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Zimbabwe and Bitcoin: Why It’s So Popular

Zimbabwe and Bitcoin: Why It’s So Popular

Bitcoin, and cryptocurrency in general, are taking the world by storm. As society continues to demand more flexibility from their…

Top 5 Cryptocurrency Exchanges in Zimbabwe

Top 5 Cryptocurrency Exchanges in Zimbabwe

The shine and growth of cryptocurrency in Africa are driving the financial crypto market insane. Whoever trader understands cryptocurrency well…

How does live trading platforms work?

How does live trading platforms work?

In the recent period, several virtual currencies are evolving the advanced world with their ultimate features. Many people and many…

Zimbabwe Awaits Its Economy To Shift To Blockchain Technology.

Zimbabwe Awaits Its Economy To Shift To Blockchain Technology.

Zimbabwe is an underdeveloped country that is suffering from the last few years due to the destructive condition of its…

The Best iPhone Apps in January 2020

The Best iPhone Apps in January 2020

The Best iPhone Apps in January 2020 It is undeniable that the Apple iPhone ranks amongst the top smartphones globally…

Facebook service aimed at professionals to launch in coming months

Facebook service aimed at professionals to launch in coming months

Facebook at Work, Facebook Inc’s (FB.O) professional version of its social network, is expected to launch in the coming months, after spending a year in tests, a company executive said.

Dell admits security flaw was built in to computers

Dell admits security flaw was built in to computers

A security hole that could allow attackers to access users’ personal data was inadvertently placed on Dell computers, the company has admitted.

Facebook activates “Safety Check” for Nigeria blasts after criticism

Facebook activates “Safety Check” for Nigeria blasts after criticism

Facebook Inc activated its “Safety Check” feature after deadly blasts in Nigeria late on Tuesday following criticism from users that the social media network was being selective about deploying it.

Google Maps goes offline

Google Maps goes offline

Whether you have limited or low data or you’re stuck in a country road with spotty service, Google’s Maps will come to the rescue … offline.

New MTN boss hints at cut to $5.2 bln Nigeria fine

New MTN boss hints at cut to $5.2 bln Nigeria fine

The newly installed head of South Africa’s MTN has hinted that he would seek to reduce a $5.2 billion fine imposed on African’s biggest mobile telecoms company by the Nigerian authorities.

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