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Huawei pumps $22-billion into R&D to beat US sanctions

China’s largest tech giant Huawei Technologies invested a significant US$22.1 billion into research and development with the aim of thwarting crippling US trade and investment…

Elon Musk strikes deal to buy Twitter for $44bn

Twitter said on Monday it has agreed to sell itself to Elon Musk in a roughly $44 billion deal that has the potential to expand…

Telcos looting our airtime as NCA looks on? Check If You Have Been Signed On To Any Unsolicited Paid Value-added Services

Everyone who uses a phone in Ghana should make it a normal practice to always check if they have been signed on to any unsolicited…

Huawei to license handset technology

Huawei’s handset division is reportedly negotiating with two domestic retailers to license its smartphone designs to bypass US sanctions. Bloomberg reported that state-owned China Postal and…

Ghana Card to enable Ghanaians board flights without visas – Bawumia

Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has announced that from the first quarter of 2022, the Ghana Card will be globally recognised as an e-passport. He has…

Scam Apps Alert: Android users must uninstall these 151 Apps immediately

A collection of 151 scam apps have been discovered and removed from the Google Play Store, but Android users would need to check they don’t…

MTN Ghana implements on-net/off-net parity in compliance with SMP directive

Selorm Adadevoh – CEO of MTN Ghana   MTN Ghana yesterday announced on-net/off-net parity measures on its network for Voice and SMS special plans, promotions…

Social media influencer slapped with a ¢100K fine and  asked to apologise daily for 30 days for defamatory posts

An Accra High Court has ordered a social media influencer to pay GH¢100,000 in damages for a series of defamatory posts he made on the…

Facebook is now called Meta

Facebook has renamed itself “Meta”. Company representatives say the move was done to emphasize its ‘metaverse’ vision. But the names of their social media platforms…

WhatsApp will stop working on these devices from November 1

WhatsApp will stop working on some Android and iOS devices from November 1. The Facebook-owned messaging app keeps updating its software requirements regularly and shares…

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