 500 ICT professionals, the AITEC Africa ICT Summit, which took place on 24th & 25th February 2016 at the Visa Oshwal Center, Nairobi, Kenya, was opened by ICT Cabinet Secretary, Joe Mucheru.
The event included professionals from the East African region and as far as Ghana who were here to showcase their products and services and give talks on tech trends and current innovations.
Below is a video review of the summit, courtesy of E-LABZ’s David Gitonga
Ongea Music Summit 2016
Music has always brought people together and starting from 28th-31st January 2016, East Africa’s finest came together at the Sarit Center to showcase their talent and share their experiences in the music industry.
The Ongea Music Summit not only included performances from well-known artists like Sauti Sol, Wyre, and Kidum, but also had less known bands and budding musicians.
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Worry no more. A new online shopping company is now operational in Kenya with an infrastructure that allows shoppers to even ship a single item without worrying about exorbitant shipping costs. Continue reading
By David Gitonga
Its not every so often that you come across a laptop built for gamers. Fortunately, I had just that opportunity recently to test out an ASUS gaming machine. The experience, of course, is a gamer’s dream as you might expect.
At first glance, the GL552J looks nothing like your average laptop. The dark, sleek figure will immediately tell you that this machine is built to be used for extended periods of time, and rightly so. Continue reading
Microsoft Director for Windows Business Division, West, East, Central Africa and Indian Ocean Islands, Rotimi Olumide
Giant technology firm Microsoft has officially unveiled Windows 10 operating system in Nairobi, Kenya on Wednesday.
Microsoft Director for Windows Business Division, West, East, Central Africa and Indian Ocean Islands, Rotimi Olumide said users can take advantage of the free upgrade offer, or purchase a new Windows 10 PC. Continue reading
The drama that has bedeviled Kenya’s Digital broadcasting journey is far from over.
Two free-to-air stations have ditched digital platform citing poor reach of the platform.
National broadcaster, KBC, and Mediamax’s channel K24 are now airing their programs in analogue format saying most Kenyans are yet to purchase set-top-boxes meaning digital TV reach is still limited. Continue reading